First and foremost, I hope you have a great Memorial Day!
More than 35 million travelers take a road trip, and it’s the deadliest weekend to take a road trip.
With that being said, I have a tech-centric post related to Memorial Day travel here in the United States. If you look at the collected data provided by researchers and companies, we have the ability to look at the most dangerous driving hotspots during the three-day holiday weekend. For additional information, I offer this data:
“San Francisco had the highest % distraction on trips between 12am and 5am (29.29%)”
California is a rather neat state in the United States. To make it even more chaotic, the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California is an extremely unique part ot the state (and nation as a whole).
“As Memorial Day is the deadliest weekend to get behind the wheel, it is more important than ever to shed light on just how dangerous traveling to your weekend destination could be. Our mission at CMT is to make roads safer by making drivers better, and the data shown will hopefully help drivers be more mindful when driving this Memorial Day.”… Hari Balakrishnan, co-founder and chief technology officer at the Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMS), a mobile telematics and analytics company, in a press statement.