This Holiday Weekend, AAA Anticipates Saving a Large Number of Oregon Drivers

Oregon Drivers: This Thanksgiving weekend in Oregon, AAA plans to come to the aid of 8,000 motorists and their families who have run into problems on the state’s roads.

The problem isn’t limited to vehicles that lose control on slippery, icy, or snowy roads and need to be towed out of ditches or snowbanks when they do so. The issue for some people is likely that they do not perform the necessary maintenance on their vehicles.

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AAA Anticipates Saving a Large Number of Oregon Drivers

“Over the course of the holiday weekend, AAA anticipates rescuing approximately 411,000 Americans, which should include approximately 8,000 Oregonians. According to Marie Dodds of AAA this week, the most common problems were issues with the battery, flat tires, and lockouts.

AAA Anticipates Saving a Large Number of Oregon Drivers
AAA Anticipates Saving a Large Number of Oregon Drivers

According to AAA, it is crucial to ensure that you have adequate supplies for an extended stay in your car in the event that you become stranded. Just in case. According to the Bend Police Department, before you leave, you should ensure that your gas tank is full, pack additional supplies of water, food, blankets, warm clothing, an ice scraper, and emergency equipment such as flares and jumper cables. Make sure you have tyres with good traction and carry chains that you are familiar with installing.

A significant number of those drivers will be leaving Bend in the direction of their homes. The American Automobile Association (AAA) informed us this week that Central Oregon is one of the best places to spend Thanksgiving in the Pacific Northwest region.

When we consider different destinations to visit in Oregon, Bend is consistently at the top of our list. People tell us at AAA that one of the reasons they enjoy Bend so much is that there is so much to do there, particularly when it comes to activities that take place outside. Additionally, it is a resort that is highly welcoming to families, as stated by Dodds.

This Thanksgiving weekend, around 777 thousand people will be moving around the state of Oregon.

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