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Are so many more people taking road trips?

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It seems like the U.S. forum had been busiest lately with new posters (a good thing!) many who post for the first time about very ambitious sounding road trips (coast to coast, NY to Florida, winter trips through the midwest). We've seen 20-somethings, families with teenagers, other variations

I really can't figure out if many are fake requests, designed to keep people busy . If they are fake, well at least the tone stays civilized

Are people suddenly being directed to Fodors for road trip advice? From where?

Are so many more people taking road trips instead of other types of vacations? It seems like we're seeing lots of people who have enough vacation time for 2 week to month long trips which so I don't think this is necessarily about money saving.

Your thoughts?

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