Labor Day travel expected highest since 2008 financial crisis
Experts are estimating more travelers than ever will be hitting the road this Labor Day.
AAA officials said they are expecting more than 34 million people will take a trip of at least 50 miles.
According to AAA, that is a 4.2 percent increase from 2012.
If these estimates are correct, more people will travel in the U.S. this year than any Labor Day Break since the 2008 financial crisis.
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