MACON, Ga. — Thanksgiving is over, but heavy traffic is still making it’s way through the middle Georgia counties.
According to AAA, Sunday between 4 and 8 is one of the busiest times for road travel.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is also known to be the busiest travel day for domestic airports.
Louis Perry fueled up his RV in Macon today… on his way back home to Mount Morris, Michigan.
He says he wishes traffic was better, and that drivers take their time on the road.
“Stop cutting traffic you see people cut in and out in and out and they pick up one second.. next thing you know you done passed ’em again. So stay in your lane, wait your turn, and just be safe,” he said.