While Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time where people get together and celebrate their good fortune (i.e. give thanks), the roads used to travel to destinations could be fraught with short tempers and rage. After all, the Thanksgiving holiday week is expected to be the busiest travel time of the year, with an estimated 46 million people taking to the road across the country this week, according to an ABC News report.
An expected storm is poised to make travel difficult between Wednesday evening (the biggest travel day) and Friday afternoon. This may slow travel down to a crawl, and raise tensions at the same time. The potential for road rage is real, and substantial danger can arise.