DOTHAN-- Motorists and out-of-state tourists will be swarming onto highways during Memorial Day and that means drivers should be extra cautious when on the roadways. Rear-end collisions caused primarily by distracted driving, speeding, and following other vehicles too closely are the most frequent type of crashes when driving through heavy traffic. And with heavy traffic anticipated, which could cause unexpected back-ups and slow downs, motorists should allow extra time to get to their destination, also, make sure to be patient when encountering traffic congestion, and, if possible, avoid driving during peak travel hours.
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