As Southern New England braces for record cold temps this week, Thanksgiving Day travelers certainly won’t want to be belted or hosed on their way to Granny’s for pumpkin pie. —an announcement from AAA Northeast, the regional affiliate of the American Automobile Association
AAA Northeast reminds holiday travelers that cars, like humans, need seasonal checkups to maintain safety, maximize efficiency and prevent unexpected repair costs, especially on a holiday road trip. Severe cold and wind are predicted for the holiday travel period this week. In fact, in the last century, according to the National Weather Service, Hartford’s lowest recorded temp on November 22 was 14 degrees in 1969. This Thanksgiving, the lowest temperature is projected to be about 11 degrees.