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Hopefully you are already on the road by now. Millions of people will be hitting the roads and skies for the long holiday weekend.  Here is everything you need to know for weekend memorial day travel in North Carolina.

According to AAA there will be about 80,000 more people on the roads in North Carolina this year. And more than 1.2 million North Carolinians  will travel 50 miles or more now through Monday.

The experts say the easiest tip for travel is to go early.  Leave early if you are traveling by car and get to the airports earlier than normal because the airports will be crowded.  3 million people are expected to take to the skies.

Channel 9 has assembled some great tips on how to best travel over the Memorial day weekend.  You can get that information right here.

North Carolina Home to the #1 Scariest Drive in America

Well, we all know driving is pretty intense. Yes, there are tons of things that can make the road and driving dangerous but it is one of the scariest things to think about. During your drive, there are so many things that can cause a bit of distress along the way. From bumpy roads, heavy traffic, accidents, and so much more it can cause quite a scare.

Savoteur gathered a list of 15 of the scariest drives that one can take in America. Whether you want a thrill or want to avoid danger, then you may want to know more information on this list. Unfortunately, a road that runs in North Carolina is coming in at #1. This specific road begins in North Carolina, so it may be something that you want to keep an eye on. If you have been on this road before then you probably already know what we’re talking about. So, check out the top 5 below and see which North Carolina road is coming at #1 on this list. View the full list here to see all 15 that made the list.

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