The AA has suggested motorists to keep away from travelling on Good Friday if doable, saying motorists could be higher off leaving immediately or early on Saturday morning.
Edmund King, AA president, mentioned: “All our polling suggests that Good Friday will be the busiest getaway day for Easter trips and staycations. If some drivers can leave on Thursday or early Saturday, they may miss some of the jams.”
The motoring organisation additionally estimated that, with greater gasoline costs, a 500-mile spherical journey will see drivers paying £20 extra on the pumps than they did final Easter.
Some 27.6 million automobile journeys are anticipated to happen over the Bank Holiday weekend, the motoring organisation has forecast.