How Far Will You Drive to Avoid Flying?

Six and a half hours!

That's how far the average person will drive to avoid flying. At least according to a new OnePoll survey of 2,000 Americans on behalf of Ford. That survey reports the average person will drive 6 ½ hours rather than getting on a plane to fly to their destination. It’s because we hate the flight delays, going through security and the cramped seating.

Plus, road trips are coming back in style as 63 percent of those surveyed say they actually look more forward to a trip when they’re driving.

The New York Post has the complete survey results, including the 15 items on American's travel bucket list.

Road tripping survey results
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