Not sure if this technically classifies as a road trip... but hopefully someone can advise me... we're driving north on 95 from the Washington DC area to south of Providence RI on the Thursday night before Labor Day.
We'll wait for the worst of the local traffic to clear so it should be ok on that leg of the journey... I hope!
The crazy part will be coming back to Maryland - is it pure madness to attempt this on Monday? Would it be better if we leave RI (Galilee) on Monday evening around 7 or 8?
Is there any hope that the worst of the traffic on 95 will be cleared by the time we get into Conn and New York?
Will traffic be bad enough to make it worth sacrificing a day of our mini vacation and driving down on Sunday evening / night instead of the Monday?
I'm not familiar with the area so wouldn't risk alternative routes unless they were dead certs for saving time.
Thanks in advance!