You might want to check out Traffic.com, which offers free traffic updates anywhere in the U.S. Find out about your drive time, get directions, and guidance on avoiding traffic jams, collisions, and road construction. You can also read about upcoming events in the area such as concerts, festivals, and sports. Having up-to-the-moment traffic info is essential in this business, and these days Internet access can come through office computers, laptops, cell phones, and PDAs. (And a second web source will be offered later today in LimoLicious on another important topic for daily driving.)
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