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18 Cheapest Places to Travel in 2023

Looking to go on vacation this year, but want to avoid spending too much money?

The site Kayak has compiled a list of the cheapest places to travel in 2023!

The site based the list on flight and hotel prices, as well as the most clicked destinations on the web, travel restrictions, and security concerns.

Without further ado, here are the cheapest places to travel this year:

Houston, Texas

Toronto, Canada,

Denver, Colorado

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

New York City, New York

Dallas, Texas

Orlando, Florida

Washington, D.C.

Portland, Oregon

Los Angeles, California

San Antonio, Texas

Las Vegas, Nevada

Mexico City, Mexico

Vancouver, Canada

Montreal, Canada

Cartagena, Colombia

San Juan, Puerto Rico

What are your travel plans for 2023? Are any of these destinations on your list? How do you save money while on vacation?

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Slow In The Left Lane Fines

South Carolina is considering larger fines for drivers who go too slow in the left lane. The 2021 instituted fine would increase from the current $25 to $100.

Should all states enact this kind of law and fine?
Have you ever tailgated someone who won’t move out of the left lane?
Is a fine too excessive?