Americans Itching To Get Away, Have Plans To Travel Once Coronavirus Crisis Is Over (Video)

As a result of COVID-19, two-thirds of Americans plan to travel MORE over the summer, according to new research.

A survey of 2,000 American drivers found 65% have increased the number of trips they plan to take over the summer after being cooped up inside.

Respondents are ready for the open air — and the open road — but they might be leaving behind the person they spent quarantine with.

Commissioned by Pilot Flying J and conducted by OnePoll in advance of National Road Trip Day on the Friday before Memorial Day, the survey found 62% admitted they need a break from their loved one(s) after being quarantined together for weeks on end.

Of those with a trip planned for the summer, 66% had a trip canceled or postponed as a result of the pandemic — but they’re not letting it stop them.

Results found 44% used their time in quarantine to plan a trip, …