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Best roads in London to avoid traffic?

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nickypeele
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I am planning on going into London with some friends for a shopping day. It has been a while since we have gone and we want to make a day of it. I just worry about the traffic eating up a lot of our time. What are the best roads to take in London to avoid heavy traffic? 

 
Posted : 18 June 2022 18:03
chriskeepz
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Traffic changes and is all over London day and night. It really depends on where you are going and when.

I always tell people to use traffic apps for this reason so you can plan ahead and avoid wasting time!

 
Posted : 21 June 2022 20:44
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MrShane
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Posted by: @chriskeepz

Traffic changes and is all over London day and night. It really depends on where you are going and when.

I always tell people to use traffic apps for this reason so you can plan ahead and avoid wasting time!

This is the same advice I would have suggested. I know some roads have less traffic earlier in the day but this can change so fast with events and different things taking place in London over the summer months. There is no way of being able to suggest roads in advance. 

 
Posted : 24 June 2022 18:29
nickypeele
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Oh right, that makes sense. 

Which driving app would you all recommend? I don't make much use of apps so I am never sure which would be best. I am open to recommendations. I prefer something free. 

 
Posted : 2 July 2022 21:57




chriskeepz
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Posted by: @nickypeele

Oh right, that makes sense. 

Which driving app would you all recommend? I don't make much use of apps so I am never sure which would be best. I am open to recommendations. I prefer something free. 

Google Maps works just fine for most people. It is free as well. If you don't want to use Google (which is understandable as they seem to track everything!) then Waze is another great option. Here WeGo is one that I liked but since a recent update, it is just not reliable. 

 
Posted : 7 July 2022 19:45




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