Drive Time Calculator

How to use drive time calculator, estimated time of arrival, travel time to home, meet the creator of the drive time calculator.

The drive time calculator – also known as the travel time calculator, is our innovative tool created exclusively for drivers. It helps you find out the estimated time of arrival (ETA) at your car trip destination and determine the fuel costs of the journey.

So, if you are planning a vacation trip with friends in a seaside resort or would like to estimate the travel time to home by car, check out our drive time calculator!

Our drive time calculator covers every aspect of your trip: it calculates the total time needed to complete your journey, predicts your arrival time at the destination, and determines the overall cost of the drive, including the cost per person.

To accurately determine your arrival time and the total driving duration, follow these steps:

Before entering any values, choose your preferred units of measurement , where applicable. For instance, you can opt for imperial or metric units when specifying distances. This selection will determine how the calculator interprets your inputs.

Enter the total distance of your trip.

Specify your average driving speed during the trip.

Enter the total duration of breaks you plan to take during the journey.

Specify the departure time , day, month, and year.

Upon entering these details, the tool will calculate the total driving duration and exact arrival time based on your input.

If you're interested in determining the costs associated with your trip , use the second section of the calculator and follow these steps:

Specify your car's fuel consumption rate .

Indicate current fuel price .

Input the number of passengers traveling with you.

The calculator will subsequently determine the total drive cost and the cost per person based on the provided information.

For example , consider a scenario where you must drive 140 km (87 mi) at an average speed of 80 km/h (50 mph). You plan to take a 30-minute break, and your departure time is January 22, 2024, at 7:00 pm. In this case, the calculator would compute a total drive time of 2 hours and 15 minutes, estimating your arrival at the destination on January 22, 2024, at 9:15 pm.

Moreover, if your fuel consumption rate is 8 liters per 100 kilometers (62 miles) and the fuel price is $0.90 per liter, the total cost of your journey would be $10.08. If you're traveling with a companion, you could split the cost, resulting in $5.04 per person.

🙋‍♂️ If you need to be at a specific destination by a particular time and are wondering when to depart, our calculator has you covered — it works in reverse, too! Here's how to use it:

Input when you intend to arrive at your destination in the variable arrival time .

Enter the total distance you need to cover.

Specify the average driving speed you plan to maintain.

If you plan to take breaks during the journey, enter the total duration.

The calculator will determine the optimal departure time , ensuring you reach your destination as planned!

Have more questions about the estimated time of arrival? Keep reading.

Estimated time of arrival (ETA) is the time when a vehicle, ship, aircraft, or cargo is expected to arrive at a particular place.

For example, a particular cruise bus may have an ETA calculated based on the expected average speed on a particular road. The travel distance is simply divided by the speed to roughly estimate the arrival time. This method does not consider any unexpected events (such as car accidents on the road or bad weather conditions) that may occur on the way to the driver's destination.

Visit our speed calculator to learn more about how to calculate speed.

Let's assume we are driving home with friends from a winter vacation in the mountains.

The distance to our home city is 850 km .

We are driving with an average speed of 110 km/h .

We will make three short 15-minute breaks and 1-hour long dinner break, which gives:

Total time of breaks = 3 × 15 min + 1h = 1h 45min

We will start the trip on the 21 February 2018 at 10:00 am.

Now, the most interesting question – when will we be at home? Let's calculate the total drive time:

Total drive time = (distance/average drive speed) + total breaks time = 9h 28min

Arrival time: 21 February 2018 at 07:28 pm

Now, we want to know how much this journey will cost us. With our drive time calculator, the answer to this question is very simple!

  • Let's assume that our SUV car takes 9.5 liters of fuel per 100 km.
  • The gasoline price is €1.22 per liter.
  • We are traveling as a group of 4 friends -> Number of passengers = 4

The answer to the question is below:

Total drive cost = (distance/100) × car fuel consumption × fuel price = €98.52

Drive cost per person = total drive cost/number of passengers = €24.63

Super! Now, we know all we need – the exact travel time to home with an estimated arrival time and how much each passenger needs to pay for that journey. Let's start the engine! 🙂

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Check out the gas calculator , too, if you need to estimate the fuel cost for a drive.

I'm Filip, the mastermind behind the drive time calculator, and I'm a biomedical and electrical engineering graduate from AGH University of Krakow.

My motivation to develop this tool emerged during a road trip, where the challenges of planning a long journey, including costs and time uncertainties, became evident. In response, I envisioned a solution — a tool that calculates travel duration and considers essential factors like fuel costs. The outcome is a user-friendly tool designed to simplify journey planning , whether for extended trips or daily commutes.

Why trust this tool? We put extra care into the quality of our content so that they are as accurate and reliable as possible. Each tool is peer-reviewed by a trained expert and then proofread by a native speaker. If you'd like to learn more about our standards, please check the Editorial Policies page .

How do I calculate the average speed for my trip?

To calculate your average speed for your trip, you must note the trip distance and drive time or travel time and follow these steps:

  • Subtract the total time used for breaks from the drive time.
  • Divide the trip distance by the difference obtained in step 1.
  • The value calculated is the average speed for the trip.
  • Verify your result with our drive time calculator.

How fast can I reach Boston from New York driving at 60 mph?

It'll take 3 hrs 35 mins without any breaks. Allowing for a 15 min break, it'll take you 3 hrs 50 min. Here's how you can calculate this answer:

If you take the I-90 W, Boston is 215 miles from New York.

Divide this distance by the average speed to get drive time without breaks:

215/60 = 3.5833 = 3 hrs 35 min .

Add a 15 min break to drive time for a convenient and safe drive to get a total drive time of 3 hrs 50 mins .

Verify with our drive time calculator.

How do I calculate mileage of my vehicle?

To calculate the mileage of your vehicle, follow these steps:

  • When refueling, note the initial odometer reading and the amount of fuel you're filling.
  • When you stop for fuel again, note the final odometer reading .
  • Subtract the initial odometer reading from the final reading and divide the difference by the amount of fuel used.

How far can you drive in one day?

Assuming you drive for 8 hours in a day at 60 mph, with 15 min breaks every 2 hours and an hour-long lunch break in between, you can drive 390 miles . To calculate this answer, follow these steps:

Calculate total break time :

15 min + 60 min + 15 min = 1 hr 30 min .

Subtract this from 8 hours to get 8 - 1:30 = 6 hr 30 min .

Multiply this time with 60 mph average speed to get the distance traveled:

60 × 6.5 = 390 miles .

Verify this result with our drive time calculator.

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Drive Time Calculator to Calculate Driving Times, Trip Distances, ETAs, and More!

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This free online Driving Times Calculator will calculate the number of hours and minutes it will take you to arrive at your destination based on the number of miles or kilometers you plan to drive, combined with the average speed (MPH or KMH) you expect to drive and the number and lengths of stops you expect to make.

The calculator also includes an optional Driving Distance Calculator that will calculate the distance between two cities, addresses, or points, plus map your route and give you turn-by-turn directions.

And finally, this car and truck driving time calculator will estimate your fuel costs, tell you what date and time you will arrive at your destination -- including any time zone variations, plus show you what effect driving faster or slower will have on your arrival time.

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Drive Time Calculator

Calculate distance, driving times, ETA, and trip fuel-costs based on average speed and optional stops and time zones.

Selected Data Record:

A Data Record is a set of calculator entries that are stored in your web browser's Local Storage. If a Data Record is currently selected in the "Data" tab, this line will list the name you gave to that data record. If no data record is selected, or you have no entries stored for this calculator, the line will display "None".

Destination address:

Enter the address of the destination location.

After clicking the Get Distance button the address will be added to the dropdown menu and to your web browser's memory (if you browser supports Local Storage) for later use.

Note that the address you enter will be replaced by the address returned by Google Maps.

To clear a previously entered address, select it from the menu and click the Delete (X) button.

To clear all previously entered addresses, tap the Del Delete Delete All Delete All Addresses button in the button row.

Distance Calculator Button Row:

After entering the starting and destination addresses, click the Get Distance button (you may need to click a second time if map fails to appear). Once the map has appeared you can select Show Map, Show Directions, Show Both, or Show Neither.

Note that you can drag the address markers to new locations, at which time the distance, map, and directions should update automatically.

To clear all saved addresses, click the Del Delete Delete All Delete All Addresses button.

Map driving distance:

This is the driving distance according to Google Maps. For your convenience it will be added to the distance field in the Drive Time Calculator.

Map's estimated drive time:

This is the estimated drive time according to Google Maps. You can use this to compare with the results generated by the Drive Time Calculator.

Map's average speed:

This is the estimated average speed according to Google Maps. You can use this to compare with your own estimate.

Trip distance:

If you used the optional Driving Distance Calculator, and it worked correctly, this field should already be filled in. If not, enter the number of units (miles or kilometers) you plan on driving.

Average speed (MPH or KPH):

Select the average speed you plan to drive in miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour (KPH).

Or, if you want to estimate travel times for speeds greater than 200 (jet, future commuter rail, Amtrak, high speed trains, etc.), enter the higher speed in the other field on this line.

Or, if one or more segements of your trip have significantly different speed limits, be sure you have entered the Trip distance in the previous row, and then tap the grid icon next to the selection menu to open the Average Speed Calculator . There you can enter up to 6 different distances, each with their own separate speed limits.

Change the distance and speed starting with the first row and working from top row to bottom row. After changing and tabbing out of one distance row, the next row will be filled-in with the total distance remaining to be allocated to a speed limit.

Once you are done allocating distances to speeds, tap the Close button at the bottom to close this mini-calculator. This will automatically set the average speed selection menu to the calculated average speed.

Departure date and time:

If you want to have the drive time calculator calculate your estimated date and time of arrival, select your departure date and time.

Optional Entries & Settings:

Click the plus (+) button to expand the optional settings. These include stop times, time zone, fuel cost, and speed comparison settings.

If you would like to adjust the drive time based on any expected stops, you can:

  • Enter the total number of minutes in the far right-hand field.
  • Select the number of stops and the average hours and minutes for each.
  • Tap the Stops button in this row to open a custom stops form where you can customize each individual stop time (hour and minutes).

Note that changing the average hours and minutes will reset the custom stop fields to the average hours and minutes.

Compare average speed:

The results will include a chart comparing the driving and arrival times at speeds above and below the average speed you entered. Change the select menus in this row if you wish to customize the chart.

Destination time zone (DTZ):

If your trip will cover more than one time zone, select the number of hours the destination time zone is ahead or behind the time zone of the starting location.

Fuel cost factors:

If you would like the calculator to estimate your fuel cost for the trip, enter your vehicle's fuel usage rating and the cost per unit of fuel. Both fields must be filled in for the fuel cost to calculate.

MPG: Miles Per Gallon.

KPL: Kilometers Per Liter.

Drive time:

Based on your entries, this is the estimated number of hours and minutes it will take you to reach your destination.

Arrival date and time:

Based on your entries, this the estimated date and time you will arrive at your destination. If you indicated your destination is in a different time zone, this field will include the Destination Time Zone (DTZ) date and time in parenthesis.

Trip fuel cost:

If you completed the fuel related fields optional entry section of the calculator, this line will show the estimated cost of fuel for the trip.

If you would like to save the current entries and results to the device you are using, tap or click on the Data tab and then tap or click on the Save button. If you upgrade your Basic, Local Storage subscription to the Cloud Storage acess level, you can save multiple sets of entries for this calculator to the secure online database, which makes them accessable from any device.

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Once you have used the travel time calculator on this page to get the hours and minutes of your journey, use the following calculator to estimate what time you will have to leave by to get to your destination by a specified time and date.

Note that for every hour you expect to encounter metropolitan rush hour traffic (6am to 10pm or 4pm to 8pm), you may want to add at least 1 hour to your drive time.

Actual Drive Time Calculator

Use the following calculator to total up your actual driving hours for your trip. You can enter start and stop times using am and pm or using military time (leave am/pm blank), or you can enter just the hours and minutes for each segment between stops.

If you have any suggestions for other bonus calculators for this page, please let me know using the expandable feedback form beneath the Drive Time Calculator.

Adjust Calculator Width:

Move the slider to left and right to adjust the calculator width. Note that the Help and Tools panel will be hidden when the calculator is too wide to fit both on the screen. Moving the slider to the left will bring the instructions and tools panel back into view.

Also note that some calculators will reformat to accommodate the screen size as you make the calculator wider or narrower. If the calculator is narrow, columns of entry rows will be converted to a vertical entry form, whereas a wider calculator will display columns of entry rows, and the entry fields will be smaller in size ... since they will not need to be "thumb friendly".

Show/Hide Popup Keypads:

Select Show or Hide to show or hide the popup keypad icons located next to numeric entry fields. These are generally only needed for mobile devices that don't have decimal points in their numeric keypads. So if you are on a desktop, you may find the calculator to be more user-friendly and less cluttered without them.

Stick/Unstick Tools:

Select Stick or Unstick to stick or unstick the help and tools panel. Selecting "Stick" will keep the panel in view while scrolling the calculator vertically. If you find that annoying, select "Unstick" to keep the panel in a stationary position.

If the tools panel becomes "Unstuck" on its own, try clicking "Unstick" and then "Stick" to re-stick the panel.

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Speed, Distance & Time Calculator

Use this speed calculator to easily calculate the average speed, distance travelled and the trip duration of a vehicle: car, bus, train, bike, motorcycle, plane etc. Works with miles, feet, kilometers, meters, etc..

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    Speed, Distance & Time Calculation

In order to use the above speed, distance & time calculator, or do such math on your own, you will need to know two out of three metrics: speed, distance, time. You will need to convert the metrics to the same time and distance units, e.g. miles, kilometers, meters, yards, feet, and hours, minutes or seconds. For example, if you have speed in mph (miles per hour), time should also be in hours. If you have distance in kilometers, then speed should also be in km/h (kilometers per hour).

The unit of the result will depend on the units you input, but our speed calculator will conveniently display additional units where appropriate.

    Average Speed formula

The formula for average speed, also called average velocity in physics and engineering, is:

where v is the velocity, d is the distance, and t is the time, so you can read it as Speed = Distance / Time . As noted above, make sure you convert the units appropriately first, or use our speed calculator which does that automatically. The resulting unit will depend on the units for both time and distance, so if your input was in miles and hours, the speed will be in mph. If it was in meters and seconds, it will be in m/s (meters per second).

Example: If you took a plane from New York to Los Angeles and the flight was 5 hours of air time, what was the speed of the plane, given that the flight path was 2450 miles? The answer is 2450 / 5 = 490 mph (miles per hour) average speed. If you want the result in km/h, you can convert from miles to km to get 788.58 km/h.

    Distance formula

The formula for distance, if you know time (duration) and the average speed, is:

Example: If a truck travelled at an average speed of 80 km per hour for 4 hours, how many miles did it cover in that time? To find the miles covered, first, calculate 80 * 4 = 320 km, then convert km to miles by dividing by 1.6093 or by using our km to miles converter to get the answer: 198.84 miles.

    Duration (Time) formula

The time, or more precisely, the duration of the trip, can be calculated knowing the distance and the average speed using the formula:

where d is the distance travelled, v is the speed (velocity) and t is the time, so you can read it as Time = Distance / Speed . Make sure you convert the units so both their distance and time components match, or use our trip duration calculator above which will handle conversions automatically. For example, if you have distance in miles and speed in km/h, you will need to convert speed to mph or distance to kilometers. The time unit of the result will match the time unit of the speed measure, so if it is measured in something per hour, the result will be in hours. If it is measured in some unit per second, the result will be in seconds.

Example: If a train can travel 500 miles with an average speed of 50 miles per hour, how long it would take it to complete a 500-mile route? To find the answer, use the formula and substitute the values, resulting in 500 / 50 = 10 hours.

    How to calculate the average speed of a car?

Say you travelled a certain distance with a car or another vehicle and you want to calculate what its average speed was. The easiest way to do that would be by using the calculator above, but if you prefer, you can also do the math yourself. Either way, you need to know the distance to a satisfactory approximation, for which you can use a map (e.g. Google Maps) to measure the distance from point to point. Make sure you measure closely to the path you took, and not via a straight line, unless you travelled by air in which case that would be a good approximation. Of course, having a GPS reading of the distance would be more precise. Then you need to know the travel time. Make sure you subtract any rests or stops you made from the total trip duration.

If the total distance travelled was 500 miles and the time it took you was 5 hours, then your average speed was 500 / 5 = 100 miles per hour (mph). If the distance was 300 kilometers and it took you 5 hours to cover it, your speed was 300 / 5 = 60 km/h (kilometers per hour).

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If you'd like to cite this online calculator resource and information as provided on the page, you can use the following citation: Georgiev G.Z., "Speed Distance Time Calculator" , [online] Available at: https://www.gigacalculator.com/calculators/speed-calculator.php URL [Accessed Date: 06 Jun, 2024].

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Speed Distance Time Calculator

Please enter the speed and distance values to calculate the travel time in hours, minutes and seconds.

About Speed Distance Time Calculator

This online calculator tool can be a great help for calculating time basing on such physical concepts as speed and distance. Therefore, in order to calculate the time, both distance and speed parameters must be entered. For the speed , you need to enter its value and select speed unit by using the scroll down menu in the calculator. For distance , you should enter its value and also select the proper length measurement unit from the scroll down menu. You'll receive the result in standard time format (HH:MM:SS).

Time Speed Distance Formula

Distance is equal to speed × time. Time is equal Distance/Speed.

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Recent comments.

One of the best tools I've found for the calculations.

Going 65mph for 30 seconds how far would you get? None of these formulas work without distance. How would I find the distance from time and speed?

if i travel 0.01 inches per second and I need to travel 999999999 kilometers, it takes 556722071 Days and 20:24:34 WHAT

4. How long does it take to do 100m at 3kph ? No I thought you would just divide 100 ÷ 3 = which 33.33333 so 33 seconds or so I thought. But apparently it 2 mins.

This was the best tool ive ever used that was on point from speed to distance and time Calculator

This was somewhat unhelpful as I know the time and distance, but not the speed. Would be helpful if this calculator also could solve the other two as well.

If a total distance of 2 miles is driven, with the first mile being driven at a speed of 15mph, and the second mile driven at a speed of 45 mph: What is the average speed of the full 2 mile trip?

hi sorry im newly introduced to this and i dont understand how to use it but in need to find the distance if i was travelling in the average speed of 15km/hr in 4 hours how far would i travel

D= 697 km T= 8 hours and 12 minutes S= ?

if a train is going 130 miles in 50 minutes, how fast is it going in miles per hour ??

whats the speed if you travel 2000 miles in 20hours?

How long would it take me to drive to Mars at 100 miles per hour and how much gas would I use in a 2000 Ford Mustang000000/ Also, how much CO2 would I release into the air?

great tool helped me alot

A car can go from rest to 45 km/hr in 5 seconds. What is its acceleration?

Guys how much time will a cyclist take to cover 132 METRES With a speed of 8 km/ph

@Mike Depends on how fast that actually is. For every 10 mph above 60, but below 120, you save 5 seconds a mile. But between the 30-60 area, every ten saves 10 seconds a mile (if I am remembering correctly), and every 10 between 15-30 is 20 seconds. Realistically, it isn't likely isn't worth it, unless it is a relatively straight drive with no stops, in which case you will likely go up a gear for the drive and thus improve gas efficiency for the trip. Only really saves time if it is over long trips 300+ miles (in which case, assuming you were on the interstate) that 5 seconds a mile would save you 25 minutes from the drive, making it go from 4h35m to 4h10m. For me, I have family across the U.S., so family visits are usually 900-1400 miles. Even only driving 5 above usually saves me 90-150 minutes or so (since I often have stretches where I drive on US highways which have 55 mph speed limits)

I would like to know if driving fast is worth it for short trips. If I drive 10 MPH over the speed limit for 10 miles, how much time do i save ? Is there an equation for that ?

it helps me in lot of stuff

awesome, helped me notice how long my taiga (electric seedoo) is going to last.

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Drive Time To Distance Calculator

Introduction.

The Drive Time To Distance Calculator is a practical tool that helps individuals and businesses plan their trips and schedules more effectively. By simply inputting the distance to your destination and the average driving speed, this calculator offers you a realistic estimate of the time it will take to get there. Whether you’re a traveler, a logistics manager, or someone planning a daily commute, this tool can be a game-changer in time management.

The formula for calculating drive time based on distance and speed is straightforward:

Drive Time (in hours) = Distance (in miles or kilometers) / Speed (in miles per hour or kilometers per hour)

Here’s a breakdown of the components:

  • Distance: This refers to the total distance you need to travel to reach your destination, typically measured in miles or kilometers.
  • Speed: The average driving speed at which you intend to travel. It’s essential to use consistent units, either miles per hour or kilometers per hour, to ensure accuracy.

How to Use?

Using the Drive Time To Distance Calculator is a breeze:

  • Input Data: Start by entering the distance you need to cover and the average driving speed you intend to maintain.
  • Choose Units: Be sure to use consistent units for distance and speed (e.g., miles and miles per hour or kilometers and kilometers per hour).
  • Calculate: Click the “Calculate” button, and the tool will instantly provide you with the estimated drive time.
  • Plan Accordingly: With the drive time in hand, you can now plan your journey, schedule, or logistics operations with confidence.

Let’s walk through a practical example:

Suppose you need to travel a distance of 300 miles at an average speed of 60 miles per hour. Using the formula:

Drive Time = 300 miles / 60 miles per hour = 5 hours

In this case, the Drive Time To Distance Calculator will inform you that it will take approximately 5 hours to reach your destination.

1. Can this calculator account for traffic or road conditions? No, this calculator provides a basic estimation of drive time based on distance and average speed. It does not consider factors like traffic, road conditions, or stops during the journey.

2. Can I use this calculator for international distances (in kilometers)? Yes, you can use this calculator with distances and speeds measured in kilometers, as long as the units are consistent.

3. How accurate is this calculator in real-world situations? The accuracy of this calculator depends on the accuracy of the data provided and the assumption of a constant driving speed. In real-world scenarios, variations in speed and conditions may affect the actual travel time.

Conclusion:

The Drive Time To Distance Calculator is a valuable tool for anyone looking to estimate the time it takes to reach their destination based on distance and speed. While it provides a simplified estimate, it’s a practical starting point for planning trips, schedules, or logistics. Keep in mind that real-world factors such as traffic and road conditions may influence the actual travel time. Nonetheless, this calculator can significantly aid in better time management and efficient planning, making it an essential tool for those on the go.

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AAA forecasts nearly 44M travelers for Memorial Day weekend: See best times to travel

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Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, which means people will be flooding highways and airports this weekend looking to get away for some rest and relaxation.

The American Automobile Association is projecting nearly 44 million travelers will head 50 miles or more from home over the Memorial Day holiday travel period, which is defined by the organization as the five-day period from Thursday, May 23 to Monday, May 27.

"We haven't seen Memorial Day weekend travel numbers like these in almost 20 years," said Paula Twidale, senior vice president of AAA Travel, in a news release. "We're projecting an additional one million travelers this holiday weekend compared to 2019, which not only means we're exceeding pre-pandemic levels but also signals a very busy summer travel season ahead."

The organization projects over 38 million people will travel by car over Memorial Day weekend, over 3.5 million will travel by air and nearly 2 million will travel by other modes of transportation, including buses, cruises and trains.

The 38 million drivers is the highest number for Memorial Day since AAA began tracking data in 2000 and is up 4% compared to last year. The 3.5 million air travelers is an increase of nearly 5% over last year and, according to AAA, this will be the most crowded Memorial Day weekend at airports since 2005.

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When is Memorial Day?: Here's when the holiday falls and what to know about its history.

Best, worst times to travel for Memorial Day weekend

Drivers leaving Thursday or Friday should hit the road early to avoid mixing with commuters, AAA said, citing data from transportation data and insights provider INRIX. Drivers going back home Sunday or Monday should avoid the afternoon hours when return trips will peak.

“Travel times are expected to be up to 90% longer than normal. Travelers should stay up to date on traffic apps, 511 services, and local news stations to avoid sitting in traffic longer than necessary,” said Bob Pishue, transportation analyst at INRIX, in the news release.

Here's a breakdown of the best and worst times to travel by car depending on which day you are traveling:

Thursday, May 23

  • Best travel time: Before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m.
  • Worst travel time: Between noon and 6 p.m.

Friday, May 24

  • Best travel time: Before 11 a.m. and after 8 p.m.
  • Worst travel time: Between noon and 7 p.m.

Saturday, May 25

  • Best travel time: Before 1 p.m. and after 6 p.m.
  • Worst travel time: Between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Sunday, May 26

  • Best travel time: Before 1 p.m.
  • Worst travel time: Between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Monday, May 27

  • Best travel time: After 7 p.m.

Gas prices continue to decrease heading into Memorial Day weekend

According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of gasoline has fallen four cents since last week, to $3.60. The primary reasons are weak domestic demand and oil costs below $80 a barrel, according to the organization.

“Barring some unforeseen event, this pokey drop in pump prices is not likely to change anytime soon,” said Andrew Gross, AAA spokesperson, in a news release. “There are seven states with county gas averages at less than $3 a gallon. This trend will likely accelerate as more gas outlets east of the Rockies drop their prices.”

This Memorial Day weekend, drivers can expect similar gas prices as last year when the national average was about $3.57.

"Pump prices rose this spring but have held somewhat steady in recent weeks," AAA said in the news release, while also noting that prices may creep higher as the summer driving season gets underway.

The wildcard remains the cost of oil, according to the organization, and unlike last year, there are now two wars – in the Middle East and Ukraine – that could roil the oil market.

Gabe Hauari is a national trending news reporter at USA TODAY. You can follow him on X  @GabeHauari  or email him at [email protected].

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For a lot of people, buying car insurance is like buying sliced bread. It’s not the most exciting purchase, and the options all seem similar. So thrifty shoppers might simply reach for the cheapest thing on the shelf. But like cheap bread, cheap car insurance may leave you wishing you spent a little more on quality.

“The cheapest is not always the best,” warns Jessica McNally, an agency owner with Goosehead Insurance in Dallas. That’s because there are lots of factors that make up a car insurance company. And while price is one of them, it’s best to look at the bigger picture.

Here’s what to look for when picking the best car insurance company.

1. Choose a financially stable company

The best car insurance companies have plenty of money on hand to pay for customers’ claims. It’s important to check an insurer’s financial stability before buying a policy, especially if it’s a smaller insurer you’ve never heard of.

There are several independent agencies that evaluate the financial strength of insurance companies. One example is A.M. Best. You can use its online search tool to find an insurer’s financial strength rating. Companies with a rating of A or higher are considered to have an excellent ability to pay out customer claims.

2. Check customer satisfaction ratings and reviews

Not every insurer is customer-first. That’s why it’s important to research the customer satisfaction of insurers you’re considering.

You can turn to surveys from companies like J.D. Power to find insurers with the best customer satisfaction scores [0] J.D. Power . Auto Insurance Customer Satisfaction Plummets as Rates Continue to Surge, J.D. Power Finds . Accessed May 21, 2024. View all sources . Or, if you don’t mind doing a little detective work, you can compare customer complaints against insurers by using the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ website . But take other people’s emotionally charged comments about companies or agents you might read online with a grain of salt, McNally advises.

3. Look for convenience

A great auto insurer should offer multiple ways to manage a policy. For example, some insurers allow customers to use a mobile app to file and track claims. But it’s hard to tell how simple it’ll be to file a claim or perform other essential tasks, like paying your premium, before becoming a customer.

Some telltale signs that an insurer will be easy to work with are high mobile app ratings, flexible customer service hours and an easy-to-use website with helpful content. Consider asking a company representative to walk you through the claims process to learn what you’ll need to do if you have to file a claim. And pay attention to how the company communicates with you. "If they don't properly communicate, well, that's a warning sign," says Michael DeLong, a research and advocacy associate for the nonprofit Consumer Federation of America.

4. Pick an affordable company

Car insurance premiums are stretching to record-breaking heights [0] U.S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS . Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) . Accessed May 21, 2024. View all sources , and almost half of U.S. consumers shopped for a new car insurance policy in the past year, according to an April 2024 report by J.D. Power [0] J.D. Power . Half of Auto Insurance Customers Currently Shopping for New Policies, J.D. Power Finds . Accessed May 21, 2024. View all sources . The best car insurance companies offer competitive rates and a variety of potential discounts.

It’s not hard to get car insurance quotes online from many companies. Make sure you compare the same coverage options throughout the quote-gathering process. And don’t forget to look for car insurance discounts, like breaks for being a good driver, paying your premium in full or driving a new car.

More tips to find the best car insurance

When shopping for the best car insurance, keep the following tips in mind.

Assess your needs. Before buying car insurance, take a moment to reflect on what’s important to you and your family. For example, maybe you prioritize affordability and a well-polished mobile app, but don’t need accident forgiveness .  

Consider small insurers. There are lots of small insurance companies you’ve probably never heard of. These regional insurers may provide lower rates and better customer service than the big companies you see advertised on TV.

Work with an independent agent. While it may be easy to get quotes yourself, independent car insurance agents and brokers can streamline the process. These experts vet companies and compile quotes from small and large insurers on your behalf. Independent agents and brokers can especially come in handy if you have a less-than-perfect driving record and can’t find insurance on your own.

Do your research. Search online for recent mentions of a company in the news before buying a policy, recommends DeLong. If you find a company has lots of recent lawsuits against it, you may want to think twice about signing on the dotted line. “And if they've had to pay out settlements, that's an even bigger red flag,” DeLong says.

Shop around once a year. Make a practice of shopping for car insurance every year — especially if price is important to you. Insurers adjust car insurance rates regularly, so what might have been the most affordable option last year may no longer be a bargain.

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Stunning Norway has an abundance of sensational landscapes and beautiful roads. The combination of well-built modern roads and sharp mountain peaks, gigantic fjords, mighty glaciers, and wild coasts is hard to beat. A Norway road trip is best done in summer when the days are longer and you have more hours to drive.

But where do you go? I am sharing a two-week road trip which really fits the description “best of Norway”.

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You will find direct flights from the U.S. to Norway with a few different airlines. Flights usually land at Oslo Airport in Gardermoen. Expect to pay on average $790 for a round trip flight NYC-Oslo and $1000 on average for LAX-Oslo.

At the airport you can pick up the rental car for your road trip and begin your vacation. Once you finish your Norway road trip in Lofoten you will need to catch a domestic flight back to Oslo before heading home.

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Summer is the best time for a Norway road trip. The period from June to August sees the warmest temperatures and the most hours of daylight. The visibility on the roads during the day is also better in summer. In addition, several of the best roads in Norway are closed during the winter, especially those that go over mountains.

But of course, the best time for a Norwegian road trip is determined by what you want to experience. If it's skiing or the northern lights that attract you, you should go in February or March. Spring and fall have certain clear advantages: with half as many visitors on the roads, there is less traffic, especially around the tourist attractions and these periods often beckon with less expensive hotel prices.

By using Weatherbase and Numbeo I have obtained data on weather, gas prices, and other local conditions which can help you plan the best possible trip.

It’s a good idea to have some extra space in the car if you are driving longer stretches over several days. Get a car rental type that is large enough and preferably has an extra empty seat depending on how many passengers are traveling. Being cramped in the car, possibly with luggage on your lap, is no fun! And renting a good car that won’t give you any trouble is pretty easy in Norway.

Here you can find some tips when driving in Europe as well as road trip tips for your vacation in Norway.

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Thinking about costs is the least pleasant part when planning a Norway road trip. As you know, Norway is a rather expensive country to vacation in. Through a planned budget, you can keep track of the costs and avoid bad surprises at the end.

The average price per day for a rental car in Oslo is NOK 1,055 (about $100). If you plan on following our first itinerary, you’ll need a car for 13 days, which brings the cost to NOK 13,715 (about $1,300) though you can find cheaper prices from time to time.

The average daily price for a rental car comes from KAYAK comparison data.

Accommodation

13 hotel nights

  • Average price for a mid-range hotel, double room: NOK 1,605 ($150) per night x 13 nights = NOK 20,865 ($1,950)
  • Other alternatives, like hostels, can be cheaper if you’re traveling alone: NOK 883 ($83) per night x 13 nights = NOK 11,749 ($1,079).

The average prices for hotel rooms and hostels are coming from KAYAK comparison data.

A Norway road trip itinerary that covers about 870 miles would require approximately 41 gal of gas for a medium-sized car.

Based on the price of the gallon of gas in Norway (NOK 84.2 or $7.67 in April 2024 according to numbeo.com ), the total gas cost will be approximately $315 .

The total cost for accommodation, car rental and gas , for a 13-day road trip in Norway (based on two people traveling together and sharing the cost) would be approximately: NOK 18,400 ($1,700) per person with mid-range hotel accommodation.

Day 1: Oslo (1 night)

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Norway's capital has seen a huge development in the last 15 years and is home to over 700,000 people. Today, Oslo is an exciting city, with a wide range of restaurants and entertainment. It is a perfect place to charge your batteries before you embark on your Norway road trip.

The Opera House , Vigeland Park , Akershus fortress , Holmenkollen, and the Viking ships in the Viking Shipyard (currently closed, but said to reopen in 2026) are major attractions.

There are also world-class museums such as the Munch Museum and the Norsk Folkemuseum , home to many historic buildings.

If you have time, you can ski both downhill and cross-country regardless of the season in the SNØ indoor stadium. A boat trip in the Oslo Fjord offers the opportunity to see the city from the water.

Where to stay in Oslo: Hotel Verdandi is a very central and also affordable hotel in Oslo.

Day 2 & 3: Bergen (2 nights)

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Driving distance from Oslo : 298 miles, approx. 8 hours drive

You begin by driving the E134 over Hardangervidda National Park, the largest high mountain plateau in Europe whose endless expanses lie above the tree line. That Valtatie 7 highway shows you more of Hardangervidda, but the E134 passes by Heddal Stavkyrka . This is Norway’s largest and most well-preserved stave church, a fascinating medieval cathedral made entirely of wood with many Old Norse-inspired decorations.

On the way to Bergen, magnificent fjord landscapes await. The Hardangerfjord is perhaps the most famous fjord in Norway and home to the country’s most beautiful orchards. The area is known for its special cider. If you go on the left side of the Sørfjord after the town of Odda, you will come to the manufacturer Aga Sider, which is located next to the very ancient farm Agatunet with 13th-century wooden houses.

After you take the ferry across the fjord at Jondal. You don’t want to miss the Steindalsfossen waterfall, where you can walk on a path behind the roaring, falling water curtain itself.

Today's destination is Bergen, a cultural city with a lot of history, gastronomy, and impressive surroundings. The Bryggen neighborhood is known for its colorful facades by the sea. Its strong connection to the Hanseatic period makes the area a World Heritage site and one of Norway's most visited tourist attractions. Håkonshallen is a majestic royal banquet hall from the 13th-century. The Fløyenbanan cable car takes you up to the town's nearest mountain in five minutes and offers wonderful views over the whole town.

Where to stay in Bergen: Radisson Blue Royal is located in the World Heritage Bryggen, surrounded by historical sights. It offers comfortable rooms and a lovely breakfast buffet.

Who doesn't want to brighten up their Instagram by standing on the iconic protruding rock tip Trolltunga on the Hardangerfjord? However, keep in mind that you’ll first have to brave a 7 mile steep hike uphill to get there.

Day 4: Sogndal (1 night)

Driving distance from Bergen: 173 miles, approx. 4 hours drive

Start by driving road E16 north from Bergen. You pass the Voss ski resort and soon come to the Nærøyfjord. This is perhaps the most spectacular of all Norwegian fjords because several smaller and narrow fjords converge here. The entire area is classified as a World Heritage site due to its unique character.

You continue through the Laerdal tunnel, the world's longest car tunnel with over 15 miles which is usually seen as a tourist attraction in its own right. After Laerdal, you take the ferry and then pass the Kaupanger stave church. You spend the night in Sogndal in the middle of the fjord landscape.

Where to stay in Sognal: Hofslund Fjordhotell has a spacious garden with a pool next to the Sognefjord.

The Nærøyfjord is so special that it's time to park the car for a couple of hours and take a boat tour with one of the electric, state-of-the-art boats. You can also take what might be the train journey of a lifetime on the famous Flåm line from Flåm.

Day 5: Molde (1 night)

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Driving distance from Sogndal: 264 miles, approx. 8 hours drive

The road over Sognefjellet is one of Norway's highest roads and stunningly scenic when the weather is good. You pass right near Galdöpiggen, Norway's highest mountain (8,100 feet). Even after Sognefjället, the road meanders through breathtaking sceneries with deep valleys and wild mountains. It honestly resembles a fictional movie world! The adventure continues on the Ørnevegen, a serpentine road that goes straight up and is almost a mile long with all its turns.

Between Sylte and Åndalsnes begins another famous stretch through idyllic Valldal, famous for its strawberries. After it is time to descend the legendary Trollstigen - another extreme serpentine road that climbs down into the beautiful mountain valley Isterdalen.

Trollstigen is not dangerous to drive as long as you take it easy. If you have time, you can drive a bit on the E136 into Romsdalen. Here you find Europe's highest vertical rock wall. The day ends with you taking the ferry from Vestnes to the attractive town of Molde.

Where to stay in Molde: Molde Fjordhotell sits on the quay in central Molde and has lovely bright rooms facing the Romdalsfjord.

Day 6 to 8: Trondheim (3 nights)

A snaking roadway running through the islands and over the water.

Driving distance from Molde: 157 miles, approx. 3.5 hours drive

It is an absolute must on your Norway road trip to go north from Molde to the small coastal community of Bud. From there, you follow the coast up to Kårvåg by driving the famous Atlanthavsvägen - a stretch that The Guardian called "the world's most beautiful road". This road, which runs over eight bridges and a series of treeless islands, has been used in many commercials, especially car commercials. It probably feels familiar immediately even if you are driving it for the first time!

The day ends in Trondheim, which was founded by Vikings in the 9th-century. The city has an abundance of historical sites such as Nidarosdomen Cathedral , Kristianssten fortress , Norway's best-preserved historical fort, and Munkholmen, a small island with a medieval monastery that was converted into a prison. There is also Bakklandet district, a historic neighborhood that is popular for its colorful wooden houses and cozy cafes.

Where to stay in Trondheim: Clarion Hotel Trondheim is an architectural delight paired with great views over the fjord and the city.

Day 9: Helgeland coast towards Brønnøysund (1 night)

Driving distance from Trondheim: 232 miles, approx. 6 hours drive

It only gets better. North of Trondheim awaits the Helgeland coast, one of those areas in Norway that you may not have heard of but which you will remember as one of the absolute highlights. This coast offers driving at its best.

The coastal road on National Highway 17 is a sometimes dreamlike road that starts in Steinkjer and ends, 40 miles later, in Bodö above the Arctic Circle. With continuous mountain massifs inland, you pass small fishing villages and white sandy beaches on the road as it snakes its way through an ever-changing landscape. This leg takes you to the coastal community of Brønnøysund, which is suitable for an overnight stay.

Don’t miss the island of Leka as it is something very special. Its bright red-yellow color has nothing to do with its surroundings. The island is actually a small piece of North America left in Europe!

Where to stay in Brønnøysund: Corner Hotell is a nice family-owned hotel that is affordable and centrally located in Brønnøysund.

Norway has 18 dedicated tourist roads with Kustriksveien being one of them. These roads have been designated as Norway’s most beautiful and the country has invested in their design, viewing platforms, rest areas, and bridges.

Day 10 & 11: Helgeland coast towards Bodö (2 nights)

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Driving distance from Brønnøysund: 331 miles, approx. 8 hours drive

The northern half of the Helgeland coast in particular offers much to experience and I would recommend staying at least an extra day. For example, you can take a boat out to the 6,500 Vega islands for hiking and paddling in incomparable nature, surrounded by thousands of Puffins. The boats out here depart from Horn just north of Brønnøysund, where you spent the night.

Worth mentioning is the huge mountain Torghatten near Brønnøysund. It has a hole in the middle through which you can see the sun setting. Also, don't miss Svartisen National Park with its rare beautiful glacier.

Where to stay in Bodö: Scandic Havet is a modern and comfortable hotel with panoramic views that can arrange various day trips.

The views from Rødøyløva mountain on the island of Rødøy beat almost anything I've seen.

Day 12 & 13: Lofoten (2 nights)

Red wooden houses nestled alongside a river that flows through the steep mountains and spanned by a bridge.

Driving distance from Moskenes to Svolvear on Lofoten: 77 miles, approx. 2 hours drive

From Bodö you can save yourself a lot of driving if you take the ferry directly to Moskenes on Lofoten. Lofoten is something of a world in itself and should not be missed. They can be described as an extremely dramatic mountain range. The countless pointed mountains stretch out into the North Atlantic and become a row of islands at the far end.

But not only the spectacular landscapes draw visitors. On Lofoten, there are many activities to try and a lot of traditional culture remains in the small, interesting fishing villages. For drivers who are doing a Norway road trip, it is a pleasure to drive on these roads that wind between mountains and the sea.

Where to stay on Lofoten: Thon Hotel Lofoten in Svolvear offers you nice views of the harbor and the city.

Kaviar Factory is an unexpectedly good museum of modern art in Henningsvaer, a fishing village built on the islands and a major tourist attraction in itself.

Driving through Norway's ever-dramatic landscapes is one of a kind. A road trip in Norway is something far beyond the ordinary and offers a journey that passes fjords, mountains, history, culture, and wonderful people. The only disadvantage might be the fact that Norway is a bit pricey, but if you set your budget before it is not too bad. And even though this guide contains a lot, there is much more in Norway to discover - you may have to book another flight immediately!

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Amazon is now giving all its UK customers - not just Prime members - access to its grocery delivery service.

People living in more than 100 towns and cities will also be able to access same-day delivery without needing to be a member of its subscription service. 

This covers items from Amazon Fresh, Morrisons, Co-op and Iceland. 

It comes amid efforts from the online giant to grow its grocery business in the face of tough competition within the sector.

Prime members, who used to be the only ones who could access the service, will be given more delivery options and free shipping, subject to a minimum spend. 

US regulators are investigating the notorious meme stock investor known online as Roaring Kitty.

Keith Gill shot to fame in 2021 after he fuelled a buying spree of shares in beleaguered video game retailer GameStop. The stock passed $120 from as little as $3 in three months and saw hedge funds' positions rack up big losses.

Gill returned to online chat forum Reddit on Sunday with a post revealing he had a $116m (£90.8m) position in GameStop, telling his followers that he controlled 1.8% of the company's available stock plus call options that gave him the right to buy more.

This fuelled investor confidence in GameStop, with its market value surging as much as 75% before settling around 30% higher.

Gill's trading activities are now being examined by the Massachusetts securities regulator, while the e-trade division of US bank Morgan Stanley is considering banning Gill from its platform, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The renewed interest in GameStop has gathered plenty of momentum, as our business reporter James Sillars outlined here this week...

Some Lloyds, Halifax and the Bank of Scotland customers will be charged more to use their overdrafts as of August. 

The three major banks, which are all part of Lloyds Banking Group, are set to launch a new tiered system for determining interest rates which could see some customers paying an extra 10%. 

At the moment, Lloyds has a standard rate of 39.9%, but the overhaul will see some forced to pay 49.9% for using their overdraft. 

The new rates are set to be: 

The 27.5% rate currently being offered to Club Lloyds customers will also be axed. 

There will be specific criteria for each tier based on a customer's credit information and account activity. 

For those who will see a rise, the banks will introduce a temporary tier for six months, which means the initial impact will be no more than 7.4% of what they are paying at the moment. 

"We are writing to our customers to let them know we're introducing new interest rate tiers on our overdrafts," a Lloyds Banking Group spokesperson said.

"The changes mean many will continue to pay the same or less than they do today, while some may see an increase." 

Nvidia has overtaken Apple to become the world's second most valuable public company.

The AI microchip maker's share price has risen to be worth more than $3trn (£2.34trn) for the first time. 

Only Microsoft is a more valuable company listed on a stock exchange, while Apple has fallen into third place.

Nvidia shares rose 5% after a year of growth - with one share now costing $1,224.40 (£957).

Nvidia's chips are powering much of the rush into AI, which has seen it become a poster child of the AI boom.

Demand for its processors from the likes of Google, Microsoft and Facebook owner Meta have been outstripping supply. 

Nvidia's shares - up nearly 150% so far this year - are also being boosted by an upcoming move to split its stock by 10-to-one on Friday. 

Ian Coatsworth, investment analyst at AJ Bell, said the stock split will "bring its share price down and make it more affordable to investors". 

Tech companies - including Microsoft and Apple - have been racing to develop AI and embed it in their products.

Nvidia is a younger company than some of its peers, having been founded in 1993. Similar to many tech giants, it was founded in California in the US.

Britain is less likely to lose power this winter than it was last year, according to the company that runs the grid.

National Grid's Electricity System Operator (ESO) said it expects power plants, wind farms and other generation methods to be able to provide more than enough power to meet demand this time around. 

In an early outlook, it said the grid would have an average margin - the difference between supply of electricity and demand for it - of 5.6 gigawatts (GW) this coming winter. 

This means the period when demand might outstrip supply is just 0.1 hours.

The increased margins are in part because of improved capacity, thanks to a new 765km high-voltage cable that connects the UK's electricity network with Denmark.

The cable, called an interconnector, is known as the Viking Link, and started transporting wind power between the two countries in December.

New gas generation, growth in battery storage capacity and increased generation connected to the distribution networks have also contributed to the higher margins. 

Despite this, ESO's chief operating officer Kayte O'Neill has said it will still need to be "vigilant" due to uncertainties around global energy markets.

"As a prudent system operator we remain vigilant, continuing to monitor potential risks and working closely with our partners to establish any actions necessary to build resilience," she said.

The continent's energy system has been forced to reinvent itself in recent years, faced with potential gas shortages due to the war in Ukraine.

The 20 countries using the euro currency have seen interest rates cut from record highs following progress in the battle against inflation over the past two-and-a-half years.

The Frankfurt-based European Central Bank (ECB) said it was "appropriate" to trim its main deposit rate from 4% to 3.75%.

It followed an assertion last month by its president, Christine Lagarde, that the pace of price increases was now "under control".

But the Bank declared in a statement that the battle was not won - signalling data-driven caution on future policy decisions in the months ahead.

Its staff even revised upwards their forecasts for inflation this year and next.

As we have been discussing in Money this week, the cut before the US and UK could weaken the euro - potentially making Britons' holiday money go further.

McVitie's is selling a new flavour of Jaffa Cake - and it marks the first ever non-fruit flavour since the treat launched in 1927.

Shelves across the country will soon be stocked cola bottle flavoured cakes.

The new flavour will launch in Asda stores from 10 June and be available in other UK supermarkets - including Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Iceland and Co-op - in the coming weeks.

Adam Woolf, marketing director at McVitie's, said: "Jaffa Cakes Cola Bottle is certainly one of our more unexpected product launches – stepping away from fruit flavours for the very first time. 

"Jaffa Cakes have always stood out from the crowd (and the biscuit aisle), but we really wanted to try something new with this one. It's no doubt going to cause some debate among our Jaffanatics, and we can't wait to hear what they think."

By  Sarah Taaffe-Maguire , business reporter

Are we entering an era of interest rate cuts? Probably not. Or at least, not yet. 

But the European Central Bank (ECB) which controls the euro currency does look set to make their first cut in four years this afternoon. 

And Canada yesterday became the first country in the club of G7 industrialised nations to bring down borrowing costs by lowering their benchmark interest rate. 

The UK, however, isn't currently expected by markets to make a cut until September. 

Elsewhere, oil prices remain below $80 but are slightly more expensive than earlier this week. A barrel of the benchmark Brent crude oil costs $79.10.

The good news for people going on holidays to countries using the euro continues - the pound is still doing well against the currency with £1 equal to €1.1757. 

That could go even higher after the ECB decision at 1.15pm. A pound also can buy $1.2783. 

Like in the US, the UK's most valuable companies have become more valuable as the FTSE (Financial Times Stock Exchange) 100 and 250 indices are up 0.33% and 0.41% respectively.

Every Thursday  Savings Champion founder Anna Bowes  gives an insight into the savings market and how to make the most of your money...

Can you believe we are almost halfway through 2024?

Although the rate rises that we have seen this year have slowed compared with the previous couple of years, and we have even seen some falls, savers are now able to find hundreds of savings accounts that pay an interest rate higher than inflation.

The latest data from the Office for National Statistics showed inflation was still higher than predicted, however - which means the anticipated base rate cut is likely to be pushed back again – into the second half of this year.

While bad news for borrowers, this is great news for savers.

Incredibly, the latest statistics from the Bank of England show there is over £253bn sitting in current accounts and savings accounts earning no interest at all.

With top rates available paying 5% or even a bit more, that is potentially £12.65bn of gross interest that is not being claimed by savers.

So now really is the time to move your money if you have cash languishing, earning less than inflation, especially if you can lock some away with a fixed rate, as a base rate cut will happen at some stage, we just don't know when.

Easy access

If you think you'll need access to your money, an easy access account is a wise choice.

The base rate cuts that we have been waiting for are yet to start, so the top rates on offer are still paying almost as much as they were at the beginning of the year.

Fixed-term bonds 

There is a strange phenomenon with fixed-term bond rates at the moment: the longer you tie up your cash, the lower the interest rates on offer.

Normally, you'd expect to be rewarded for tying up your cash over the longer term - but base rate forecasts have flipped this.

Fixed-term cash ISAs

A frequent complaint that I hear from savers is that the tax-free rates on ISAs are usually lower than the pre-tax rates on the equivalent non-ISA accounts – and this is particularly true with fixed-term accounts.

As many more savers are paying tax on their interest once again, cash ISAs are more popular than ever, as the tax-free rate of the ISA can still be considerably more than the interest earned after tax has been deducted on the non-ISA bond equivalents.

The renowned "50 Best" list of the world's best restaurants was revealed in Las Vegas last night - with a new restaurant taking top spot.

Disfrutar in Barcelona took the crown from Central in Lima, Peru (previous winners are ineligible and instead join a Best of the Best list).

Eating the standard menu costs £247 (€290) - with an extra £136 (€160) if you want the wine pairing.

To be fair, you do get around 30 courses.

They also offer a unique menu for your table for between €1,050 and €390 per person - the more people, the less it costs.

The 50 Best list says: "The combination of brilliantly imaginative dishes, unsurpassed technical mastery and playful presentation results in the dining experience of a lifetime, as full of surprises as it is memories."

Dishes include:

  • Caviar-filled Panchino doughnut
  • Frozen gazpacho sandwich
  • Thai-style cuttlefish with coconut multi-spherical
  • Squab with kombu spaghetti, almond and grape

Two UK restaurants made the top 50 but the UK was eclipsed by countries from across South America as well as Thailand, Italy, France and Spain.

London's Kol moved up slightly to 17, while Ikoyi, which we reported on a few weeks ago following a link-up with Uber Eats, came it at 42.

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Alleged car break-in and passport theft at NW Harris Co. park strands couple: 'We can't travel'

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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- A couple visiting from Sri Lanka cannot leave the country after their passports were stolen at a northwest Harris County park.

Thusitha Wickramarachichi said his parents were visiting him and his 16-month-old daughter.

"They were excited, and then we were planning some cruises and all that," he said.

But all their plans were halted on Saturday. He said his parents were watching him play cricket at Matzke Park near Jones and Grant roads when a thief broke into his truck and stole a purse containing their passports.

"I usually do, but that day, I did not check with them to see if they had their passports in their bags," Wickramarachichi said.

Surveillance cameras on the car parked next to his truck captured the theft, and the Harris County Sheriff's Office said the footage could be useful in tracking down the thief.

The video shows a man in orange sneakers and an orange shirt exiting the backseat of a black car. He crouches down as he makes his way to the truck and then appears to use some tool to make a hole in the window.

"It took only five seconds," Wickramarachichi said.

A witness provided ABC13 surveillance video footage showing a person accused of breaking into a vehicle and taking passports in a bag at Matzke Park on June 1, 2024.

Without passports, his parents are unable to leave the country. He said they're waiting on documents from Sri Lanka to begin applying for new passports, which he said would take four months.

"Now we can't do cruises, we can't travel, none of that," he said.

They also won't be able to make their July flight home.

Anyone who recognizes the man in the video is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

A witness provided ABC13 surveillance video footage showing a sedan connected to the break-in of a vehicle and theft of passports at Matzke Park on June 1, 2024.

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