As people head home from Squamish Valley Music Festival tonight and tomorrow afternoon, drivers along the Sea to Sky can expect long delays and a lot of traffic.
The music festival officially winds down Sunday night, and Monday is the main day festival goers drive home.
Owner of Wallace Driving School Steve Wallace says people planning to drive on the highway need to be careful.
“Take your time, relax, there’s no where you have to get to on a night like tonight or tomorrow night that is really that important. If it’s going to mean the rest of your life, relax, take it easy, and be a little more courteous.”
“Most drivers think they can do everything quick than they actually can, and the intersections that people go through with the left turn combination those are the killers. So if they are going to be fatals happen it will be head on, it will be left turn or it will be T-bone crashes at intersection.”
Wallace is warning drivers to stay off the road if they are tired, as fatigue is now the second leading cause of car accidents in America.