DiDi's Big Data Shows How People Traveled Over Labor Day Break

By Sponsored, May 6, 2020

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A brand new report from DiDi reveals the latest travel trends over the five-day Labor Day holiday. Below, check out this neat infographic showing what travelers were up to during the break. And remember to claim your DiDi ride coupon!

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With the Labor Day holiday now in the rear-view mirror, DiDi is offering new coupons for riders to use post-holiday. Click here to claim your coupon today!

[Images provided by DiDi]

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