Sean McGinley’s arms pumped up and down as he did jumping jacks in the front parking lot of the Maryland House Travel Plaza in Aberdeen Tuesday morning. He wanted to get his heart rate up and his blood flowing.
He was stopped at the Interstate 95 plaza while driving from Chapel Hill, N.C., to Lafayette Hill, Pa., to visit relatives for Thanksgiving, one of millions of holiday travelers hitting the nation’s highways this week.
The Maryland House, one of the busiest travel plazas on the East Coast, debuted something new for this year’s holiday season: electric vehicle charging stations.
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