If you have multiple-pair VPN gateways, you can consider to use Thomas' suggestion.
If you have one VPN gateway (e.g. router) for multiple Internet. You have to ensure your router model can handle such kind of traffic loading, due to VPN will consumpt more CPU resources.
Once you enable multuple VPN to the remote. You may conside to enable per-packet load-sharing. It will provide more balance between the load-sharing links but not 100% equal loading. However, you need to carry the test w/ users to determine any problem when enable this per-packet LS. It was because the packet sequence may be changed (due to latency or other reasons) and some application may require to maintain some source / destination address.
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