A new study by AAA suggest that 10% of car accidents are caused by sleepy drivers.
Drowsy driving can be a huge risk due to the negligence of swiveling across lanes and/or forgetting past few miles driven.
Jake Nelson, AAA's director of traffic safety advocacy and research, says that missing just 2 or 3 hours of sleep a night can quadruple your risk of a car accident.
“Don’t be fooled, the only antidote for drowsiness is sleep,” says AAA’s manager of driver training. “Your body’s need for sleep will eventually override your brain’s attempts to stay awake.
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