Drowsy Driving On Par With Drunk Driving?

Incredibly, drowsy driving is on par with drunk driving. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, people who get less than four hours of sleep a night drive as impaired as someone with a .12 blood alcohol level! Drivers will try many different methods to avoid the feeling of drowsiness, however most of these methods are ineffective. The AAA states that a nap, or a better night’s sleep are  the only two methods to avoid drowsy driving.
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