When most people think about dangerous drivers they think about drunk and intoxicated drivers.
While drunk drivers do cause many auto accidents, sleepy drivers are equally dangerous. Year after year, drivers who are tired and those who suffer from insomnia and other sleep disorders cause numerous auto accidents across America.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident involving a drowsy driver, contact our law firm.
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Drivers who drive while they are tired find themselves reacting and driving as if they are intoxicated.
Numerous studies have shown that drivers who are tired, suffer from impairments that affect their ability to react quickly to traffic conditions and their ability to follow the rules of the road.
At some point in their lives, most drivers find themselves driving after a night of very little sleep. If you find yourself forced to drive after a sleepless night, there are some things that you can do to increase your own safety as well as the safety of everyone else on the road.
If you are on an extended road trip, make sure that you have backup drivers with whom you can share the driving duties.
Additionally, make sure you consume enough coffee and energy drinks to keep you alert. Another tip often provided by safety officials is to listen to music that is energetic.
If you find yourself still drowsy after implementing all of these safety tips, pull over to the side of the road and take a nap.
Being late to your destination won’t be an issue, because continuing to drive while you are tired may lead you to never arrive.
Take your safety and the safety of everyone else on the road seriously. Don’t drive while sleepy.
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