Don't drive tired

By Drum Digital
03 January 2014

Try to avoid long trips between midnight and 6am when you're likely to feel sleepy anyway.

Studies have shown that drivers don’t fall asleep without warning.

Drivers who fall asleep at the wheel have often tried to fight off drowsiness by opening a window, or by turning up the radio. This doesn't work for long.

Plan your journey to include a 15-minute break every two hours.

Don't start a long trip if you're already tired.

Remember the risks if you have to get up unusually early to start a long drive.

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