Asleep at the wheel: Study finds motorists admit to drowsy driving

Source: Liza Barth, Consumer Reports

Sleep. Many of us complain we don’t get enough of it, and a new study shows that the lack of sleep is causing dangerous driving situations on the road. In recognition of Drowsy Driving Prevention Week (November 6-12), the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety conducted a survey that found nearly all drivers feel drowsy driving is unacceptable and more than half say driving sleepy is a serious threat. However, nearly a third of respondents admit they had a hard time keeping their eyes open while driving in the past month.

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