Drowsy drivers are as much a menace on the road as drunk drivers!

Drowsy driving refers, of course, to drivers who actually fall asleep at the wheel. But it also includes those drivers who are so fatigued that they are slow to perceive risky situations and unable to respond quickly enough to avoid a crash.

Research shows, one of the groups at highest risk for sleep related crashes are young adults, who tend to stay up late, sleep too little, and drive at night. Sound familiar?

Click on the menue for some drowsy driving facts, which may surprise you.

Q. The groups most at risk for crashes due to drowsy driving are :

a. night shift workers
b. long distance truck drivers
c. young adults
d. people with sleep disorders
e. all of the above

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