Crash Rate Spikes with Every Hour of Lost Sleep

by Jared Staver
Think about the last time you got behind the wheel. How much sleep had you had the night before? Was it early morning or late in the evening? Were you yawning or in desperate need of caffeine? If the last time you drove you had fewer than 8 hours of sleep and you were fighting to stay alert, you are guilty of drowsy driving. You are not alone in this.Read the full article