For most of us, it happens nearly every morning: the alarm clock goes off and we drag ourselves out of bed (maybe after hitting the snooze alarm). No matter how much sleep we got the night before, it’s time to go to work.
It is perhaps no surprise to learn that fatigued driving is very common. A survey conducted by AAA found that more than 25 percent of people admitted to driving while sleep-deprived. People can be driving in the morning or late at night while sleepy. Either way, they are putting people at risk of getting into a car accident.