Can Staying Up Kill You?

Drowsy driving affects everyone. The CDC recommends that teenagers get 8-10 hours of sleep each night! It’s estimated that students get less than 6 hours a night. This can seriously impact their driving. Drowsy driving is just as bad as drunk driving. Not only does it hinder your reaction time and attention, but you’re 3X more likely to crash if you’re tired. If you’ve got a road trip planned, be sure to have someone to help you drive. Driving for over 20 hours without sleep is the same as having a BAC of 0.08%!!

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