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Avoiding Fatigue: Safety Tip

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Many of us have experienced drowsiness at one time or another while driving. Has this ever happened to you?

There are drivers who, through sheer luck, get through this okay. They then put it out of their minds and give it no more thought. Unfortunately, other drivers don’t fair as well. Studies show that driving while fatigued or sleepy is a dangerous combination … causing an estimated 100,000 crashes each year – many of them fatal to the driver.

This “One Second Advantage™” Safety Tip will help you understand preferred, proven techniques to stay alert and avoid driving while fatigued.



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