Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

Drowsy Driving in the News

Drowsy Driving PreventionWeek®: November 1-8, 2015

In an effort to reduce the number of fatigue-related crashes and to save lives, the National Sleep Foundation is declaring November 1-8, 2015 to be DrowsyDriving Prevention Week┬«. This annual campaign provides public education... 

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Take the Pledge Against Drowsy Driving Today!

The Pledge Against Drowsy Driving is a National Sleep Foundation initiative that seeks to raise public awareness about drowsy driving, its effect on drivers and how it can be avoided.With the support of our members, communities... 

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Drowsy Driving Advocacy

The National Sleep Foundation has long championed sleep health and safety. To help combat drowsy driving, NSF has developed a kit to help individuals and businesses advocate for the issue on a statewide level. To learn more, visit... 

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National Sleep Foundation White Paper on Drowsy Driving

Drowsy Driving Sleepiness can impair driving performance as much or more so than alcohol, studies show. (Dawson and Reid, 1997; Powell, 2001) The American Automobile Association (AAA) estimates that one out of every six (16.5%)... 

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