How To Prevent Yourself From Experiencing Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving has become a dangerous trend in the United States, resulting in thousands of auto accidents yearly. A study recently conducted by the CDC reported that 1 in every 20 drivers admit to falling asleep while behind the wheel. Someone who is driving while extremely tired not only puts themselves at risk, but also endangers other vehicles, pedestrians, and property. Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. takes drowsy driving seriously and wants everyone to be knowledgeable about the signs of drowsy driving and how you can prevent it.

It is imperative to look for the signs of drowsy driving in yourself or a loved one.

Whether you or a loved is driving for extended periods of time, it is essential to know the signs of drowsy driving as a precaution.

  • Constant yawn
  • Rubbing eyes
  • Droopy eyes
  • Drifting out of your lane
  • Missing traffic lights and stop-signs
  • Reckless driving

If you not any of these warning signs while you or a loved one is driving, ensure to pull-over to get some rest. Also, if you notice another vehicle driving recklessly, it is important to report it to prevent an auto-accident.

  • Get enough sleep every night
  • Take a break
  • Switch-off driving with a loved one or friend
  • Avoid alcohol
  • Report dangerous driving immediately

Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. is here to ensure you and your loved ones are safe while driving. If you are involved in an auto-accident and believe the other driver was drowsy, consult with our personal injury lawyers to receive support.

For more information or to receive help in your case, contact Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. today.

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