Drive Alert, Arrive Alive


by Christine Anthony

Most fall-asleep crashes involve drivers aged 25 years and younger, a sobering statistic that prompted the National Sleep Foundation to take action and launch Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, a public awareness and advocacy campaign designed to teach young drivers and everyone on the road about the dangers of drowsy driving and how to prevent a fall-asleep crash.

This year’s Drowsy Driving Prevention Week will take place November 8 – 14. For more information about the National Sleep Foundation’s Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, including tips on how to Drive Alert and Arrive Alive, visit www.DrowsyDriving.org

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