Sleeping drivers can't brake to avoid crashes

Driver fatigue crashes are about 50% more likely to result in death or serious injury as they tend to be high speed impacts because a driver who has fallen asleep cannot brake or swerve to avoid or reduce the impact.

Source: Driver Fatigue Policy Statements – June 2011 @ RoSPA: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

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