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How to avoid driving drowsy

Driving when you are sleepy is incredibly dangerous. It can impair your ability to drive as much as drinking and driving. Consumer Reports states if a driver has been awake for 24 hours, it is the same as driving with a BAC of .10, which is over the legal limit of .08.

Unfortunately, drowsy driving is much too common in the U.S. A recent by AAA survey found in the past month, nearly a third of American drivers got behind the wheel when they felt so tired they could hardly keep their eyes open.

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