Drowsy Drivers Are A Serious Risk on the Road

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By Molly Clifton

Around four percent of American adults say they fell asleep behind the wheel at least once in the last month.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study found drowsy driving was more common in men and among people who got less than six hours of sleep at night.

Drowsy driving causes thousands of crashes each year.

The CDC says if drivers start to doze, they should get off the road and rest.




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