Fatigue on Our Roads
Don't Trust your Tired Self
Crashes where the drivers were fatigued or tired, account for more then 30% of road crashes. Fatigued can narrow your vision, slower reaction times, loss of concentration, poor driving quality, etc.
Truck drivers are especially more prone to fatigue then normal drivers, causing more crashes.
Fatigue is one of the biggest 3 killers on NSW roads
Constant road signs helping to remind drivers about Fatigue
Avoiding Fatigue crashes
Make sure your well rested before driving. Take breaks every 2 hours of driving. Don't Drive during late night hours. Don't ingest any alcohol, as it can contribute to driver fatigue.
Don't trust your tired self. Rural
Don't trust your tired self. Metro.
This graph shows the percentage of people on Rural roads who were killed in crashes, where the drivers were fatigued, between 2009-2013