Fatigue on Our Roads

Don't Trust your Tired Self

Fatigue Driving

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.

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.
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Fatigue Crashes

This graph shows the percentage of people on Rural roads who were killed in crashes, where the drivers were fatigued, between 2009-2013