• October 3rd, 2022

Drowsy driving is a significant threat to traffic safety and public health. Although underreported in government statistics, previous research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has estimated that 6% to 11% of all police-reported motor-vehicle crashes and 16% to 21% of fatal crashes likely involve drowsy driving. Thus, there is a need to identify effective strategies for reducing the prevalence of drowsy driving and the crashes, injuries, and deaths that result from it.


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