According to New Scientist magazine, "driving for just 80 minutes without a break can make motorists a danger on the roads". Findings showed that without frequent stops, drivers had slower reaction times than people who took frequent breaks.
So how do you know you're not in denial?
You can't deny and alarm sounding off in your ear when your head nods and falls over. Thats exactly what the Nap Zapper does. There are many products out there with different names, but if you search 'driver nap alert' you'll get more choices than you bargained for.
Prices start around four dollars.
This is not to be used as something to keep you awake. If you are feeling fatigued, you should pull over and rest. Here are some more tips to combat drowsy driving .
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