Idaho Teen Driving

Toward Zero Deaths

Sleep is a necessity. According to the National Sleep Foundation, teens ages 14 to 17 need 8 to 10 hours of sleep per night. Although people generally recognize that sleep plays a critical role in driving safely, many still admit to driving while fatigued. A recent AAA Foundation study found that 96 percent of drivers consider fatigued driving to be a serious threat and unacceptable behavior; however, nearly 3 in 10 of these same drivers admitted to driving drowsy.

Dr. Jana Price, Senior Human Performance Investigator at National Transportation Safety Board Office of Highway Safety provides a lot of insight into the importance of sleep and what teens can do to cut down on fatigue.

Driving, not always can give you to feel such emotions like online casino ohne einzahlung mit startguthaben which propose you also 100% safety and aditional income.

Read more

Alive at 25