Facts

Fatigue contributes to over 20% of traffic accidents

Fatigue contributes to over 20% of traffic accidents

The Automobile Association research has shown that momentary distraction and fatigue are contributory factors in over 20% of road traffic accidents on the UK roads, research in the US puts the figure at 37%!

Stay out of Jail

Stay out of Jail

Several drowsy driving incidents have resulted in custodial sentences for the driver.

Would you drink drive?

Would you drink drive?

A study by researchers in Australia showed that being awake for 18 hours produced an impairment equal to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .05, and .10 after 24 hours; .08 is considered legally drunk.

Protect your Children

Protect your Children

Adults with children in the household are more likely to drive drowsy than those without children (59% vs. 45%)

Early hours Driving

Early hours Driving

Drivers at 6am are 20 times more likely to fall asleep at the wheel than at 10am.

Commercial vehicle drivers

Commercial vehicle drivers

About 40% of fatigue-related crashes involve commercial vehicle drivers, often in the largest vehicles on our roads that can cause the most harm in a crash.

Accident Peak Time

Accident Peak Time

Peak times for fatigue-related crashes are within the hours of 02.00-06.00 and 14.00-16.00 when drivers are naturally more sleepy.

Driving Distracted

Driving Distracted

A momentary lapse in concentration can be the difference between life an death.

RoSPA

RoSPA

Learn what the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, say about driver fatigue.

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