Drowsy Driving Prevention
DRIVERS: Feeling tired means your body has already started to fall asleep. When feeling tired behind the wheel: pull over to a safe spot and nap, get out of the car to stretch or switch drivers. If that doesn’t work, find a safe place to sleep.
PASSENGERS: Stay awake with your driver to help the driver identify and correct signs of drowsiness before it’s too late.
EXTRA SAFETY TIP: Even if you’re tired and want to rest, keep your seat belt on and buckled properly. You never know when you might be involved in a crash. Sleeping passengers should still be safely buckled passengers. Madeline’s story is a powerful reminder of that.