What to do if you feel fatigue while driving

Posted on 03/21/2019

Driver fatigue is the second most common cause of road traffic collisions, causing more accidents than speeding, tyre blowouts, adverse weather and mechanical faults combined. Many of us are likely to have experienced driver fatigue at some point, so if you feel tired while driving, the first thing you should do is stop in a safe place as soon as possible and take a short nap of 15-20 minutes.

Our infographic on driver fatigue management contains sensible advice on what to do if you notice signs of fatigue while driving. Even a short rest can make you far more alert and careful afterwards, thus reducing the likelihood of being involved in an accident that could endanger you and other road users.

Read our infographic below for tips on driver fatigue management

 

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