July 24, 2015

Drowsy Driving Dangers

After passing your driving test, you are likely going to want to be driving as much as possible – With friends, with family, on road trips during summer days and on nights on, so that you get to experience all conditions of driving.

But beware – When driving this often, especially at night time, it is likely that you will feel tired at some point behind the wheel. This can be incredibly dangerous, particularly if you are travelling long distances or on a motorway – As when driving at 60 mph, falling asleep for just one second will mean your car moves around 30 metres under no control at all!

Make sure to take a break whenever you start to feel drowsy when driving – Otherwise you are putting yourself and others in danger.

Safe driving from Britannia!