June 10, 2011


If you are one of those unlucky people that suffer from hayfever, it can affect your daily life in so many ways.

Keeping safe whilst driving is especially important for hayfever sufferers as sneezing at 70mph can be very dangerous.

Emily Smith of Britannia Driving School says:

Avoid driving altogether if possible

Keep your car clean, dust and pollen can be transferred from clothes, shoes, shopping bags etc

Keep windows and air vents closed to reduce pollen grains

Keep tissues handy

Wear sunglasses to block out bright sunlight

Medication may help however, you must ensure this does not make you feel drowsy and that you are in complete control of the car.

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