Thread: Drowsy Driving

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    Default Drowsy Driving

    Does anybody have drowsy driving laws in their state, and if so how does that play into your shift schedule.

    Ever since we went to 48/96 out accidents have been stacking up. It is mostly on the second shift, and the chief is blaming it on drowsy driving.

    Any thoughts?

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    sounds like it. Some of the info I'm hearing from that study in Indy is that even if we don't get woken up while in the rack, our sleep sucks. Get woken up a time or two the first night and that second night has to be pretty rough.

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