Driving Fatigue Prevention
Driving Fatigue Prevention is important. The Stay Awake Device is bound to save some teen’s life. I just know it. When I was in college staying up late at night (ahem) studying, on the ride home in the wee hours of the morning, I was tired. Very tired. No, I wasn’t drinking or partying. I want to make it VERY clear that this device is not to help you drive while intoxicated. I was simply up until 4 a.m. hanging out with my friends. Okay, my boyfriend, we were probably making out or something. Anyways! When I drove home, I was tired. Once, I remember actually dozing off and catching myself as my head drooped down. Scary!! What is scarier than that is my now 18-year-old son is graduating high school and getting ready to go to college. I want to arm him with every possible thing I can to keep him safe. The Stay Awake Device can do just that. For the low price of $19.95 you can provide this safe-guard for your loved one. Right now they have a special 50% off discount on their whole stock which is perfect because my husband is an over-the-road trucker. Every motorist out there should want all truck drivers to have this device in use. It is easy to use too! You just slip it behind your ear and when you nod off it alerts you.
“Falling asleep at the wheel is a prominent cause of car accidents that kill and injure thousands of people a year. Driver alertstatistics from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) show that driver fatigue is the main cause of 100,000 car crashes reported to police per annum. The inability of a drowsy driver to stay awake at the wheel kills 1,500 and injures over 70,000 annually. There are many more accidents related to fatigue that are never even reported.”
Are you or your loved one at risk for driver fatigue?
Falling asleep while driving can be disastrous for anyone involved. A drowsy driver is a hazard on the road. Stay alert devices are the most effective and provide Driving Fatigue Prevention with proven ways to stay awake under many circumstances. Studies show that certain groups are more at risk for drowsy driving than others. The under 20 age group has more sleep related car accidents because of their irregular sleep patterns. Please who work double shifts or the night shift are prone to driver fatigue. People are commuting further today and that puts them at risk as well. Certain jobs put you at greater risk for driver fatigue although anyone can succumb to it. These jobs include:
- Truck drivers
- Medical personal
- Night shift workers
- Taxi drivers
- Bus drivers