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Focus on Road Safety

How Sleep Loss Costs Lives and Costs Companies

Understandably, it’s hard to know when someone is too tired to drive, but the physiological impacts are incredible. “Losing even two hours of sleep is similar to the effect of having three beers,” the U.S. National Safety Council noted. “Being awake for more than 20 hours is the equivalent of being legally drunk.”
So, it’s not surprising that a driver is three times more likely to be involved in a traffic crash if he or she is fatigued.