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Question: When driving duties become routine, even the best drivers can be lulled into complacency, allowing lazy habits and bad attitudes about risk to develop.

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When driving duties become routine, even the best drivers can be lulled into complacency, allowing lazy habits and bad attitudes about risk to develop.


Explanation:

When driving duties become routine, even the best drivers can be lulled into complacency, allowing lazy habits and bad attitudes about risk to develop.

As a general rule, it is safe to drive for more than 8 hours a day, taking breaks of at least 15 minutes in every two hours.

This means that you can drive safely for about 500 miles, without having to worry about external factors such as slow toll traffic, traffic, child travel and fatigue.

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