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Question: About half of U.S. adult drivers admit to consistently getting behind the wheel while drowsy. Whether from fatigue or the effects of medication, driving drowsy makes you three times more likely to get in a crash.

Teens are especially at risk since many do not get enough sleep at a stage in life when their biological need for sleep increases.

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This makes them vulnerable to the risk of drowsy-driving crashes, especially on longer trips. Ideally, you should get 8-10 hours of sleep during your teen years to function at your best.

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