▸  Pull over to a safe, well-lit location and lock your car doors. Drink a caffeinated beverage and take a 20-minute nap.

 Call someone to drive you home

 Get a good night's sleep before the drive

 Plan regular stops on a long drive


 Avoid medications and alcohol while driving


 Use the Buddy System, it's safest to drive with a partner on long trips

  Drowsy Driving Warning Signs  

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Don't Drive Drowsy

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kyle w. kiihnl memorial foundation mission is to save lives ​by educating drivers on the dangers of driving fatigued.

Your eyes close or go out of focus

 You have trouble keeping your head up

 You can’t stop yawning

 You don’t remember driving the past few miles

 You drift between lanes, tailgate or miss signs

 You have drifted off the road and narrowly missed crashing