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fatigue Tips:

- Do not begin driving if you’re already feeling tired.

- If you are feeling sleepy, stop driving.

- Ensure you’re regularly get enough sleep, most people need 7-9 hours’ sleep however young people often require more.

- Get a good night’s sleep before driving long distance trips.  

- Take frequent breaks when travelling (MAC recommends taking a rest break every 2 hours).

- Plan to share driving responsibilities on long trips.

- Avoid travelling long distance after working a full day.

- Seek medical advice is you’re regularly feeling lethargic, or having difficulty sleeping.

- Be mindful of any medications you’re taking and there side effects.

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