Experts advise taking regular breaks during long car trips, like this man napping at a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop. New Jersey was the first state to specifically make going without sleep and driving as a crime, according to a legislative analyst with the National Sleep Foundation. Washington and most other states haven’t taken such aggressive steps.
Experts advise taking regular breaks during long car trips, like this man napping at a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop. New Jersey was the first state to specifically make going without sleep and driving as a crime, according to a legislative analyst with the National Sleep Foundation. Washington and most other states haven’t taken such aggressive steps. Daniel Hulshizer AP file photo 2003
Experts advise taking regular breaks during long car trips, like this man napping at a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop. New Jersey was the first state to specifically make going without sleep and driving as a crime, according to a legislative analyst with the National Sleep Foundation. Washington and most other states haven’t taken such aggressive steps. Daniel Hulshizer AP file photo 2003

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