Expert Panel Concludes that Two Hours of Sleep Is Not Enough for Drivers0

WASHINGTON, DC, (November 6, 2015)-The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), along with scientists from multiple disciplines, today announced a consensus on the threshold for when motorists are definitely too tired to drive. The conclusion: Drivers who have slept for two hours or less in the preceding 24 hours are not fit to operate a motor vehicle.

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