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1. If you work shifts or long hours, you are at higher risk for drowsy driving crashes than people on regular 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. work schedules.

2. Which time period below IS NOT when most drowsy driving crashes or near misses occur?

3. Which of the following is the best action to take if you find yourself yawning and having trouble keeping your eyes open and head up while driving?

4. Who can be at risk for legal sanctions by the courts if a nurse, due to work-related fatigue, falls asleep at the wheel and has a vehicle crash that causes a death?

5. Most people who fell asleep while driving had been driving LONGER than 1 hour.

6. Most people who fell asleep while driving reported feeling sleepy at the start of the drive.

7. If your job involves shift work or long hours, it is best to have concrete plans about how you will avoid driving when drowsy.

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