2019 Drowsy Driving Statistics

Lytx Statistics of drowsy driving 2019

 

Lytx® data reflects a 39 percent reduction in drowsy driving events among Lytx clients from June 2018 to June 2019, and a 66 percent reduction in drivers falling asleep behind the wheel. The data also shows morning hours between 5 and 8 a.m. had the highest concentration of events recorded for drowsy driving, falling asleep behind the wheel, and collisions, while 6 to 9 p.m. had the fewest instances.

In addition to the tips above, find out more strategies for combatting drowsy driving and other risky behaviors:

Drowsy Driving Prevention  Distracted Driving and Cell Phone Use  What Driving Without a Seat Belt Says about Your Drivers 
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