Remember to take frequent breaks – every two hours at a minimum. Caffeine combined with a little exercise – plus a 15-20 minute nap – can refresh you for a few more hours.
Teens and young adults are frequently at risk, since they tend to get less sleep than any other age group. In fact, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 16-24 year-olds are more likely to be involved in drowsy driving crashes than any other age group.
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March “comes in like a lion,” roaring in with snow, sleet, rain, wind or even unusually warm temperatures. While winter conditions, as well as salt and sand from the roads, may have already damaged your car, unsettled spring weather can wreak more havoc.
Now is the perfect time to take care of any issues and do some preventative maintenance to keep you running smoothly this spring and summer. Here are some maintenance tips from AAA’s Car Doctor, John Paul: