WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE DROWSY DRIVING CRASHES? INPUT FROM DRIVERS WHO JUST DID

@inproceedings{Stutts1999WHYDP,
  title={WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE DROWSY DRIVING CRASHES? INPUT FROM DRIVERS WHO JUST DID},
  author={Jane C. Stutts and Jean W. Wilkins and Bradley V. Vaughn},
  year={1999}
}
A number of approaches have been taken to studying the role of drowsiness in motor vehicle crashes and the characteristics of drivers involved in such crashes. This study questioned a large sample of drivers involved in both sleep-related and non-sleep-related crashes soon after the crash. The study uses a case-control research design. Cases for the study were drivers involved in recent police-reported crashes in North Carolina whose physical condition at the time of the crash was identified as… CONTINUE READING

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