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  1. DRIVER FATIGUE How much do you know about sleep and sleep debt? Take this 12 question quiz about Driver Fatigue to find out. START QUIZ!

  2. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Stimulants are no substitute for sleep. Drinks containing caffeine such as coffee or cola, can help you feel more alert but the effects last only for a short time. True False NEXT QUESTION

  3. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Sleep is not voluntary. If you’re drowsy, you can fall asleep and never even know it. You cannot tell how long you’ve been asleep. True False NEXT QUESTION

  4. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! An open window or the radio has no lasting effect on a person’s ability to stay awake. True False NEXT QUESTION

  5. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! The only safe driver is an alert driver. Even the safest drivers become confused and use poor judgment when they are sleepy. True False NEXT QUESTION

  6. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Sleep is not money. You can’t save it up ahead of time and you can’t borrow it. But, just as with money, you can go into debt. True False NEXT QUESTION

  7. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! The average person needs seven or eight hours of sleep a night. If you go to bed late and wake up early to an alarm clock, you probably are building a sleep debt. True False NEXT QUESTION

  8. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! One of the warning signs of a drowsy driver is misjudging surroundings. True False NEXT QUESTION

  9. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Young people need more sleep than adults. Males under 25 are at the greatest risk of falling asleep. Half of the victims of fatigue-related crashes are under 25. True False NEXT QUESTION

  10. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! If you are driving and your thoughts begin to wander, it is time to pull over and take a break.. True False NEXT QUESTION

  11. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Seeing things that are not there is a good indication it is time to stop driving and take a rest. True False NEXT QUESTION

  12. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! Driving, especially for long distances, reveals a driver’s true level of sleepiness. To be safe, drivers should take a break every three hours. True False NEXT QUESTION

  13. CORRECT! TRY AGAIN! During a “Microsleep” of four or five seconds, a car can travel 100 yards. True False FINISH!

  14. DRIVER FATIGUE Thank you for taking the Driver Fatigue Quiz! For more information please visit Trafficsafety.org Your feedback is welcome! Submit Feedback!