Where do the majority of drowsy-driving crashes occur?
- On dark rural highways with little to no street lighting.
- On highways and major roadways with speed limits of 55 to 65 mph.
- On urban highway exchanges with several lanes and exits.
- Drowsy-driving crashes more often take place on highways and major roadways with speed limits of 55 to 65 mph.
- Fall-asleep crashes are likely to be serious.
- The majority of drowsy-driving crashes involve drivers alone in the vehicle.