follow-up

After thoroughly reviewing the driving safety rules from yesterday…

and getting plenty of rest…

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drowsy driving

it’s the monday giggles….

General Driving Safety – Drowsy Driving

When you are tired, you react slower, your judgment and your vision are impaired and you have problems understanding and remembering things.

If you are tired enough, you will fall asleep and never even know it. Sleeping behind the wheel for even a few seconds is enough to harm you or someone else. Teens who sleep less than eight hours a night are at increased risk for vehicle crashes. The best thing to do if you begin to feel tired while driving is to stop driving.

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a-cownting

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Then…

I passed a car on the interstate sportin’ a California license-plate.

Actually, they passed by ME speedily, which is probably what drew my attention to their plate.

What the fritoes!

Traveling along the Northwestern Pennsylvania highway a CA plate is not a common site in our neck of the woods!

After my initial shout-out I paused, offering a prayer for the occupants inside the blurr now long ahead of me, that they be protected given the speed they were currently traveling.

Yikes!

Personal note: You never know what someone else may be going through, which is why we should be mindful to pass around the fritoes, sparingly!

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