(Reuters Health) - Drivers who hit the road on less than four hours of sleep are at least as likely to be involved in a crash as drivers who had too much to drink, a U.S. study suggests.
Brian Tefft, senior researcher at the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety in Washington, D.C., reviewed data on more than 6,800 road accidents to study the effects of sleep deprivation on driving.
Singapore, 16 October 2018 — Grab commited to create a safer Southeast Asia. In Singapore, the ‘Safer Everyday’ commitment will see Grab leading the way in advocating health and occupational safety for Grab driver-partners and delivery-partners, and more product innovations as Grab becomes Southeast Asia’s most trusted everyday superapp.
Wow! Gadgets is expanding the current products range to promote safer driving with the latest i-Vue D10 Driver Monitoring System manufactured by TreeEarth Co., Ltd., Korea. We are proud to be the exclusive distributor for i-Vue Driver Monitoring System in this region.