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The agencies and organizations listed below can provide more information on drowsy driving and links to numerous other resources.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
- Asleep at the Wheel: A Nation of Drowsy Drivers Forum (NHTSA, 2016a).
- Drowsy Driving Research and Program Plan – DOT HS 812 252 (NHTSA, 2016b).
- Drowsy Driving – www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drowsy-driving
- Behavioral Safety Research Reports – https://rosap.ntl.bts.gov
- Governors Highway Safety Association: www.ghsa.org
- Wake Up Call! Understanding Drowsy Driving and What States Can Do (GHSA, 2016).
- National Transportation Safety Board: www.ntsb.gov/safety/mwl/Documents/2017-18/2017MWL-FctSht-Fatigue-H.pdf (overview) and www.ntsb.gov/safety/safety-alerts/Documents/SA_061.pdf (drowsy driving risks for teen drivers)
- National Safety Council: www.nsc.org/road-safety/safety-topics/fatigued-driving
- National Conference of State Legislatures: www.ncsl.org/research/transportation/summaries-of-current-drowsy-driving-laws.aspx
- National Sleep Foundation: www.sleepfoundation.org and www.sleep.org
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety: www.iihs.org
- AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety: www.aaafoundation.org
- Network of Employers for Traffic Safety: www.trafficsafety.org
- GDL: Graduated driver licensing, a three-phase system for beginning drivers consisting of a learner’s permit, a provisional license, and a full license. A learner’s permit allows driving only while supervised by a fully licensed driver. A provisional license allows unsupervised driving under certain restrictions.
- NCSDR: National Center for Sleep Disorders Research.
- NSF: National Sleep Foundation.
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