Motorists admit to drowsy driving

A MAJORITY of motorists have admitted to risking their lives, and those of others, by driving when drowsy.

In an RAA Insurance survey, 63 per cent of people who admitted to driving when tired said they opened a window to combat their sleepiness.

Only 28 per cent said they were likely to pull over for a nap.

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