Furthermore, inconsistent eating and sleeping patterns might result in weariness, exhaustion, and concentration.
Externalised elements such as weather, road conditions, and other road users can contribute to a heightened sensation of impatience and anger. As a result, identifying the warning symptoms of driver tiredness at this very joyous and religious time becomes even more critical.
Fatigue is a serious safety threat for all drivers, rivalling the impacts of speeding and drug and alcohol use. Even a split-second mental lapse might cause significant harm or death. According to a recent Transport Accident Commission research, driving when tired raises the probability of an accident by up to 7 times.
Better driver fatigue awareness and adherence to applicable rules will help reduce the roads' total injury and death toll, making the roadways a safer place for everyone this Ramadan.
Here are five things to remember this Ramadan: