Illness

Illness Driving
Taking drugs and driving a car should not be common. Common drugs come with labels that warn you about the side effects. Side effects that can affect the driver by delaying reaction time. Even a split second could be dangerous Beware of physical limitations. You should always know what you’re capable of. When you are sick you should stay at home. It helps to keep from spreading the illness. If you insist on driving long distances pull off the road and rest often. Increase following distance when sick, while driving in your car and not just in your car, and maybe around others as well. Know your limitations and take care of yourself.

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