“Fox & Friends” sent reporter Clayton Morris out with a Virginia Tech research team to show the dangerous effects of drowsy driving. Morris stayed up most of the night, then got behind the wheel in a controlled experiment. He was on the road for a total of 70 minutes and about once every three minutes showed signs of impaired driving by swerving, for example. WDBJ says with daylight saving just around the corner, drivers need to be careful.
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