Previous6 of 8NextPrevious6 of 8NextTips for staying awake on long car drivesKeep track of how long you've been driving and take breaks every 100 miles, or about every two hours. Get out of the car and stretch during your break, and switch drivers if possible.
Keep track of how long you've been driving and take breaks every 100 miles, or about every two hours. Get out of the car and stretch during your break, and switch drivers if possible.
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