CDC Survey: 1 in 25 Fall Asleep Behind Wheel
The Centers for Disease Control surveyed more than 150,000 drivers, and found a scary statistic in regards to drowsy driving. Video by fox47news.comvideo
Drowsy driving is becoming more of a problem in the U.S.
The CDC quizzed more than 150,000 drivers, and found one of every 25 said they had fallen asleep while driving in the month before taking the survey.
That number could be larger, because it only reflects those who remember falling asleep.
Federal stats show two-and-a half percent of all fatal motor vehicle crashes involve drowsy drivers.