Teen Drowsy Driving (50 Brochures)
Drowsy driving is a cause of an estimated 100,000 motor-vehicle crashes and more than 1,500 deaths per year. A demographic group that has a particularly high risk of drowsy driving is teens, who have a natural tendency to stay up late at night and often fail to get a sufficient amount of sleep. Educate your teenage patients about the risks of drowsy driving by making this brochure available in your office.
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