Drowsy Driving A Dangerous Problem

Triple-A says the time change over this past weekend can create challenges for Pennsylvania drivers. While Pennsylvanians enjoyed an extra hour of sleep this weekend, Triple-A says the time change can disrupt sleep patterns which can lead to drowsy driving. Triple-A Mid-Atlantic notes that, according to PennDOT, drowsy driving contributed to nearly 2,600 crashes in Pennsylvania last year. As a result Triple-A encourages people to be well rested when they get behind the wheel.