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Driving Tips For Night Travel: Rishabh Pant Accident: Driving in sleep is very dangerous, these 5 ways will save you from nap


Driving Tips For Night Travel:
If you ride a car or bike at night or are going on a long journey, then take special care of these 5 things. These will greatly benefit you while driving at night and can avoid road accidents.

 

Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant has recently survived a major car accident on 30 December 2022 when he collided with a divider near Roorkee in Uttarakhand. While going home at night, Pant was driving the car, when during that time he fell asleep, due to which his car collided with the divider. If you go on a long journey with a car or bike at night, then you should take care of 5 things. By taking care of these things, you can save yourself from being a victim of a road accident.

Avoid driving when you are not sleepy: Plan your journey in such a way that you get complete sleep and rest before starting the drive. But if you have not got the time, then postpone the time to start the drive a little but make sure that you have at least 8 hours of sleep. (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Avoid driving when you are not sleepy: Plan your journey in such a way that you get complete sleep and rest before starting the drive. But if you have not got the time, then postpone the time to start the drive a little but make sure that you have at least 8 hours of sleep. (Photo: Getty Images)

Avoid sleeping drugs or alcohol: Driving under the influence of alcohol is an offense. Being intoxicated will mean that you are not alert and are putting yourself and others at risk. Do not drink and drive, apart from this, you also need to avoid those medicines which can cause sleepiness. Medicines that come for allergies, cough and even epilepsy can be drowsy and can put you at risk. (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Avoid sleeping drugs or alcohol: Driving under the influence of alcohol is an offense. Being intoxicated will mean that you are not alert and are putting yourself and others at risk. Do not drink and drive, apart from this, you also need to avoid those medicines which can cause sleepiness. Medicines that come for allergies, cough and even epilepsy can be drowsy and can put you at risk. (Photo: Getty Images)

Take frequent breaks: While driving intermittently in the journey, plan your breaks only to get coffee/tea and fuel from time to time. You can also do this to give rest to the body. Exercise to stretch your body, do some push-ups if your mind and eyes are not calm then take a nap in the car to calm your eyes. (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Take frequent breaks: While driving intermittently in the journey, plan your breaks only to get coffee/tea and fuel from time to time. You can also do this to give rest to the body. Exercise to stretch your body, do some push-ups if your mind and eyes are not calm then take a nap in the car to calm your eyes. (Photo: Getty Images)

Keep playing songs in the car: Keep playing songs in the car and keep humming them, this keeps your mind active and helps you stay awake during your night journey, apart from this, you can also eat chewing gum. It keeps your digestive system active, naturally your brain also remains active. (Photo: (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Keep playing songs in the car: Keep playing songs in the car and keep humming them, this keeps your mind active and helps you stay awake during your night journey, apart from this, you can also eat chewing gum. It keeps your digestive system active, naturally your brain also remains active. (Photo: (Photo: Getty Images)

Keep a companion with you in the journey: If you keep a companion in the journey, then he keeps talking to you and also keeps you active. This keeps you alert. (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Keep a companion with you in the journey: If you keep a companion in the journey, then he keeps talking to you and also keeps you active. This keeps you alert. (Photo: Getty Images)

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