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Driving with a hangover is four times more dangerous

1st December 2008

Researchers at Brunel University in London have said people who drive when they are hungover are putting themselves and other drivers at risk.

The study made comparisons between the driving ability of participants who where tested on a simulator when sober and when they had a hangover. People with a hangover drove an average of 10mph faster and ignored safety signs and traffic lights twice as much as sober drivers.

 

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Article Information

Title: Driving with a hangover is four times more dangerous
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 9415
Date Added: 1st Dec 2008

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