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Most of us have been there. You're on a long drive, on an arrow-straight highway. You started early in the day, and now you're getting to that point that no amount of caffeine, sugar, music or other stimulants will keep you going. Your head nods once. You feel your eyelids start to droop. And ...
We first brought you news of "sleep-driving" earlier this month with bizarre tales of Ambien-takers getting behind the wheel at all hours, driving and remembering none of it. A defense lawyer at that time blamed it on users of the sleep drug mixing it with alcohol or taking higher than recommended ...