Sleep tight: Helping drivers rest

Sleep tight: Helping drivers rest

"Obtaining good sleep also requires training, just like you would train a driver how to shift gears for the best fuel economy, how to hook up and detach trailers to prevent injuries, etc."   —Dean Croke, vice president, Omnitracs Analytics

The human need for sleep is simply not optional. It is as important as the air we breathe.

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