Distracted and dozing
Most one-vehicle accidents occur when a driver dozes off or gets distracted from driving. Employees driving your company vehicles need to be trained to resist distractions and recognize signs of fatigue that lead to accidents.
To prevent drowsiness, the most practical way is to get plenty of sleep before starting a trip and avoid actions that induce drowsiness, such as eating a heavy meal and drinking alcohol. Fresh air, a stop for coffee, cold water, or even a stretch break can alleviate the monotony of driving.