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We’re more likely to get in a car crash if our commute to work includes driving past a high school. That’s according to a recent Liberty Mutual Insurance survey of 3,500 students in grades ten, eleven and twelve. It found that a-third of teens often drive to school when they’re DROWSY. And, as we’ve said many times, driving drowsy is as dangerous as driving drunk. Bottom line… Be extra vigilant when driving during school hours – or risk being hit by a sleepy teen!