Driving in the early hours of the morning can be challenging for multiple reasons. For one, people often feel very tired during this time of day, especially if they did not sleep well because they had to wake up for work. Some people may be adjusting to new work schedules or going through with their daily grind, all of which can lead to driver fatigue. Moreover, some people may be driving home after a late night out and they may be under the influence. To add to all of this, drivers may have difficulty seeing the road due to the lack of light and they may collide with wildlife or cause a crash trying to avoid an animal that is on the road.

Whether you drive early in the morning every day or you occasionally find yourself behind the wheel during this time, it is important to realize all of the potential car crash risk factors you may encounter. Driver fatigue is a serious problem and has led to a lot of auto collisions across the state of Ohio. Some people have no choice but to drive during early hours in the morning, such as those who have to pick up a loved one from the airport or get to work. It is crucial for them to be aware of the hazards they may run into, including the ways in which their own driving abilities may be impacted.

Regrettably, many drivers who are too fatigued to drive safely take to the road at these hours and other times of the day. Those who cause car crashes should be held responsible.