This week marks the 15th anniversary of the Drowsy Driving Prevention Week campaign. It is held each year the week following the end of Daylight Saving Time. While we gained an hour on the clock this past weekend, many people use that hour to do anything but sleep thus creating more fatigued drivers behind the wheel. The NSC estimates that you are three times more likely to be in a car crash if you are fatigued. Learn more about how to reduce the number of drivers who drive while sleep-deprived.