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Risk groups

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Risk groups

Specific groups of drivers engage more frequently in fatigued driving and thus have a higher risk of being involved in a fatigue-related crash. According to reviews, groups of drivers that have a higher risk to be involved in a fatigue-related crash are young drivers (< 25 years); professional drivers; long-distance drivers; shift workers; drivers with sleeping disorders [75]. Below we focus on risks and circumstances for several risk groups:

The section about risk groups is closed of with final Conclusions.