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8 Tricks You Need to Stay Awake During Long Drives

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Marissa Laliberte, RD.com of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 8: Every two hours or so, give yourself a break by pulling into a rest stop to stretch your legs. Even if you don't have time to shut your eyes while you're stopped, the change of pace will lift your spirits and keep you more alert once you set off again.These <a href='http://www.readersdigest.ca/cars/road-trips/13-driving-tips-could-save-your-life-and-some-money-too/'><strong>13 driving tips could save your life</strong></a> (and some money, too).

Make frequent stops

Every two hours or so, give yourself a break by pulling into a rest stop to stretch your legs. Even if you don't have time to shut your eyes while you're stopped, the change of pace will lift your spirits and keep you more alert once you set off again.These 13 driving tips could save your life (and some money, too).
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