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I Nearly Died in a Car Crash Last Weekend. How Can I Prevent This From Ever Happening Again?

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Yeah, an accident in June 7, 2019 almost killed my folks. The car was flipped upside down and the roof of the car slid on the pavement before coming to a stop. Rare passanger side had a dent and I would have been killed/injured badly had I sat there. I stayed home that day. Air bags were deployed and my folks had their seatbelts on. The public and by-standers around came and helped rescue my parents, and the ambulence drove them to hospital. My mom gave me the news over the phone and I could not believe that happened and was in shock.

Had to buy a new car, get a new car loan, and the day of the accident I scrambled to rent a car so I could do a Real Estate showing while my folks was in the hospital. It was one of the longest showings as I wanted to rush back and check on my folks. Thank God they survived and are alive and well and we love the new car.
I’m glad both you and your family are all right. “Always wear a seatbelt” is kind of cliche but it really does save lives.
 

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You never know when your number is going to come up. That's why I firmly believe in being grateful for every minute.

Agree with others get to a doctor about your sleep apnea, and try to make sleep a priority, it's part of your health.
I’ve been actually properly resting myself since the accident and I feel like a different person. Actually improving your sleep reduces the random panic episodes during the day too it seems.

I’ll ping this thread again once I get the sleep study done.
 

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To keep myself afloat and able to do my music gigs on the side, I’ve been getting a rental on Saturday and Sunday.

I got the managers special, and what do you know it’s another Malibu. I guess I’m just destined to drive these things forever:lol:

This is what she be looking like tho:

 

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Driving while exhausted is no different than driving under the influence. The only difference is that one is legal and the other is nor. But just because it's not illegal doesn't make it a good idea. Just don't do it. Sleep in the car if you have to.
 

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I almost got T boned by a speeding semi that decided to run a red light/lateeee yellow light.
Another driving "hack" I learned is to hesitate for a second or two when a light first turns green. If a vehicle is going to blow through the light, you don't want to be in its path.
 
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Driving while exhausted is no different than driving under the influence. The only difference is that one is legal and the other is nor. But just because it's not illegal doesn't make it a good idea. Just don't do it. Sleep in the car if you have to.
The sh*tty part is I took a 30 minute nap in my car at the truck rest station right before I got home. Did nothing. Earlier in the thread we had talked about taking a nap for at least an hour at a time instead, as needed.
 

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Caffeine.

Fortunately, this will be a thing of the past once driverless cars get fully developed.
What’s crazy is before this happened, I was like “I don’t need any caffeine, I’m fine.”

I’ve always had caffeine when I drive in the past.
 

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What’s crazy is before this happened, I was like “I don’t need any caffeine, I’m fine.”

I’ve always had caffeine when I drive in the past.
Whenever I'm driving after 18 hours after waking up (or less if I didn't sleep particularly well), I drink Dr. Pepper (any caffeinated drink would do). Because of my prostate condition :mad:, I've had to stop taking caffeine, and only take it when driving like this.
 

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yeah about that, unless you want to live inside your house the rest of your life, there is not much you can do, and even if you don't leave your home, you can die in your bathroom.....

best thing you can do is stay alert and don't take risks, it helps if you start to put your mind when driving in alert, that normally wakes you up
 
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