As we recover from losing an hour of sleep over the weekend, AAA warns to be careful of drowsy driving.
Spokeswoman Kathleen Zinszer says drivers need to pay attention when they hit the road today.
“AAA advises drivers to slow down, pay attention, and eliminate distractions behind the wheel,” Zinszer said.
Zinszer also added that drowsy driving is a serious problem across the state.
“In Pennsylvania alone in 2019, PennDOT reported that more than 2,500 crashes and 12 fatalities were attributed to drowsy drivers,” Zinszer said.
She says that while it might be lighter out later, it will be darker in the morning, which could lead to dangerous commutes.