Study suggests teens need more sleep to avoid Virginia Beach auto accidents

by actuate | June 18th, 2010

July 17, 2010

A new health study suggests that teens who start classes at 7:20 a.m. are putting themselves at greater risk for Virginia Beach auto accidents, according to BusinessWeek.com.

Teens need at least nine hours of sleep.

Virginia Beach teens statistically have more Virginia Beach auto accidents than teens in a neighboring city where high school students start school later.

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Do you think Virginia Beach teens need more sleep before they drive to school in the mornings? How much of a role do you think sleep plays in a teen’s driving performance, and how much sleep do you think Virginia Beach teens need?

If you or someone you know has been involved in a Virginia Beach auto accident, the auto accident lawyers at Lowell Stanley can help.