Teen drivers face many risks on the road, but one you might not think about is drowsiness. With busy school, work and social schedules, teens, like the rest of us, don’t get enough sleep. This can be deadly behind the wheel. The National Safety Council recommends teens get 8 to 10 hours of sleep every night. If your teen is getting out of school or work late and they are too tired to drive, make sure they have a safe ride home. For more information on teen driving risks visit DriveItHome.org.