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Don't drive drowsy

Symptoms like sneezing, runny eyes, fever and tiredness, either individually or combined, can affect our ability to drive and ride safely, plus over-the-counter medicines can make us feel tired and drowsy.

The IAM recommends reading the label or leaflet of any medication.

If it reads 'may cause drowsiness' you should assume it will and therefore avoid travelling at all costs. Also check with your GP about prescription drugs for potential side-effects.

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