You can't fight sleep
Drowsy driving is dangerous and potentially deadly. If you're already behind the wheel when you start to feel drowsy, the best remedy is to pull over and have a 15 minute powernap.
You may think you can push through drowsiness, but you can't fight sleep. All day, sleep inducing chemicals build up in your brain. They eventually reach a tipping point, sending you off to sleep, which can happen any time and anywhere. The best way to avoid drowsy driving is to get a good night's sleep.
When planning your Easter road trip, work out the best places to break your driving. Take advantage of the many free Driver Reviver facilities across Victoria. Most importantly, plan to get a good night’s sleep the night before you head off and again when you head home at the end of your break.