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Good driving skills should be developed and practiced at all times. You should
also know your physical and mental limitations and not drive a vehicle when
you are too tired or sleepy. When traveling long distances, plan ahead, know
your route and be alert to the driving conditions. Your ability to safely operate
a motor vehicle may save your life as well as the lives of others.
Your driving is affected by your physical and mental health. To obtain a driver
license, you must be in good health. If you have health problems that are serious
and long term in nature, they will likely come to the attention of the DMV.
More often, health problems are short term, like suffering from colds, headaches
or flu. You should remember that any time you are not feeling well, your driving
is likely to be different. You may be less alert and less responsive than normal."
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