Most miles you have driven without sleeping.
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Around 600. It's not advisable. I was almost babbling in another language by the time I got to my destination, I was so tired.
ATL to Austin. 15 hours of fun. On more than one occasion. I think that's about 1000 miles.
1370 Milwaukee to Tampa. I'd never do it in again without stopping or alone in the car.
Blast heavy metal with aircon, the windows down; red bull and pull over to sleep for 20 mins if you need to.
I only drive when I'm awake.
Lol that's funny auntie!!
Not many. Not an esp enthusiastic driver. I dont make what is known as " good time". And i can get lost going around the corner, no lie.
Kat-no heat, loud radio on station i hate, so i stay awake going, ugh i hate this, lol
Fsp, lady, yes!
1400 miles give or take from Lubbock to Sacramento. I've driven cross country by myself a few times. MA to Fl, FL to Sacramento, Sacramento to Detroit, Detroit to Sacramento, Detroit to Tucson dragging all of my possessions and a couple of cats a few times.
Now, I can't leave the damn house most days.
14 hours from NJ-GA…By the time i hit South Carolina, i wanted to see if I could actually do it
Seattle to the Bay Area more times than I can count. I'm sure I've clocked over 1K on a leg of a coast-to-coast run.
Solo? 15 hours. That was only because I took a wrong turn and went through Peoria by mistake.
Seattle to Vegas. A little over 1,000 miles. Took 24 hours
None…I fell asleep at the wheel backing out of the driveway.
No but I would walk a 1000 miles just to see enty eat bacon naked.
How about what tricks do you have to keep yourself awake on a long drive?
However many miles it is from Sacramento to San Diego. 500 or 600 I'm guessing?
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7.5. Some of it was traffic on 95. Ugh.
I sleep one out of every 20 miles while driving. I can't help it, wine does that to me. If I'm a passenger I like to stay awake, and sober , and take in the scenery.
This is a gross question. Sleep-deprived driving supposedly kills as many people as drunk driving. It's not a badge of honor. Just ask Tracey Morgan.
Three. Damn narcolepsy! 😉
I'd hate to for anyone to be able to count the number of miles they've driven while sleeping.
All of them.