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TRANSALIVE USA

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SERVING THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR 40 YEARS

 

      

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Friday Safety Tip for Drivers

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Stacking Sleep

When was the last time you left on a trip with plenty of sleep? A driver from Tenaha, TX was in Eloy, AZ. He had just completed 6 hours of sleep. Before he got to Eloy, he had slept 8 hours in El Paso and 14 hours at home. His delivery was for San Diego and he had plenty of time to make the appointment. However, he went sleep at mile marker 8 on I-8 only a few miles down the road from Eloy

My question to you, "Is it possible to stack sleep for a future need?" Or put another way, "Is it possible to store rest by sleeping in advance of the need for sleep?"

It would seem the driver had plenty of rest to drive the trip, but he went to sleep while driving and turned over. His cargo of shelled pecans were scattered over half of Arizona.

The tractor and trailer were totaled. With the exception of the normal bumps and bruises, he was not injured. 

Several conclusions can be drawn from this accident for all of us: 

1.               Sleep begets sleep. The more you get - the more you want. Sleep is available when needed, but it cannot be stored or stacked.

 

2.               11SAFETY.gifSleeping ahead for a change of schedule such as driving at night does not always work. For a few hours the first night, it might help, but your body will revert to your standard schedule.

 

3.               Prepare yourself for driving. If you will be driving at night, start a day before leaving by staying up late as if you were on a driving schedule while on the road.

 

Rule of thumb: You give five your family gives five - you stay alive. Your family will understand and your body will appreciate your preparation. 

 

That's the way I see it - Bob Hataway - TransAlive.

 

 

 

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TransAlive USA provides medical evacuation when travel needs are greater than standard modes, i.e. commercial plane, train, or bus. Traveling public members with critical medical needs are transported to and from airports by ambulance. They are then flown to the destination of choice.

 

Doctors and nurses are provided for critical medical evacuations.  As a member, all of these expenses are provided free. Call 817-320-0567 for more information.

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Commercial fees for medical evacuations can run between $50,000 and $75,000.  Air Ambulance program driver memberships are only $240 per year. Family memberships are available for $335 per year.

 

All services are free to members. Membership is required for the Air Ambulance.

 

For memberships call cell phone number 817-320-0567 for more information and to enroll by phone.


You will receive an email enrollment confirmation until you receive your official membership packet in the mail.

 

Thank you for becoming a Frequent Mile Marker Challenger.

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

TransAlive USA

P O Box 821546

Ft Worth, TX  76182

Cell 817-320-0567 * Phones Available 24-7

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