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Homecoming tourists risk accidents.

HOLIDAYMAKERS returning home could be a danger on the roads because of a condition identified as 'driver lag', says a new report.

The problem was similar to jet lag but affected people driving home from an airport, according to a study by Privilege Insurance.

The condition could be contributing to 60,000 accidents or other driving incidents in airport car parks or as people travelled home after tiring flights.

More than a million people drove home from the airport despite suffering from driver lag, the report claimed
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 9, 2005
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