Sunday was the end of Daylight Saving Time where we set the clocks back one hour and it also marked the kickoff of National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. According to the National Sleep Foundation every year drowsy driving causes more than 6,400 U.S. deaths along with more that 50,000 injuries. Other statistics show accidents increase on the Monday following a time change as drivers get used to sunrises and sunsets occurring at different times. Experts say motorists should pull over and take a break if they feel tired.