I'm in the middle of a University of Virginia study that is being funded by the National Institute of Health that is studying the danger of diabetics driving and developing low blood sugars while driving. As a Type 1 diabetic for the last 47 years, I have had a number of scary situations—not in the last few years, but early on, I was lucky not to get into an accident during a couple of instances.
The program aims to teach you procedures on how to be extra careful before you drive. (Think of a checklist a pilot goes through).
Although it's a little of a pain (they pay you), it is worthwhile. You can learn more at this web site: ddst.bht.virginia.edu
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