I have a short video clip exhibiting the lengths one must go to to stay alert after hours and hours on the road. It is not a real reach, but it does take some getting used to. I still haven't gotten the knack for knowing when the CD is finished and has started on Track 1 again...
By the way, to we native Californians, Interstate Highway 10, or I-10 as it is affectionately known, is was, and will always be known as the Santa Monica Freeway. Not the Katy Freeway (TX). Not the Juan Seguin Highway (TX). Not the Pearl Harbor Memorial Freeway (AZ). Not the Atchafalaya Swamp Freeway (LA). Not the Ponchartrain Expressway. Not the Stephen Ambrose Memorial Highway (LA). Not the George C. Wallace Tunnel (AL). And, finally not, again as the Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway where it terminates in Jackson, Florida.
I-10 was the Santa Monica Freeway when all of those other routes were either non-existant or dirt roads. How do I know this?
LA invented freeways.