Driving for long periods of time would affect the brain, if that's what you're asking.
The east Hawiandian Eagle
the Harpy eagle lives for about 80 years. They basically die when you die, since it is lodged in your brain.
The Medulla is at the base of the brain stem and is the part of the brain that controls your heartbeat and breathing, etc. Therefore, when driving, the Medulla is active in ways such as controlling your heartbeat if a deer were to run in front of you for instance. Your heart rate would increase along with your respiration.
drunk driving depresses one's brain and as a result one is unable to make good judgements on the road.
anger can effect driving because alpha brain waves are concentrating on dynamical stress but your redocolum in your brain is NT focused so you have a 45% more chance of being killed while driving and being angry
The average feathers in an adult eagle is 7200 A bald eagle is about 30 inches tall Natural instincts tell them to be cautious and steer clear of humans. Their brain is about an inch or so sized cube.