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One of the potential approaches to lessen the quantity of mishaps in rush hour gridlock is to follow the driver's condition. In this paper, a new driver observing calculation, which works on a video caught from the camera situated in the instrument board in the vehicle, is introduced. The calculation analyzes the nearness of the driver's head in each edge and checks whether the driver has bizarrely long closed eyes, regardless of whether the driver looks sideways, and whether the driver's head has dropped for quite a while. The calculation is tried utilizing ten unique recordings recorded under various light conditions. The calculation for the most part accomplishes superior, while for a few lighting conditions a specific calculation redesigning would be vital to keep up an elevated level of precision.