Commercial motor vehicle accident incidence and mortality is very high compared to other vehicles. The main cause of this accidents are drowsiness, fatigue and other human factors. Therefore, the aim of this study was to analyze the relations of commercial motor vehicle driver's fatigue and traffic accidents. The target of this study was Korean male commercial motor vehicle drivers. Visiting the expressway rest areas and work places, located in Gyeong-ki or Seoul district. a self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted from May 8, 2013 to May 31. Totally, the questionnaires of 200 drivers were fully filled out. Higher monthly income, larger vehicle, harder smoking and drinking, irregular breakfast were related with driving fatigue(p<.05). Higher age, larger vehicle, shorter sleeping hours, harder drinking irregular break fast were related with general fatigue(p<.05). Traffic Accident is dependent on Monthly income and outcome, working hours, frequency of exercise, sleeping hours(p<.05). Night driving, working hours, sleeping hours are highly regulated with drowsy driving(p<.01). At the last, the factors that affected to the traffic accident were sleeping hours(β=0.193, p<.01),monthly outcome(β=0.243, p<.001), general fatigue(β=0.220, p<.01), drive fatigue(β=0.372, p<.01), exercise(β=0.193, p<.01), working hours(β=0.082, p<.01). In the results, commercial motor vehicle driver's level of health behaviors was lower than other drivers. And their working hours and night driving are higher than other drivers. Due to these properties, commercial motor vehicle driver's traffic accident and drowsy driving experience is higher than the other drivers. However, commercial motor vehicle drivers who take enough sleep felt less fatigue, and showed a low level of drowsy driving and traffic accidents experience.