driving while high
Marijuana breathalyzers have long been in development, producing no fruitful results. A new study shows a different path.
Research that analyzed past studies on THC levels and impairment found that cannabis breathalyzers may never work.
As cannabis becomes legal in more and more states, these problems will only become more pressing.
Repeat offenses could put the driver in a position where their driving privileges could be revoked.
While driving stoned isn’t necessarily the safest thing a person could be doing, it's a lot less hazardous than driving with a head full of prescription drugs.
There were more than 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in 2018, but it's unknown how many of those marijuana contributed to.
New data shows 1 in 5 Canadians have recently driven high or driven with someone who was.
The video is the result of a partnership between the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council.
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