Driving High is DUI. Developed by TREDS, this fact card for the public addresses THC potency, the ‘high’ resulting from edibles compared to inhaling, and legal consequences resulting from a cannabis DUI conviction, whether consumed for medical or recreational purposes. To request a camera-ready pdf for reprinting, contact us at TREDS.
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Drug-Impaired Driving. This report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provides an overview on issues related to drug-impaired driving and includes a list of resources from NHTSA.
Drug-Impaired Driving Call to Action. On March 15, 2018 the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched its drug-impaired driving initiative. It brought together key stakeholders, including safety partners, data and policy experts, law enforcement and criminal justice professionals, toxicologists and drug recognition experts to start a national dialogue on how to combat drug-impaired driving.
Drugged Driving (2016). This publication is part of NIDA’s Drug Facts series and provides a concise overview of issues related to drug-impaired driving.
Drugged Driving Resources. This project from Innovation Research and Training, Inc., aims to prevent and reduce the problem of drug-impaired driving in communities through the dissemination of research-informed and evidence-based resources.
Impaired Driving: Marijuana and Driving. This website from Ventura County Behavioral Health includes a range of resources and tools on drug-impaired driving information and prevention. This effort to support personal and public safety aims to reduce DUIs due to marijuana, prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
Let’s Talk Cannabis. The California Department of Health is committed to providing the public with facts needed to make safe and informed choices. This webpage includes science-based information to increase awareness about cannabis and its effects on the body, mind, and health.
Stop DUID. This program’s goal is to provide the most recent information on policies and technologies aimed at reducing drug-impaired driving in the United States. The website tracks research and legislative activity to strengthen DUID laws in all 50 states and includes information on what police, politicians, prosecutors, and others are doing to confront this growing epidemic.
What You Need to Know About Marijuana Use and Driving. This fact sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describes the risks associated with marijuana use and driving.