Driving Hazards Thanks to Legal Marijuana

Driving stoned is increasingly a hazard in Washington now that marijuana is legal. Late afternoon and Saturdays are the most likely times for stoned people to get in a crash. Like alcohol, drivers cannot drive while under the influence of marijuana.

 https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/marijuana/these-are-the-most-common-times-and-places-people-in-washington-get-caught-driving-stoned-according-to-state-patrol-data/

 

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