15 Million Drivers Admit To Driving Stoned

15 Million Drivers Admit To Driving Stoned

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15 Million Drivers Admit To Driving Stoned

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70% of those surveyed believed there was a low likelihood they would get caught for driving stoned but Rachel Sturm of AAA says that law enforcement across the country is stepping up their efforts to bust drivers under the influence of marijuana (no details about how).

CDOT conducted their own statewide survey and 10% of drivers actually believed their driving improved while high. The recommended amount of time to wait before getting behind the wheel after smoking weed in 8 hours.

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