In Canada, some drivers dismiss danger of being high behind wheel

A report says 44% of Canadians don’t think marijuana affects their ability to drive:

  • In Canada, some drivers dismiss danger of being high behind wheel
  • Nearly half of weed-smoking Canadian drivers think they can operate a vehicle while stoned, recent State Farm report says
  • Among Canadians who have driven under the influence of marijuana, 44 percent don’t think it affects their ability to drive safely, according to a recent report by State Farm.
  • More than 60 percent of people surveyed think the Canadian legal system is unprepared to deal with people who drive under the influence of marijuana, according to the State Farm survey.
  • Topics: canada , canada marijuana , canada marijuana legalization , canadian drivers , driving high , driving under the influence , high driving , impaired driving , marijuana and driving

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@cannabist: “A report says 44% of Canadians don’t think marijuana affects their ability to drive:”


Almost half of weed-smoking Canadian drivers say that they can safely operate a vehicle while stoned, according to a recent report by State Farm.


In Canada, some drivers dismiss danger of being high behind wheel

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