More People Kill Others While Driving On Drugs Than On Alcohol

According to an April 26, 2017 article in NBC news, drivers on drugs have passed drunk drivers for fatal crashes.  

According to the article, " When it comes to driving under the influence of some type of drugs, there's a huge difference" from alcohol, he said. In the past marijuana was easily detectable by smell, but some cannabis-infused products no longer depend on smoking the drug, he said."

"There's a perception that marijuana does not impair you like alcohol does. That you can smoke a couple joints, eat a couple of brownies and go out and drive. That's not true, you are impaired."

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