Don’t Drive High
Drug-impaired driving is dangerous
There's a lot going on around you when you drive. You need to be totally focused so that if a split-second – and potentially life-saving – decision needs to be made, you're ready for it.
Drugs affect your ability to react and increase the chance of a crash. Don't get behind the wheel or get in a car with an impaired driver — it's just not worth the risk.
In an instant
It is illegal to drive impaired
Drug-impaired driving can put you, your passengers and anyone sharing the road with you in danger — and for that reason, it's a serious criminal offense that can result in heavy fines and jail time. Don't risk a criminal record. Understand the legal consequences of driving high and do your part to plan ahead so you can get home safely.
Driving impaired is illegal. Learn about the types, risks, laws and enforcement.
6 reasons not to drive high
- You could hurt or kill someone you care about
- You could get in a crash, hurt yourself or die
- You could hurt or kill an innocent stranger
- You could get arrested and face trial
- You could get your license suspended
- You could get a criminal record
Impaired driving is 100% preventable!
What you can do
Plan to get home safely
You have options:
Have a designated driver
Call a friend or loved one
Call a cab or ride-share
Take public transit
Get help with drug abuse
Are you or someone you care about struggling with problematic substance use? Here are some resources to help you find the assistance you need in your area.
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