The SAAQ has launched an awareness campaign about drugs and driving to remind people that all drugs affect the brain in ways that impair their ability to drive. That is why police officers can arrest people for driving under the influence of drugs.
The SAAQ’s 2016 campaign – All Drugs Impair Driving – primarily targets drivers aged 16 to 24.
Cannabis is the drug most often mentioned by drivers who admit to getting behind the wheel while under the influence of a drug. Cannabis is also the drug most frequently detected in the bodies of drivers who have died in an accident.
French video clip posted online and on social media from April 4 to May 1, 2016
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