DUIS ARE NOT JUST FOR THOSE WHO DRINK AND DRIVE.
The number of drug-impaired drivers on the road is on the rise. According to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration survey, nearly 1 in 4 weekend drivers tested positive for at least one drug that could affect driving skills.
Drugged driving occurs when someone is under the influence of marijuana, prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, or illegal drugs, like methamphetamine.
Drivers can also be impaired by both alcohol and a drug, increasing their risk even further.