Stop Drugged Driving


Did the Media Promote Stoned Driving?

Washington Post boasts, “Stoned drivers are a lot safer than drunk ones, new federal data show.” Such inferences encourage the public to believe that marijuana does not impair driving, making it more difficult to deal with a growing problem: Driving Under the Influence of Drugs.    
Spencer driver accused of hitting Worcester building while high on heroin

A Spencer man is accused of being under the influence of drugs when he crashed his pickup truck in a commercial building near Washington Square. Authorities said they discovered heroin in his pocket after the accident.   
Massachusetts man charged with drugged driving

Police responded to calls of an erratic driver on the highway. Upon stopping the driver, they discovered he was driving while impaired by drugs.   
Suspected drugged driver arrested in Michigan

Police say they received three separate calls from drivers reporting someone who was driving dangerously and possibly under the influence. The driver was arrested for drugged driving with multiple prescription pills discovered in the vehicle.   
MADD’s Campaign has Strengthened Drunk Driving Laws in 24 States

The Campaign continues to be the nation’s blueprint to eliminate drunk driving, and much of its success is due to passage of strong DUI laws in all 50 states.   
ONDCP Announces New Tool to Address Threat of Drugged Driving on America’s Roadways

The ONDCP and NHTSA roll out training courses to improve law enforcement officers' ability to detect drugged driving.