For many years, most of us thought that drunk drivers presented the greatest threat to our safety on America’s roads and freeways. Then texting drivers grabbed our attention as they kept sending out written messages to others, refusing to admit the dangerous nature of their behavior.
Now, we’ve got a rapidly growing, new crop of problem drivers out navigating the nation’s roads. Many of these people view their medical marijuana as a healing agent and not as a drug frequently used by others to simply get “high” or comfortably disoriented.
Hopefully, some of the following information will help convince many marijuana users to start handling their drugs in a safer manner. No one should have to suffer a serious traffic injury or die just because others were too lazy to wait for an extended period of time after using marijuana to drive their cars.
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