Driving high, DUID, medical marijuana behind the wheel; these are hot topics in Colorado as the end of summer approaches. News has been filled with CDOT’s new Driving Under the Influence (of medical marijuana campaign) and everyone wants to know ‘Does marijuana impair driving ability’? As an avid marijuana smoker, High Country Caregiver recommends marijuana for driving and advocates that it does not impair. Look at the table below to see the popularity of ‘marijuana and driving’ on google insights:
Why is it that Colorado law makers and marijuana dispensary advocates insist that marijuana impairs ability to drive? There is no evidence to show that marijuana causes accidents or impairs ability to drive or do anything else for that matter. Ignore the pot clowns, Colorado is a great place to get high, have fun, and drive when you have to.
Go with marijuana, just google anything related to marijuana and you will see the rising trends of those who know the use of the cannabis herb. We learned this weed that even race car drivers can drive high, and of course Cheech and Chong can do it, so, so can you! It’s 4:20…..blog comments powered by i420 & Disqus