Illegal Drug Driving To Be Clamped Down On

Sunday, 4. August 2013

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An issue that gets talked about a lot without a lot of perceived action is driving whilst under the influence of drugs, both illegal and prescription. Yet again the Government has announced a crackdown (excuse the pun) on those driving whilst under the influence of drugs.

The new rules will make it easier for the police to prosecute and target eight drugs including cocaine and cannabis as well as some drugs used in medicines. However, in the case of the latter the levels will be set sufficiently high so that people using them legitimately won’t get caught.

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The Department for Transport believes the likely increase in enforcement could see the number of annual casualties drop by 6%. The rules do not allow the police to pull over a driver for a random test, as they can do with drink driving, so the driver must have committed a traffic offence before he can be stopped and tested.

Transport Minister, Stephen Hammond, said ‘Drug driving ruins lives, so we are proposing a zero tolerance approach with those who drive under the influence of illegal drugs.’

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