Interesting article for all us cyclists who've ever shouted at a motorist "Are you HIGH?"
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - As the Christmas party season ramps up, there is good news and bad news in the fight against impaired driving.
The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse has released preliminary numbers for the year in BC.
They show fewer people are driving drunk, but more drivers are testing positive for drugs.
Almost one in five drivers on the road at night are impaired by drugs, alcohol, or both.
The BCAA Traffic Safety Foundation says there's a perception that drugs like marijuana and prescription meds don't affect driver performance, which isn't true.