Drugs and driving: the Finnish perspective.

@article{Lillsunde2005DrugsAD,
  title={Drugs and driving: the Finnish perspective.},
  author={Pirjo M. Lillsunde and Teemu Gunnar},
  journal={Bulletin on narcotics},
  year={2005},
  volume={57 1-2},
  pages={213-29}
}
Drugs can cause behavioural impairment of the driver's ability to operate safely That impairment of driving ability can be documented, and biological fluids can be tested for drugs. Most countries have legislation that covers driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Some countries have introduced zero-tolerance laws (per se laws), which prohibit the operation of a motor vehicle while an illicit drug or its metabolite is present in the body, whether or not impairment is manifested… CONTINUE READING

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