Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

The Effects of Psychoactive Prescription Drugs on Driving (Report)

Examines how psychoactive prescription drugs, such as cocaine, cannabis and methamphetamine, can adversely affect the cognitive and motor functions of drivers. This report summarizes scientific literature and epidemiological evidence to identify approaches to enhance the safety of drivers who use psychoactive prescription drugs.

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