TREDS - Cannabis and Driving- A Guide for Clinicians and Pharmacists
Driving under the inﬂuence of any impairing substance is a major cause of motor vehicle crashes. Cannabis can affect driving-related skills, such as response time and the ability to divide attention. Cannabis use is increasing nationwide: a 2014 survey by the CDC found that there were 7,000 new cannabis users every day. Although the impact of acute cannabis use on driving is not clear, it is important that you and your patients understand the facts related to cannabis use and the potential effects on driving.