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Marijuana and driving laws in Michigan prohibit driving under the influence, consuming while driving and smoking in passenger compartment.
A legal THC limit is the amount of THC in a driver’s system that the law says is proof that the driver is engaged in marijuana-impaired driving.
There are only two states in the nation that have drowsy driving laws and Michigan is not one of them. Here are reasons why states should wake up to them.
Attorney Brandon Hewitt talks to WZZM of Grand Rapids about what people need to know about how to prevent driving under the influence of prescription drugs
After marijuana legalization in Colorado, Washington & Oregon, collision claims and police-reported crashes went up. Will the same thing happen in Michigan?
AAA-FTS study shows sleepy driving involved in 8-10 times more car accidents than U.S. government had estimated
Having a sober, designated driver tops MADD’s list for safe New Year’s Eve driving
Statistically, buckling up and driving sober are the two most important safe driving tips that motorists must follow during their holiday travels
The number of drunk driving car accidents spikes on Thanksgiving Eve. How to stay safe on and after ‘Blackout Wednesday’