Driving High is Driving Impaired
Don't drive on grass. When you’re under the influence of marijuana and choose to drive, your decision can affect countless people. Keep Florida roads safe. Never drive impaired.
Did you know...
Florida's Marijuana Impairment Law
- Unlike alcohol, there is no specific impairment limit with marijuana.
- Marijuana affects everyone differently and can remain in a person's system much longer than alcohol.
- The Florida Highway Patrol, Edgewood Police Department and law enforcement officers statewide are trained to spot signs of impaired driving, and are constantly monitoring roadways to keep everyone safe.