When it comes to the perils of cannabis and driving, there’s a lot to take into consideration.

In an illegal state, getting caught with cannabis in the car can easily earn you a possession charge. Consumers in legal states face risks as well; charges of driving under the influence of cannabis can occur regardless of whether or not the driver is impaired.

Many tests to detect THC levels in one’s system don’t account for the length of time cannabis metabolites remain in human cells, which means a driver may not have consumed cannabis in weeks but can still retain enough THC in their body to be found guilty of a DUI.

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Lisa Rough ~ Leafly.com

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