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Prescriptions and intoxicated driving

Most drivers are well aware of the fact that it is illegal to drive after drinking too much or while intoxicated due to hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine. What some do not realize is that prescription medication and even some over-the-counter medicine can affect a driver's ability to safely operate their vehicle. Moreover, if someone drives while they are intoxicated due to prescription drugs, they may be pulled over and they could face some harsh consequences. Not only is it pivotal to avoid driving if there is any possibility you may be impaired due to prescription drugs, but you should examine your legal options if you ever find yourself in this spot.

Vaping while driving

There are a number of risk factors which cause many car accidents, from ice on roadways to drunk driving. It is important to be aware of the fact that many different behaviors can result in distracted driving, some of which are especially popular among younger drivers. Moreover, there are many more ways in which drivers become intoxicated, losing their ability to concentrate on the road or drive safely. For example, vaping has become popular among many people and this behavior can both distract and inebriate someone who is trying to drive a vehicle. Whether you vape regularly or have a child who likes to vape, it is important to be aware of the risks associated with this behavior while driving.

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