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Always Drive Sober

Marijuana

Know The Facts

If you DRIVE HIGH you will get a DUI.

Know The Law

Any amount of marijuana consumption puts you at risk of driving impaired.

Nevada law (NRS 484C.110) specifies that drivers with 2 nanograms of active THC implies driving under the influence (DUI). However, law enforcement officers will base arrests on observed impairment.

Nevada law does not differentiate penalties for marijuana-impaired driving from alcohol-impaired driving. (NRS 484C.400)
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Source: Nevada DMV

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Help Save A Life

If you plan to consume marijuana, plan to stay safe:

 

If you are with an impaired family member, friend or colleague, save their life
by taking their keys and helping them make other arrangements to get home safely
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Designate a sober driver

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Call a ride share service, a taxi, or use public transit

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If you see an impaired driver on the road, call 911