Substance Impaired Driving

In 2013, an estimated 1.16 million people were arrested for driving under the influence, and over 10,000 people died as a result of substance-impaired driving crashes.  While recent trends indicate that alcohol-impaired driving is declining,  a growing body of evidence suggests driving under the influence of other drugs is becoming an increasing threat to motorists on the road.

Drunken Driving
Drunken Driving

AAA encourages you to learn more about the dangers of impaired driving and how to prevent it. Read More »

Medications and Driving

Usually when people think of impaired driving, they think of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or illicit drugs. Impairment can also be caused by medications such as prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs used to treat pain, cold symptoms, and allergies. Some medications, when taken alone or in combination, can have the same impairing effects as alcohol or illicit drugs. Read More »

Drugged Driving

In 2013, an estimated 1.16 million people were arrested for driving under the influence, and over 10,000 people died as a result of substance-impaired driving crashes. While recent trends indicate that alcohol-impaired driving is declining, a growing body of evidence suggests driving under the influence of other drugs is becoming an increasing threat to motorists on the road. Read More »