Driving High In Colorado

Colorado has always been at the forefront of legalizing marijuana, but that doesn't mean it won't cost you something if you're caught behind the wheel.

Driving High In Colorado

Colorado and Washington have been the longstanding advocates for legalized Marijuana. Both states deemed it legal in November 2012, however, both have vastly different consequences for driving under the influence.

The result of being caught driving under reefer influence in Colorado appears so light that it's the equivalent of the state government sitting you down in your room, looking you in the eye and expressing its motherly disappointment. It's crushing yes, but it's certainly not anything that's going to ruin your life, as long as you don't get caught three times. It's not all fun and games in Colorado though, as accidents linked to high drivers have more than doubled since 2012. Take a look at what Colorado has to offer and decide if your trip might render your life wasted.

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