Driving High In Washington

One of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, Washington doesn't forget that it can cause dangerous driving conditions.

Driving High In Washington

Washington, along with Colorado in late 2012, legalized recreational marijuana. Despite the timing, both states have different consequences for drivers caught under the influence. Both states have the same legal DUI limit, but fundamentally Washington's punishments seem to be a lot worse.

Washington, as you can see, adopts home monitoring after a second and third offense, along with a driver's license suspension. Take a moment to look at the consequences of being caught driving under the influence of marijuana in Washington to avoid being strung-out while you're loaded in the back of a squad car.

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