Now that weed is legal in Colorado and Washington state, people are starting to ask the important questions like, “how high can I be and still drive?”
Legally? Not very. Washington has set the legal limit of impairment at 5 nanograms per millilitre of blood. We’re not sure how chronic CNN’s hookup is, but 56-year-old Jeff exceeded the limit by four times after smoking only 0.3 grams.
Practically? The driving instructor reported adequate driving skills at over seven times the legal limit. Even after nearly a gram, medical marijuana user Addy was still relatively in control, though less-seasoned Jeff acknowledged he’d “prefer not” to be behind the wheel.
Regardless of any drugs’ legal status in your jurisdiction, DailyXY encourages you to drive sober or, at least, don’t stop in bat country.