DUICDriving Under the Influence of Cannabis
DUICDerivative Unit Identification Code
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9]-tetrahydrocannabinol; DUIC, driving under the influence of cannabis; RT, reaction time; THCCOOH, 11-nor-9-carboxy-THC; OR, odds ratio; BAC, blood alcohol content; FARS, Fatality Analysis Reporting System; CTI, clinical test for impairment; CT, critical tracking; DAT, divided-attention task; SDLP, SD of lateral position; DWI, driving while intoxicated.
DUIC is more common among people who also drive drunk (70).
Examining cannabis consumption rather than DUIC has generally produced nonsignificant or lower odds ratios (ORs) than targeting DUIC.
Colorado, which legalized medical marijuana in 2000, has seen increased numbers of DUIC cases and is considering a 5-ng/mL blood THC per se law.
Past-year self-reported collision involvement was examined in three groups (no DUIA or DUIC, either DUIA or DUIC, both DUIA and DUIC).
No previous studies have examined collision risk among people who self-report both DUIA and DUIC.