Drugged Driving Data Is Of Limited Use, New Report Finds

Drugged driving is receiving increased attention on the national level, but most state data currently available is of limited use to help combat the threat, a new report has found. “At a time when we are seeing a growing problem associated with drugged driving it is essential we invest in actions to provide better “data” so we can develop evidence based solutions,” Peter Kissinger, president and chief executive of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a nonprofit research and education association, said in an email to Forbes.

Original: Forbes Real Time