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You shouldn't smoke weed and drive, but you really, really, really shouldn't drink and drive. That's the takeaway from a new study by the U.S. government, which found that driving while stoned is not even remotely as dangerous as driving drunk.
According to the study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, when you adjust for factors such as age, race and gender, there's barely any difference in driving stoned or sober when it comes to the risk of crashing.
The report does caution that the results “do not indicate that drug use by drivers is risk-free," and noted that there are limitations to this single study, which "need to be carefully considered before more definitive conclusions about drug use and crash risk can be reached. "