MSPs to consider ‘zero-tolerance’ limit on drug-driving


A new zero-tolerance limit for drug-driving and the introduction of roadside testing is to be considered by MSPs. It would see limits set on eight drugs most associated with illegal use where any claims of accidental exposure can be ruled out. Drugs associated with medical use would also have limits based on impairment and risk to road safety. Community safety minister Ash Denham will give evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee on Tuesday morning.

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