Drugged Driving

March 2017

Here are the most recent jurisdiction surveys related to drug- and alcohol-impaired driving. All of these surveys have additional questions that provide more information. The full details of each survey can be viewed in the AAMVA online survey tool.

SURVEY TOPIC: DRUG-IMPAIRED DRIVING & MONITORING TECHNOLOGY

30 respondents

To what extent is drug-impaired driving a problem in your jurisdiction?

We do not have enough data to understand the magnitude of the problem: 19

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We do not have enough data to understand the magnitude of the problem: 8

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We know it is a problem from our data, but it is not a priority for policy/programming: 3

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Does your jurisdiction currently have a program in place for drug-impaired drivers that involves the use of technology for ongoing monitoring and detection of drug use?

Yes, and we plan to continue the program: 1

Yes, and we plan to expand the program: 1

No, but we are interested in implementing such a program within the next five years (provided that the technology is available): 14

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No, and we have no plans to introduce a program within the next five years: 12

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No response: 2

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SURVEY TOPIC: COMBINATION DUI/DWI/OWI LEGISLATION

29 respondents

Does your state currently have enacted legislation explicitly addressing DUI/DWI/OWI combinations (drugs and alcohol)?

Yes: 17

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No: 12

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SURVEY TOPIC: CDL SUSPENSIONS FOR POSITIVE DRUG OR ALCOHOL TEST

28 respondents

Has your jurisdiction taken the additional step of canceling or suspending CDL licenses as a result of positive tests or refusals?

Yes: 9

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No: 19

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