It's Time to Stop Drug Driving

Motor Accident Commission

The frequency of drug driving related fatalities is rising in South Australia. Around 24% of those killed in road crashes over the last two years returned positive tests. Drug driver detection rates are also rising with positive results being returned in around 9% of tests. These statistics indicated a compelling need to provide information around the length of time drugs stay in your system and can be detected by police drug driving tests. This campaign was created to educate people about these detection times, stop drug driving and prevent drug related fatalities on our roads.