Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over.

Impaired Driving

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While the effects of alcohol and cannabis can make you feel relaxed or invincible, they can significantly impair the cognitive functioning necessary for safe driving.

The stats don’t lie—did you know that a whopping 47% of motor vehicle fatalities in Illinois involve alcohol? It’s a sobering reminder of why responsible drinking matters.

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Know the legal limit. In Illinois, it’s illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 percent or higher. Always plan ahead for your sober ride home.

Blood Alcohol Calculator

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Remember, everyone metabolizes alcohol at their own pace, and factors like the type of drink and your body weight play a big role in determining your BAC. One or two beers will affect you differently than your friend.

Drive High, Get a DUI

Marijuana slows your reaction time, impairs coordination and limits your ability to make decisions. It affects the part of the brain that controls body movement, balance and coordination and can impair judgment and memory.

Different forms of marijuana vary in potency and cause different effects depending on the strain.

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