Survey looks at teens who drive after marijuana, alcohol use

02/27/2012 | United Press International

A survey of 2,294 teens in 11th and 12th grades from 28 U.S. high schools revealed that 19% of teen drivers said they have driven under the influence of marijuana. Researchers noted that 36% of these drivers said that marijuana didn't distract them from driving. Meanwhile, the survey revealed that 13% of teens admitted driving under the influence of alcohol.

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