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With the summer coming! "Please make sure that you don't leave any pet's in the car because of the heat it makes can turn your car in to an oven .
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Free UK Highway Code.
For Disabled Driver's. 

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Effects of drugs

Medical experts state that drugs can affect drivers in a number of ways, although research is still being carried out on the specific effects on individuals.


Cannabis can lead to impaired concentration and slower driver reaction times, impaired steering control and co-ordination and can induce feelings of drowsiness and disorientation.


This stimulant can result in drivers misjudging speed and stopping distances. It can give drivers a feeling of overconfidence, which can lead to aggressive driving and increased risk taking.


This also a stimulant and has hallucinogenic properties. Drivers can have distorted vision and their concentration is often affected. Drivers under the influence of “E” show a significant decrease in their awareness of road dangers.


This hallucinogenic drug can strongly influence a driver's senses.  They may react to objects or sounds that aren’t there, placing them and other road users in danger.


Opiates lead to slower reaction time, lethargy, sleepiness and impaired co-ordination.

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