Drugged driving is impaired driving and includes:
- Illegal drugs
- Some prescription (and over-the-counter) medications
Oklahoma’s Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUI-D) per se law prohibits anyone with any amount of any Schedule I substance in their system from operating a motor vehicle.
These substances include but are not limited to:
- Opiates and opiate derivatives like morphine
- Synthetic cannabinoids
You can learn more about how illegal drugs, marijuana and prescription medications can impact driving ability in the tabs on the left.
If you, or anyone you know, are in need of mental health and substance abuse services, please visit the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.
Drugged driving is still impaired driving. Read more on ENDUI Oklahoma.
In addition to Oklahoma’s Driving Under the Influence of Drugs law, the laws around impaired driving still apply. Read more here.
Driving impaired is no joke. Together, we can ENDUI. Watch more of our ENDUI videos here.