Cannabis, commonly referred to as Marijuana, is an illicit drug with a throng of users worldwide. Despite the fact that its detrimental effects outdo beneficial impacts, it is still undisputed that cannabis is the most used drug. Talking about detrimental effects, with specific interest in drivers, the use of cannabis can be fatal. On the one hand, the direct effects range from impaired judgment, delayed reaction, to poor motor coordination. Indirectly, on the other hand, the use of marijuana is, among other causes, the major cause of fatal road accidents. Studies from emergencies from various hospitals as well as care centers indicate that most drivers who were/are involved in grisly road accidents tested positive for tetrahydrocannabinol – THC. Tetrahydrocannabinol is the substance in marijuana responsible for the cause of the aforementioned direct effects. The drivers are, therefore, found to be responsible for the accidents caused. Our definite interest is how a driver could be affected by the use of marijuana to an extent of causing an accident.
Firstly, when the driver’s judgment is impaired, it means that the driver cannot clearly discern the right way of driving. The driver is unable to perspicuously visualize their driveway, or even the driving speed. The result is either driving on the wrong side of the road, or overspeeding, which leads to accidents. Once the driver is in a state of uncertainty as a result of smoking pot, they may even overtake carelessly, putting his/her own life and/or the lives of passengers as well as pedestrians at stake. Impaired judgment can be as a result of just a few puffs of marijuana or even worse, intensively smoking.
Poor motor coordination is yet another effect of smoking cannabis. Drivers are one of the groups of people that need perfect motor coordination while at work. The steps involved in driving are almost entirely dependent on how well a driver coordinates the activities. If a step is wrongly engaged, done incompletely or skipped, a vehicle is susceptible to an accident. We know that engaging a clutch, a brake, an accelerator, or even shifting between gears is simply nothing more than coordination. No driver does this better than one who is sober or one who is not under the influence of any drug whatsoever. Once an automobilist smokes marijuana, one or two of the aforementioned driving steps may be flouted. The result is always perilous.
On delayed reaction time, a driver simply takes a vital step too late. Engaging a brake just before a speed hump, for instance, may come after the vehicle has already passed it. If the vehicle was on high speed, it is almost definite that there will be an accident. A driver may also delay engaging the right gear. We have heard of vehicles which start reversing on an uphill course. Such vehicles normally plunge into ditches resulting in accidents. It is basically due to delayed reaction time. In most cases, this will happen with drivers who are under the influence of smoking cannabis.
Unfortunately, most drivers who have a history of smoking marijuana have developed a prevalence of taking large amounts to contain the tolerance developed by their bodies.
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