The drug driving limits that have been introduced for legal medications are intended to allow law abiding motorists to continue to drive despite any ongoing need to take medication. The same cannot be said for a number of illegal substances and zero tolerance drugs if found in a driver’s system.
The government’s stance towards the illegal substances they have identified is nothing short of “Zero Tolerance” and if even a minuscule amount of these substances is detected, it will make no difference to argue that your driving was not impaired in any way.
On the following pages we have provided more free information about the various drugs, their effects, and how long they are likely to stay in your system after taking them.
There are a multitude of unique case strategies we can apply to defend a drug driving case to ensure you are not convicted. Alternatively, if you wish to plead guilty but minimise the penalty you face, we are able to offer a number of packages to suit all budgets with our guilty plea options.