High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

High Driving

Scientists Edge Closer to a Marijuana Breathalyzer

Recently published research has developed the concentration-effect relationship for THC in breath. While devices for on-the-spot measuring of THC in breath already exist, nobody knew exactly how much THC they needed to measure in order to determine if a person was stoned....

Will This Latest Roadside Drug Test End Up in the Hands of Police?

Most roadside tests for stoned driving in the United States currently involve a verbal assessment, and nothing equivalent to the Breathalyzer for alcohol exists yet for cannabis. A British company Oxtox has developed a disposable test for high driving, but is it good enou...

Researchers Develop App to Detect Stoned Drivers

Researchers at Arizona State University in Tempe have developed a smartphone app that could help determine whether someone is too stoned to drive a car. It can also enable police to identify impaired drivers.

Pot Breathalyzer Could Distinguish Users From Impaired Drivers

Over the past year, several tech companies have come forward with breathalyzers they claim can gauge marijuana impairment, but only one has argued the ability to distinguish between a regular user and a high driver.

Studies: Alcohol’s Role In Auto Accidents Far Greater Than That Of Cannabis

Alcohol remains far and away the most prevalent drug present in the blood of drivers involved in severe or fatal traffic accidents, according to a pair of recently published European studies.

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