Independent report

Driving under the influence of drugs

Making recommendations on the drugs to be covered in the new drug driving offence and the limits to be set for each drug.

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Driving under the influence of drugs

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 24 April 2012 meeting

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 19 June 2012 meeting

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 23 July 2012 meeting

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 21 August 2012 meeting

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 18 September 2012

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 9 October 2012

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 26 October 2012

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Expert Panel on Drug Driving – approved minutes of 20 November 2012

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This independent expert panel report analyses research on drug driving and makes recommendations on the drugs to potentially be covered in the new drug driving offence and on the specified limits for each drug.

The government thanks the panel for their advice and later in the year will make specific proposals regarding the drugs to be specified in regulations for the new offence. These proposals will be subject to a public consultation. After taking account of any responses received, regulations containing the final proposals would then need to be approved by Parliament before they could become law.

  • Road safety statement by the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, 7 March 2013