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Drug test call

FINDINGS that more than a third of motorists who drive after taking illegal drugs pass roadside sobriety tests has led to calls for roadside drug-testing equipment to be rolled out.

The RAC Foundation says the research, produced by Glasgow University, calls into question whether the current ‘Field Impairment Tests’ are effective and believes technology could be the answer.

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