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DRIVING LICENCES AND KNOWN USE OF LICIT AND ILLICIT DRUGS.
I 870340 IRRD 9505
DE-GIER-JJ (LIMBURG UNIV, THE NETHERLANDS)
JOURNAL OF TRAFFIC MEDICINE. 1995. 23(1) pp7-10 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ACCIDENT AND TRAFFIC MEDICINE (IAATM), PO BOX 1644, UPPSALA, S-751 46, SWEDEN 1995 0345-5564

Samenvatting This report determines whether and how authorities responsible for issuing and renewing driving licences in eight EC Member States (Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom) are in fact meeting their present obligation to ascertain applicants' lack of impairment due to the use of illicit drugs or drugs used for legitimate medicinal purposes. Specific attention was given to know whether those authorities plan to modify screening procedures in response to the new EC Council Directive 91/439/EEC of 29 July 1991. (A)
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