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|Samenvatting||There is increasing evidence that cannabis users who drive while intoxicated put themselves and others at increased risk of motor vehicle crashes. Cannabis produces dose-related cognitive and behavioural impairments in laboratory and simulator studies [1–3]; cannabis users in surveys are more likely to report being involved in accidents than drivers who do not use the drug (e.g. [4,5]), and cannabis is the illicit drug detected most often in drivers who have been killed in motor vehicle crashes (see  for a review). (Author/publisher).|
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