The chances of an accident increase if a driver is under the influence of

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  • a cup of coffee.
  • a cup of tea.
  • alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription medications.


Alcohol, some illegal drugs, some prescription medications, and some over-the-counter medications can cause drowsiness, sedation, or impaired coordination, which may impair your ability to drive. If you are unsure of the effects of a particular medication, check the warning label or ask your pharmacist or doctor.

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