Inqboard: Alcohol and marijuana consumption is related to risky driving and passenger behaviours in youth

From 2014 to 2015, a team of researchers looked at the personal and environmental characteristics of grade 9-12 students living in Canada that are associated with “risky driving.” They administered the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Survey to 24,650 students in schools across Canada.

This Inqboard infographic looks at the research findings, looking at situations where individuals were driving under the influence of either alcohol or cannabis, and where individuals were passengers of a driver who was under the influence of either alcohol or cannabis.

Download the infographic. You can also read this Research Snapshot for a plain-language summary of this research.