WA is set to jack up its roadside drug-testing to truly draconian levels, so I'm wondering whether or not people are feeling the heat across the rest of the country. Bad enough that, unlike alcohol, there is still no definitive measure of sobriety for the drugs they test for. Who cares? All drugs are the same, right? If its in your system at all, you're screwed in so many mongrel ways. Never saw these problems in Canada or parts of the US and Europe last time I visited. All was calm and sensible there. Hats off to those fighting for drug reform here in Oz, but how do they plan to mitigate the reality of these laws when so many people drive? It seems like an ambush hiding in plain sight. I won't ramble on, but anyone interested can refer to a similar thread I started 5 years ago (minus the driving laws bit) that ended up being a hot potato no-one wanted to handle. The consequences of getting caught are still profound but the odds against not being pulled over and tested have narrowed considerably. So, if you are dependent on driving but still dabble or indulge, how are you dealing with it? Are you worried every time you get behind the wheel? Have you modified your 'recreational pursuits' or just caved-in and quit altogether? Have a say, if you have any thoughts. Stay safe.