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It's unsafe to drive if you take medication that impairs your driving ability.

Even though medicine is legal, it can affect your cognitive processing, reaction times and perception of reality. It can also make you more fatigued. It’s illegal to drive when impaired by any medication. This is because you risk causing death or serious injury to yourself and other people.

We’ve developed a range of resources to help determine if you’re safe to drive.