With pedal error already the #1 identified cause of storefront crashes (accounting for as many as 46% of all incidents) and the "under the influence" identified at the #2 identified cause at over 20%, it is clear that there is a risk of increase in both these categories as more people "drive while high."
The California research figure is cited here:
The statistics on causes of storefront crashes is our own analytical data which can be found here:
What are your thoughts? Is this a risk management issue that is one of those "unintended consequences?"