Did you know that many medications may impair your ability to drive? See the list in this article to learn about medicines that could be dangerous for driving by affecting your ability to make decisions, your reaction time, and more.
Some drugs that could make it dangerous to drive include:
Medications can affect vision and perception, decision-making, reaction time, inability to stay focused, dizziness and maneuvering – making it a challenge to safely operate a vehicle, especially when a person first begins to take new medications.
Most common medications that interact with alcohol that effects driving:
Have questions about prescription medications and driving? Ask us, or find a New York State STOP-DWI local county resource.