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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is using specially designed Ford Focuses (an unexpected choice; we would have gone with the Nissan Leaf) to promote its “Drive High, Get a DUI” Campaign. The two vehicles are stationed at public events and designed with social media in mind; CDOT hopes that event attendees will take pictures of the cars and spread them on the Internet to increase exposure. So far, the cars have been spotted outside of concerts, sporting events, shopping malls and throughout the 4/20 celebrations held last month. The cars are essentially rolling hotboxes, with smoke machines and fans that blow the non-toxic, water-based smoke out of the cars’ windows. Passersby can look into the windows and see the message “Drive High, Get a DUI.” The foggy Focuses made their most recent appearance in Fort Collins during the America On Tap beer festival. Responsible Use Campaigns in Colorado “Drive High, Get a DUI” is just one of the many campaigns Colorado officials have used to warn of the dangers of driving high. The “Good To Know” campaign is another. It began earlier this year and utilizes taxes from marijuana sales in the state to produce educational ads informing Coloradoans about marijuana laws. Last year’s “Don’t Be a Lab Rat” campaign aimed at children warned of potential brain growth stunting in youths who use marijuana. Despite heightened awareness, drugged driving is still common in our state. If you have been pulled over and charged with a marijuana-related DUI, you should check out our DUI resources and speak with a legal professional about your options. DUI Matters – Denver Drunk Driving Lawyers

Foggy Focuses Promote Marijuana Safety in Colorado

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is using specially designed Ford Focuses (an unexpected choice; we would have gone with the Nissan Leaf) to promote its “Drive High, Get a DUI” Campaign. The two vehicles are stationed at public events and designed with social media in mind; CDOT hopes that event attendees will take pictures of the cars and spread them on the Internet to increase exposure. So far, the cars have been spotted outside of concerts, sporting events, shopping malls and throughout the 4/20 celebrations held last month.

The cars are essentially rolling hotboxes, with smoke machines and fans that blow the non-toxic, water-based smoke out of the cars’ windows. Passersby can look into the windows and see the message “Drive High, Get a DUI.”

The foggy Focuses appeared most recently in Fort Collins during the America On Tap beer festival.

Responsible Use Campaigns in Colorado

“Drive High, Get a DUI” is just one of the many campaigns Colorado officials have used to warn of the dangers of driving high. The “Good To Know” campaign is another. It began earlier this year and utilizes taxes from marijuana sales in the state to produce educational ads informing Coloradoans about marijuana laws. Last year’s “Don’t Be a Lab Rat” campaign aimed at children warned of potential brain growth stunting in youths who use marijuana.

Despite heightened awareness, drugged driving is still common in our state. Suppose you have been pulled over and charged with a marijuana-related DUI. You should check out our DUI resources and speak with a legal professional about your options.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Foggy Focuses has successfully carved its niche as a steadfast advocate for marijuana safety in the vibrant landscape of Colorado. Through innovative initiatives and a commitment to education, the business has played a pivotal role in fostering a culture of responsible cannabis consumption. By prioritizing safety measures, providing valuable information, and promoting community awareness, Foggy Focuses has not only established itself as a reliable source for cannabis-related products but has also contributed significantly to the broader conversation surrounding responsible marijuana use. As Colorado continues to navigate the evolving cannabis industry, Foggy Focuses stands as a beacon of responsible advocacy, ensuring that the benefits of marijuana can be enjoyed with a steadfast commitment to safety and well-being.

Do you have further questions or concerns? Call us or contact the attorneys at Thomas & Ahnell, LLC, and we will be happy to help.

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