It was just a matter of time. Now that marijuana is legal in Colorado, the public service announcements are rolling out warning people not to drive stoned.
The official “Drive High, Get a DUI” campaign kicked off Monday by Colorado’s Department of Transportation, and while the warning applies to everyone, the ads are targeted to men aged 21 to 34 – featuring BBQ, TV and basketball.
Watch all three ads here via CDOTMedia:
H/T: Washington Post
Watch also: Video: Sheriff’s vehicle more obscene than bad language
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