Motorists who get behind the wheel with illicit drugs in their system, including ice, are the target of a TAC campaign.

Double Bus highlights that booze buses also test for drugs, including stimulants such as methamphetamines (ice and speed), and is a reminder to road users that if they drive on drugs they will be caught.

In the last five years, approximately 37 per cent of all drivers and motorcyclists who died on Victorian roads had drugs in their system, with cannabis and stimulants the most common substances detected.

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