The deadly warning 30% of us are choosing to ignore

THREE in 10 Queensland drivers admit to ignoring medical and pharmaceutical warnings and driving after taking prescription drugs, according to research released by RACQ Insurance.

RACQ executive manager insurance communications Mike Sopinski said the research showed, despite warning labels advising them of the dangers, many Queenslanders had driven while under the influence of prescription drugs.

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