About Drugs and Driving

Drugs and Driving is a collaborative project led by the Centre for Addictions Research of BC (University of Victoria) and 7th Floor Media (Simon Fraser University). The project is designed to promote literacy about the impact of alcohol and other drugs on driving and to engage young people in creating healthy communities. Production of this site has been made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada. The project partners include BC Ministry of Health, BCAA Road Safety Foundation, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, and ICBC. The specific objectives are:

The program involves this website with interactive learning activities, a learning resource to support classroom activities in Planning 10 and a guide to support complementary activities in the community.

The Good to Go? mobile app

Drugs and Driving also includes the mobile app Good to Go?, which is available for iOS devices. Good to Go? enables young drivers to learn about the effects of various impairments on their driving in an entertaining and engaging way. The Good to Go? quiz estimates the effects of a userís substance intake and emotional state on their driving ability, then demonstrates those effects through short descriptions and animations.

Download the iOS app here.

To comment on the app, ask questions or make suggestions, contact

Links to BC Curriculum

This classroom module addresses the following prescribed learning outcomes (PLOs) in Planning 10

Health, Healthy Living

Health, Health Information

Health Decisions

Health, Healthy Relationships

Graduation Program, Job Seeking and Job Keeping

Graduation Program, Employment Standards and Workplace Safety

What is involved in being a pilot school?

Pilot schools agree to:

For further information contact