Q: Can I smoke marijuana in my car?
A: Not when you’re driving.
Any form of marijuana consumption — from smoking to eating edibles — is still illegal while driving.
Q: Can I smoke marijuana as a passenger in a car?
A: No. That’s also illegal.
Q: Can I smoke in my car if it’s turned off?
A: Lawyers are advising to treat marijuana consumption like alcohol. So, no.
Q: Can I drive around with weed in my car?
While consuming marijuana is illegal while driving, transporting marijuana and marijuana products is not illegal. Individuals can have up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana on their person.
Q: Can I transport plants in my own car?
A: Most likely.
Similar to the way the law treats firearms or minors found with alcohol, the concept of “constructive possession” will also apply to marijuana
Q: What’s going to happen to my car insurance if I get in trouble?
A: Experts say a driving under the influence charge will cause a driver’s insurance rates to go up.
Q: Is there a legal limit for marijuana — like 0.08 for alcohol?
A: There is no legal limit for marijuana intoxication in Michigan. Any level of the active chemical in marijuana — tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — detected in the blood stream is enough for authorities to consider charges of driving under the influence