Behind the Scenes: Suited for Danger

Investigative reporter Ally Donnelly tested Ford's "Drugged Driving Suit" which allows teens to feel what it could be like to drive high.

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Teens test their skills against Ford's "Drugged Driving Suit." The suit lets them feel what it could be like to drive high.
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Teens test their skills against Ford's "Drugged Driving Suit." The suit lets them feel what it could be like to drive high.
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Investigative reporter Ally Donnelly suits up to road test Ford's drugged driving suit
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16-year-old Connor Barry is all smiles as he gets behind the wheel to test his skills in an impaired driving course. The instructor does not look quite as thrilled.
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Massachusetts and Rhode Island state troopers watch as a teen misses the line in a field sobriety test.
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Massachusetts state police trooper Bill Robertson conducts a field sobriety test after teen dons ford's drugged driving suit.
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With no widely accepted roadside drug test, law-enforcement relies on field sobriety tests to get drugged drivers off the road.
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Ally Donnelly gears up with Ford’s drugged driving suit. Ankle weights simulate slow reaction time, goggles give double vision, a glove simulates tremors and headphones play distracting music.
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A vibrating glove simulates tremors, making it more difficult to drive impaired.
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