More than 60% of people surveyed think the Canadian legal system is unprepared to deal with people who drive under the influence of marijuana. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

(Bloomberg) — Almost half of weed-smoking Canadian drivers say that they can safely operate a vehicle while stoned.

Among Canadians who have driven under the influence of marijuana, 44% don’t think it impacts their ability to drive safely, according to a report Tuesday by State Farm. That compares with 42% who acknowledge a difference and 14% who don’t know.

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