Ford's Drug Driving Suit aims to highlight the dangers of driving after taking cannabis, cocaine and heroin.
Drug Driving Suit simulates the unique way that drugs other than alcohol can impair driver ability.
Special designed goggles feature polarising lenses with LED lights will make the wearer see the world in double while also blurring it, heavy weights and bulky padding placed strategically around the limbs limit mobility and slow down response times and headphones muffle sounds around them, meaning it is harder to detect hazards.
"Driving after taking illegal drugs can have potentially fatal consequences for the driver, their passengers, and other road users. We have already seen first-hand the eye-opening effect that our Drink Driving Suit has had on those who wear it behind the wheel, and are confident that our new Drug Driving Suit will have a similar impact," said Jim Graham, manager of the Ford Driving Skills for Life program.
The Drug Driving Suit will become a part of Ford's Driving Skills for Life program, which educates young drivers about road safety and the dangers of driving under the influence.