BRAZIL, February 2, 2024 – Maranhão is the third Brazilian state with the highest percentage of drivers qualified in categories C, D and E who have not yet met the toxicological test requirement, as established by Contran.
According to data from the National Traffic Secretariat (Senatran), released until January 26, only Piauí and Paraíba present a proportionally worse situation. Amazonas, Acre and São Paulo complete the list of the six states with the lowest percentage of drivers who have already taken the exam.
In absolute terms, São Paulo leads the ranking, with 335,822 drivers pending toxicological testing. This number represents 14.70% of the total number of drivers registered in categories C, D and E in the most populous state in Brazil.
The survey reveals that, across the country, 1,162,058 drivers in the aforementioned categories have had their toxicological test expired by more than 30 days.