Drug And Alcohol Permit Test Questions and answers

1. You should check your tire pressure __________.
Never
Every week
Only every six months
Every day

2. Most people who drove after the use of drugs were using __________.
Sedatives
Pain Killers
Antihistamines
Narcotics

3. True or False: A 24 year old motorcycle driver would not be required to wear protective eyewear when riding in Florida.
True
False

4. Alcohol can increase __________.
Fatigue
Headlights
Reaction time
Speed

5. At four-way stops, the ______ vehicle to stop should move forward first.
Fourth
Third
First
Second

6. Unless otherwise posted, in Florida the speed limit in business or residential areas is:
35 mph
20 mph
30 mph
25 mph

7. When driving in rain the road becomes the most slippery:
After it has rained for 20 minutes
Just after the rain quits
Right after it starts to rain
When the wind is blowing at least 25 mph

8. ______________ will slow down alcohol absorption.
Food in the large intestine
Being happy and relaxed
Food in the stomach that is high in protein
Sleeping well

9 True or False: If necessary, your blood may be drawn in DUI cases involving serious bodily injury or death by authorized medical personnel with the use of reasonable force by the arresting officer, even if you, as the driver, refuse.
True
False

10. The proper positioning of a head restraint can reduce injuries to your:
Head
Neck
Jaw area
Lumbar area

11. Unless otherwise posted, in Florida, the speed limit for most municipal areas is __________.
30 mph
25 mph
40 mph
45 mph

12. Alcohol, or any other drug which reduces the supply of oxygen in the bloodstream, can impair the sensitivity of the cones which, in turn____________.
Makes parking more difficult
Compensates for the lack of street lights on country roads
Makes oncoming headlights seem especially dull
Reduces the visual acuity or sharpness

13. Which of the following is the correct minimum coverage that you must have for Bodily Injury Liability for two or more persons?
$10,000
$15,000
$5,000
$20,000

14. Across the U.S., alcohol-related crashes take the lives of our friends or family every _____________ minutes.
45
32
62
15


15. __________ is defined as a state of periodic or chronic impairment detrimental to the individual and society.
Abuse
Addiction
Use
A hangover

16. Most skids are caused by drivers traveling ____________________.
In the wrong direction
On a grassy surface
In a reckless manner
Too fast for conditions


17. What is the average alcohol content of beer by volume?
4.70%
5.00%
4.90%
4.80%

18. Different beverages may be absorbed at slightly different rates because of __________.
The drinker's size
The drink's size
The drink's chemical make-up
The time of day

19. Where could you legally park in the state of Florida?
In front of a driveway
Within 30 feet of any flashing signal, stop sign, or traffic signal
Within 10 feet of a railroad crossing
Next to a curb in a residential neighborhood

20. How many days does a driver have to request a formal or informal review of the suspension?
2 days after the date of issuance
30 days after the date of issuance
14 days after the date of issuance
10 days after the date of issuance

21. Alcohol in excess of ________-proof will absorb more slowly because it irritates the stomach.
30
50
60
40

22. True or False: Alcohol has to be broken down by the digestive system.
True
False


23. About one in __________ young drivers believes using recreational drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, speed, or ecstasy does not affect their driving.
Ten
Seven
Five
Eight

24. If you see an emergency vehicle approaching either from the front or rear you should:
Stop right where you are
Speed up and out run the emergency vehicle
Let the vehicle pass then match their speed
Pull over to the curb and stop

25. True or False: Barbiturates are among the most widely used depressant drugs in our society.
True
False
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