Florida dmv drug and alcohol test answers

Motor vehicle crashes are ___________ for 15- to 20-year-olds
the leading cause of death
statistically low
the reason insurance rates are so low

To avoid over driving your headlights, __________
cool your headlights periodically by switching to your parking lights.
make sure you can stop in the distance you see ahead of you.
use your high beams whenever you drive at night.

Withdrawal from barbiturates and alcohol have a greater risk of death
True
False

There are about _________ drivers in the United States
200 Million
250 Million
194 Million

If you accumulate too many points on your license, it will be:
Canceled
Suspended
Revoked

Depressants are very similar to the effects of alcohol
True
False

Many cough medicines are alcohol based:
True
False

Tolerance can cause an overdose
True
False

54% of teenage motor vehicle crashes occur on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
TRUE
FALSE

If you are in a rear-wheel skid, you must release your brakes and turn your steering wheel
Into the direction of the skid
Opposite direction of the skid
Keep your steering wheel straight

There are about ________ licensed drivers here in Florida
170 million
200 million
15 million

A Hospital sign is an example of a _____ sign.
Regulatory
Warning
Guide

Hand-held communication devices are dangerous because ___________
they force you to take your eyes off the road.
they force you to take your mind off of the important task of concentrating on the road ahead.
both of the above

Being in a crash at 30 MPH has the equivalent force of being dropped off a four story building.
TRUE
FALSE

___________ is a very dangerous emotional state.
Anger
Happiness
Frustration

For saving lives, what is the most important safety feature on a car?
Air bag
Safety Belt
Anti-lock brakes

When attempting to pass another car safely, you should always exceed the posted speed limit.
True
False

In 2008, more than __________ percent of the 15- to 20-year-old drivers involved in fatal crashes had been drinking.
10
20
40

Each year over 37,000 people die in car crashes.
TRUE
FALSE

Driving a motor vehicle is __________
the constitutional right of every citizen.
a privilege.
the law.

Barbiturates are a ______________
Stimulant
Depressant
Narcotic

Trucks __________
have a larger blind spot.
are easy to stop in case of emergency.
can easily see your car.

Alcohol affects brain cells, your liver, stomach, and kidneys.
TRUE
FALSE

Females don’t digest alcohol as quickly as males, so they are affected more easily than males.
True
False

Alcohol is a gateway drug
True
False

A drug user who reports “hearing” colors and “seeing” sounds has most likely used ___________
LSD.
speed.
stimulants.

About ___________percent of those who try in any one year to quit smoking cigarettes on their own actually succeed.
seven
twenty one
forty nine

Which of the following is a narcotic?
Marijuana
Heroin
Cocaine

You can legally pass on the right
Using the exit lane on the freeway.
When the car to the left is making a left turn and you have a lane to pass.
When there is an open parking lane with no cars parked there.

Withdrawal from heavy barbiturate or alcohol use after a very long period of use has a high risk of death.
True
False

People who get more tickets __________
get in more collisions.
started driving at an earlier age.
have red cars.

Each year, over _______ million collisions occur.
3
5
10

How much time will you save on a ten mile trip if you travel at 60 mph rather than at 55 mph?
Less than one minute
More than two minutes.
More than five minutes.

A parking brake system is not required if your service brakes are fully functional.
TRUE
FALSE

Most collisions are caused by __________
drivers falling asleep at the wheel.
road Rage.
driver’s attitude.

Less than half of teens have tried marijuana in their lifetimes.
True
False

One drink means
shot of 80 proof alcohol
one beer
Either of the above.



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  • Motor vehicle crashes are ___________ for 15- to 20-year-olds
  • To avoid over driving your headlights, __________
  • Withdrawal from barbiturates and alcohol have a greater risk of death
  • There are about _________ drivers in the United States
  • If you accumulate too many points on your license, it will be:
  • Depressants are very similar to the effects of alcohol
  • Many cough medicines are alcohol based:
  • Tolerance can cause an overdose
  • 54% of teenage motor vehicle crashes occur on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • If you are in a rear-wheel skid, you must release your brakes and turn your steering wheel
  • There are about ________ licensed drivers here in Florida
  • A Hospital sign is an example of a _____ sign.
  • Hand-held communication devices are dangerous because ___________
  • Being in a crash at 30 MPH has the equivalent force of being dropped off a four story building.
  • ___________ is a very dangerous emotional state.
  • For saving lives, what is the most important safety feature on a car?
  • When attempting to pass another car safely, you should always exceed the posted speed limit.
  • In 2008, more than __________ percent of the 15- to 20-year-old drivers involved in fatal crashes had been drinking.
  • Each year over 37,000 people die in car crashes.
  • Driving a motor vehicle is __________
  • Barbiturates are a ______________
  • Trucks __________
  • Alcohol affects brain cells, your liver, stomach, and kidneys.
  • Females don’t digest alcohol as quickly as males, so they are affected more easily than males.
  • Alcohol is a gateway drug
  • A drug user who reports “hearing” colors and “seeing” sounds has most likely used ___________
  • About ___________percent of those who try in any one year to quit smoking cigarettes on their own actually succeed.
  • Which of the following is a narcotic?
  • You can legally pass on the right
  • Withdrawal from heavy barbiturate or alcohol use after a very long period of use has a high risk of death.
  • People who get more tickets __________
  • Each year, over _______ million collisions occur.
  • How much time will you save on a ten mile trip if you travel at 60 mph rather than at 55 mph?
  • A parking brake system is not required if your service brakes are fully functional.
  • Most collisions are caused by __________
  • Less than half of teens have tried marijuana in their lifetimes.
  • One drink means