Florida dmv drug and alcohol test answers

____ of manslaughters are due to alcohol
68%
71%
50%

Which of the following statements is true?
Drinking hot coffee can help a drinker sober up faster.
Taking a cold shower is effective for sobering up after someone has been drinking.
The only way to sober up after drinking is to wait for the liver and kidneys to process the alcohol.

The crash risk for teenage drivers ___________ with one, two, or three or more passengers.
decreases
remains about the same
increases incrementally

Most teens usually get high at parties.
True
False

In the event of an emergency, a motorcycle can stop:
More quickly than a car.
Less quickly than a car.
Equally as quickly as a car.

Prescription drugs __________
are always okay to take when driving as long as they are prescribed by a doctor.
may never be taken when driving.
may be illegal to take when driving.

The top excuse for not wearing your seat belt is
I am only going a short distance.
It is too tight.
I forgot

Stop signs are octagon-shaped.
True
False

Which of the following is not effected by alcohol?
IQ
Emotions
Sleep

The number on the Speed Limit sign is __________
the safest maximum speed for that road.
always at least 5 mph lower than what you can be ticketed for.
not applicable if the traffic is very light.

The condition in which a drug user’s body becomes so accustomed to a particular drug that it can only function normally if the drug is present is known as ___________.
compliance.
abstinence.
dependence.

Seeing the colored traffic lights at an intersection as festival or holiday decorations rather than a warning of impending danger is a symptom of __________
narcotics.
hallucinogens.
stimulants.

As a first-time offender convicted of DUI/OWI, you could face __________
50 hours of community service.
12 hours of D.U.I. traffic school.
both of the above.

While their rational of a drug user’s mind knows that they shouldn’t use it again, another part of the brain overrides such warnings.
True
False

The interaction of two drugs in such a way that the total effect is greater than the sum of the individual effects is called ___________
multiplication.
synergism.
drug activism.

You can maintain a proper following distance by
Always driving in the far right lane
Never exceeding the speed limit
Using the three second rule

LSD can make a person
Have illusions and hallucinations
Sleep better
Feel more perceptive

Getting cited for reckless driving will result in ____ points on your license.
Three
Four
Six

___________ year olds accounted for only 6.4 percent of the total number of drivers in the US but they made up 12 percent of all drivers involved in fatal crashes.
Fifteen to twenty
Twenty to thirty
Thirty to forty

Which of the following statements is true?
As a depressant, alcohol slows down reaction time.
As a muscle relaxant, alcohol makes it harder for the muscles to respond when needed.
Both A and B

Country roads _______________________
Are easy to drive as city streets
May require a different driving approach.
Are always wide open with very little danger from other users.

If you approach a railroad track where the gate has come down or lights are flashing, you should stop:
Before you are 50 feet from the track.
Between 15-50 feet from the track.
Within 6 feet of the track

If you find your brakes failing, which of the following should you NOT do?
Pump your brake pedal hard and fast.
Apply your parking brake sharply.
Rub your tires up against the curb to slow down.

The Cerebral Cortex is the highest portion of the brain
True
False

An aggressive driver is a person who drives:
A racecar
With a lack of courtesy
Slow in the fast lane

The best safety feature for preventing whiplash is the:
Seatbelt
Headrest
Airbag

Withdrawal is ____________________________
When a user stops taking drugs and the body fails to function normally because it has compensated for the drug
When a user abuses drugs
When a user stops taking one drug and starts taking another drug

Many people view drug and alcohol abuse as a social problem
True
False

In a single day ________ people’s lives are affected simply by driving a motor vehicle.
26,040
30,000
46,000

____ of assaults are due to alcohol
26%
62%
30%

You may face stiffer penalties from the court if your blood alcohol concentration is found to be higher than:
0.10
0.20
0.50

You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of:
Lying about ownership of your vehicle.
Driving 5 to 10 mph over the speed limit.
A child restraint violation.

In a serious collision there is a ____ chance of your car catching on fire.
0%
.04%
Greater Than 50%

Construction signs are normally:
White
Orange
Green

Alcohol affects the Limbic portion of the brain by __________
making your vision blurry.
relaxing your muscles.
affecting emotions and memory.

Country roads may require a different approach than driving in the city.
TRUE
FALSE

Getting cited for speeding 15 MPH or less over the speed limit will result in ____ points on your license.
Two
Three
Four

On the freeway, you are required to have your signal on for ______ feet before changing lanes
50
100
150



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  • ____ of manslaughters are due to alcohol
  • Which of the following statements is true?
  • The crash risk for teenage drivers ___________ with one, two, or three or more passengers.
  • Most teens usually get high at parties.
  • In the event of an emergency, a motorcycle can stop:
  • Prescription drugs __________
  • The top excuse for not wearing your seat belt is
  • Stop signs are octagon-shaped.
  • Which of the following is not effected by alcohol?
  • The number on the Speed Limit sign is __________
  • The condition in which a drug user’s body becomes so accustomed to a particular drug that it can only function normally if the drug is present is known as ___________.
  • Seeing the colored traffic lights at an intersection as festival or holiday decorations rather than a warning of impending danger is a symptom of __________
  • As a first-time offender convicted of DUI/OWI, you could face __________
  • While their rational of a drug user’s mind knows that they shouldn’t use it again, another part of the brain overrides such warnings.
  • The interaction of two drugs in such a way that the total effect is greater than the sum of the individual effects is called ___________
  • You can maintain a proper following distance by
  • LSD can make a person
  • Getting cited for reckless driving will result in ____ points on your license.
  • ___________ year olds accounted for only 6.4 percent of the total number of drivers in the US but they made up 12 percent of all drivers involved in fatal crashes.
  • Which of the following statements is true?
  • Country roads _______________________
  • If you approach a railroad track where the gate has come down or lights are flashing, you should stop:
  • If you find your brakes failing, which of the following should you NOT do?
  • The Cerebral Cortex is the highest portion of the brain
  • An aggressive driver is a person who drives:
  • The best safety feature for preventing whiplash is the:
  • Withdrawal is ____________________________
  • Many people view drug and alcohol abuse as a social problem
  • In a single day ________ people’s lives are affected simply by driving a motor vehicle.
  • ____ of assaults are due to alcohol
  • You may face stiffer penalties from the court if your blood alcohol concentration is found to be higher than:
  • You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of:
  • In a serious collision there is a ____ chance of your car catching on fire.
  • Construction signs are normally:
  • Alcohol affects the Limbic portion of the brain by __________
  • Country roads may require a different approach than driving in the city.
  • Getting cited for speeding 15 MPH or less over the speed limit will result in ____ points on your license.
  • On the freeway, you are required to have your signal on for ______ feet before changing lanes