TLSAE Course / Florida Learner's Permit, Drug and Alcohol Test

1. Girls who drink are more susceptible to sexual assault.
A. True
B. False

2. The third thing alcohol affects is ______________
A. reaction time.
B. vision.
C. judgment.

3. ______________ keep people from doing things they know are dangerous
A. Inhibitions
B. Individual personalities
C. Neither of the above

4. When people become addicted to alcohol or drugs, there is a cost in __________
A. loss of trust among family members.
B. loss of friendships.
C. Both A and B

5. Which of the following statements is false? Your driving record __________
A. can be checked by your insurance company.
B. cannot be accessed by anyone except the an official public agency.
C. keeps track of all your tickets and crashes.

6. LSD can make a person _____________
A. have illusions and hallucinations.
B. sleep better.
C. feel more perceptive.

7. The brain plays no role in addiction.
8. Which of the following is NOT a big concern when driving on country roads?
A. Slow-moving farm equipment
B. Livestock
C. High Occupancy Lanes

9. If a person’s body becomes so accustomed to a particular drug that it can only function normally if the drug is present, that person is _______________ the drug.
A. dependent on
B. tolerant of
C. reliant on

10. ___________ happens when people cross that line and drink or use drugs at a level that causes problems in one or more areas of their lives.
A. Alcoholism
B. Complications
C. Abuse

11. Drugs such as Codeine and Morphine are ________________
A. depressants.
B. hallucinogens.
C. narcotics.

12. White or Red signs __________________
A. indicate.
B. regulate.
C. direct.

13. Gateway drugs are normally not addictive.
A. True
B. False

14. A disadvantage of driving a motorcycle is that ______________________
A. you cannot stop as quickly as a car.
B. you have less protection in a collision.
C. either A or B

15. White lines are always solid, never broken.

16. 458. There is the same amount of alcohol in a glass of wine, can of beer and a shot of liquor.

17. The ability to obtain a driver’s license and drive a car is a _________________
A. right.
B. privilege.
C. Neither of the above.

18. Your total stopping distance includes ___________________
A. the distance traveled in feet before your foot hits the brake.
B. the total distance required to bring your car to a full stop.
C. Both A and B

19. Those addicted to drugs and alcohol should be able to easily quit their drug use if they just make a decision to quit.
A. True
B. False

20. Even one drink can make you an unsafe driver.

21. To be safe, you should ____________________
A. always reduce your speed at an intersection.
B. reduce your speed at an intersection if there is a flashing yellow light,
C. reduce your speed at an intersection if there is a traffic light.

22. Although the “perception” is that everyone is using alcohol and drugs, the statistics show they are not.
A. True
B. False

23. At 55 mph it will take you approximately _________ feet to stop the car.
A. 5 feet
B. 100 feet
C. 228 feet

24. Most collisions are caused by _________________
A. drivers falling asleep at the wheel.
B. road Rage.
C. driver’s attitude.

25. You can counteract the depressant effects of alcohol by taking a stimulant.
A. True
B. False

26. The maximum speed limit for a school zone in Florida is ____________________
A. 15 m.p.h. unless otherwise marked.
B. usually 10 m.p.h. but never higher than 25 m.p.h.
C. usually 20 m.p.h. but never higher than 25 m.p.h.

27. The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than $ ____________ per year for every man, woman and child in the United States.
A. 50
B. 100
C. 200

28. _____________ are the leading cause of death for 15- to 20-year-olds
A. Suicides
B. Motor vehicle crashes
C. Gunshot wounds

29. Most addicts started using their drug of choice with the intention of becoming a drug addict.
A. True
B. False

30. Many blind pedestrians are hit from behind as they cross the street by _______________ when the driver just wasn’t paying close enough attention to the road.
A. drivers who are speeding
B. cars that are turning a corner
C. drivers who were adjusting their radio

31. A driver can be charged with DUI for driving while under the influence of an over-the-counter cold medication.
A. True
B. False

32. You can get a DUI from _______________
A. aspirin.
B. vitamins.
C. cough medicine.

33. If you are involved in a skid, what should you NEVER do?
A. Ease your foot off the gas pedal.
B. Try to maintain control of the vehicle.
C. Slam on the brakes.

34. As long as narcotics are prescribed by a doctor, their use will not lead to addiction.
A. True
B. False

35. About 32% of fatalities on the road are related to alcohol.

36. 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.
A. True
B. False