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

1. Controls at railroad crossings include:
Flashing green lights
Crossing guards
Crossing gates

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

3. True or False: The ability to process information and multi-task continues to diminish with every drink.

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

5. True or False: It is illegal to park in a location that you block or create a hazard for other vehicles.

6. Addictions may _______________ friends and family.
Bring together

7. The acronym BAL stands for:
Blood Alcohol Level
Body Alcohol Limit
Blood Alcohol Limit
Body Alcohol Level
8. When driving in rain the road becomes the most slippery:
After it has rained for 20 minutes
Right after it starts to rain
When the wind is blowing at least 25 mph
Just after the rain quits

9. In Florida, refusal to submit to testing (second offense) results in ______________.
A 6 month suspension
A license revocation
An 18 month suspension
A 30 day suspension

10. __________are one of the many seriously damaging effects of alcohol.
Brain disorders
Migraine headaches
Weakened joints
Chronic colds

11. The most dramatic effects of cocaine on driving are _____________.
On higher anxiety levels
On vision
On irritability
Possible seizures

12. True or False: Caffeine and other energy boosters can be used to effectively compensate for fatigue.

13. If you see a curb painted blue it designates:
A parking zone for the disabled
An area where brief stops are allowed
A loading zone
A no parking area

14. True or False: Impaired individuals believe their judgment is fine, or perhaps better than normal.

15. __________ are all signs that a driver may be impaired.
Traveling in the wrong lane, running stop lights, and weaving from side to side
Traveling in the wrong lane, speeding, and expired license plates
Traveling in the wrong lane, making a left-hand turn, and failure to signal
Traveling in the wrong lane, burnt taillights, and speeding

16. ________ is a common clue to law enforcement that a driver is impaired.
Honking the horn
Driving in a straight line
Showing the right-of-way

17. True or False: Alcohol and drug abuse only affects intoxicated individuals.

18. The first time you are caught in violation of the minimum drinking age law, you will be convicted of a second degree misdemeanor which can include up to _________

days in jail.

19. Generally, children under __________ and about 1 year of age should ride in a safety seat secured to the back seat, facing the rear of the vehicle.
50 pounds
30 pounds
20 pounds
40 pounds

20. Driving a motor vehicle often requires __________ reaction time.

21. Which of the following is the correct minimum coverage that you must have for Bodily Injury Liability for two or more persons?

22. True or False: You cannot be charged with DUI for driving under the influence of legal prescription medication.