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Florida Drug and Alcohol test course for Learners Permit / driver's license is approved by Florida DMV. Complete your A.D.A.P.T.-Alcohol Drugs Accident Prevention Training, TLSAE- traffic law and substance abuse education, D.A.T.A- Drug, Alcohol and Traffic Awareness Course, also known as the Florida first time drivers ed course online, go for DHSMV exam and pass it, and obtain your Florida Learner's Permit. Start learning how to drive safely on road.

Florida Road Rules Test - Driving Permit Final Exam

These Questions and Answers help you prepare for your Florida Driving Permit Drug and Alcohol Final Exam Test.

Q. Any driver under 21 years of age who is stopped by law enforcement and has a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or higher will automatically have their driving privilege suspended for 6 months.
ANS: 0.02

Q. Your driver's license will be administratively suspended if you have a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or above or refuse to submit to a chemical test.
ANS: .08

Q. Any driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of .05 or higher is required to attend a substance abuse course; an evaluation will be completed and parents or legal guardians will be notified of the results for all drivers under the age of __________
ANS: 19

Q. Driving with parking lights only (in place of headlights) is against the law.
ANS: True

Q. You must turn on your __________
ANS: low beam (dim) headlights when driving between sunset and sunrise and during any rain, smoke, or fog.

Q. Don't use high-beam headlights within __________ feet of oncoming vehicles.
ANS: 500

Q. Dirty headlights can cut your night vision by __________
ANS:one-half.

Q. High beam headlights can reveal objects up to a distance of __________ feet.
ANS: 450

Q. Under the __________ Law, if you fail to provide proof of insurance, your driver license and license plate(s) will be suspended for up to three years.
ANS: No-Fault

Q. In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a pedestrian.
ANS: False.

Q. After the first three months, drivers who hold a Learner's license may operate a vehicle from 6 a.m. to __________
ANS: 10 p.m.

Q. A person who holds a Learner's license can only drive during daylight hours the first __________ months from the original issue date.
ANS: 3

Q. Side windows may not be covered by, or treated with any material which has a highly reflective or mirrored appearance that reflects more than __________% of the light.
ANS: 35

Q. The Florida "standard" speed limits in school zones in ____ mph.
ANS: 20

Q. Safe passing zones are indicated by __________
ANS: broken or dashed yellow lines.

Q. Your license must be revoked if you are found guilty of, or department records show _____ cases of reckless driving within one year
ANS: 3

Q. Traffic in a roundabout __________
ANS: runs in a counterclockwise direction only.

Q. If your vehicle breaks down, try to park where the disabled vehicle can be seen for __________ feet in each direction.
ANS: 200

Q. If a police officer's directions are in conflict with a traffic light or sign, __________
ANS: obey the officer - not the signals.

Q. Low beam headlamps are only effective for speeds up to __________ mph.
ANS: 20 - 25
Q. __________ separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction where crossing over the line is prohibited.
ANS: Double solid white lines

Q. In a vehicle equipped with Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), pumping the brake will __________
ANS: disengage or turn off the ABS.

Q. All drivers should yield the right-of-way to public transit buses traveling in the same direction which have signaled and are reentering the traffic flow from a specifically designated pullout bay.
ANS: True

Q. Speed limits indicate the fastest speed you may drive under __________ conditions.
ANS: ideal

Q. Slow down and plan for at least __________ times the normal stopping distance if it begins to rain while you are driving.
ANS: two

Q. When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
ANS: avoid following a truck too closely and position your vehicle so the truck driver can see it in his side mirrors.

Q. If you experience a jammed gas pedal you should do all of the following except __________
ANS: turn the key to lock

Q. In an emergency situation, your __________ is the distance you will travel after putting your foot on the brake.
ANS: braking distance

Q. If you experience __________, do not use brakes, concentrate on steering, slow down gradually, brake softly when the car is under control, and pull completely off the pavement.
ANS: a tire blowout

Q. On interstates, one-way streets or divided four-lane roads, a __________ will mark the left edge of the pavement.
ANS: solid yellow line

Q. Four-way flashers should be used __________
ANS: while your vehicle is legally stopped or disabled on the highway or shoulder.

Q. If you are involved in a crash, __________
ANS: you must move your vehicle yourself or, if that is not possible, call a tow truck.

Q. Parking is not allowed within __________ feet of a railroad crossing.
ANS: 50

Q.__________ are used to mark the right edge of the pavement.
ANS: Solid white lines

Q. When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
ANS: stay out of the truck's "blind spot" to the rear if you are following a truck

Q. Give a turn signal for at least the last __________ feet before you make your turn to let other drivers know what you are going to do.
ANS: 100

Q. The law requires every driver to properly secure children __________ years of age or younger in child restraint devices.
ANS: 5

Q. On a __________, it takes three to five seconds longer to pass a truck than it does to pass another car.
ANS: level highway

Q. If you are in a crash while driving, __________
ANS: your license will be revoked if you leave the scene when there are deaths or injuries

Q. A driver with 18 points within an 18-month period will face a suspension of not more than __________ months.
ANS: 3

Q. If fog or smoke becomes so thick that you cannot see well enough to keep driving, __________
ANS: pull all the way off the pavement and stop then, turn on your emergency flashers.

Q. If you experience a vehicle fire, do not __________
ANS: apply water to a gasoline or diesel fire.

Q. To turn safely, __________
ANS: make up your mind about your turn before you get to the turning point

Q. A truck or any vehicle towing another vehicle may not follow within __________ feet of another truck or vehicle towing a vehicle.
ANS: 300

Q. To enter an expressway safely, __________
ANS: begin checking for an opening in traffic on the entrance ramp.

Q. A __________ is used to separate lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions where changing lanes is not permitted.
ANS: solid yellow line

Q. If you are stopped at a crossing where there is more than one set of tracks, __________ before you start across.
ANS: be alert for a second train on the other set of tracks

Q. Parking is not allowed __________
ANS: by curbs painted yellow or where "No Parking" signs are posted.

Q. Unlike an integrated car seat or a separate carrier, infant carriers or children's car seats must be used for children up to __________ years of age and younger.
ANS: 2

Q. When passing, you must return to the right side of the road before coming within __________ feet of any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
ANS: 200

Q. Over __________ percent of the injuries to children in car crashes could be prevented by using crash-tested child restraints.
ANS: 80

Q. When approaching any intersection or driveway, __________
ANS: Look both ways and be prepared to stop

Q. If your vehicle breaks down, it may be parked on the side of the expressway (completely off the pavement) for no more than __________ hours.
ANS: six

Q. You may not pass on a two-lane road with traffic moving in opposite directions within __________ feet of a bridge, viaduct, tunnel, or railroad crossing.
ANS: 100

Q. Which of the following is the only effective method for sobering up after drinking?
ANS: Time

Q. More drivers are convicted of __________ than any other offense.
ANS: speeding

Q. To drive safely on the expressway, __________
ANS: know just where you will get on and get off.

Q. Once you have stopped for a school bus with flashing red lights, you must remain stopped until __________
ANS: the school bus resumes motion or the flashing red lights are no longer activated.

Q. To lower the risk of someone running into the rear of your vehicle, __________
ANS: check your brake lights often to make sure they are clean and working properly.

Q. The safest speed is one that __________
ANS: one that allows you to have complete control of your vehicle.

Q. A __________ means you may pass, using the oncoming lane, when it is safe to do so.
ANS: dashed yellow line

Q. You must stop __________ feet, but not less than 15 feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when the electrical or mechanical warning devices are flashing
ANS: 50

Q. Parking is not allowed __________
ANS: on the roadway side of another parked vehicle (double parking).

Q. Parking is not allowed within __________ feet of an intersection.
ANS: 20

Q. Do not enter a railroad crossing __________
ANS: unless the vehicle ahead has moved far enough so that you can clear the tracks.

Q. When approaching an emergency vehicle parked on a two-lane roadway with the emergency lights activated, you must slow to a speed that is __________ miles per hour less than the posted speed limit.
ANS: 20

Q. When parking on a public road, you must not park more than __________ away from the curb
ANS: one foot

Q. If a passenger who is 18 years of age or older is not wearing a seat belt, the __________ will be charged with the violation.
ANS: passenger

Q. You should never cut into the open space between a truck and the curb if the driver has signaled to turn because __________
ANS: large trucks cannot turn without first swinging wide in the opposite direction

Q. If you experience __________, sound your horn, brake sharply, and steer for the side of the road or the ditch.
ANS: a car or motorcycle approaching in your lane

Q. Parking is not allowed within __________ feet of a fire hydrant.
ANS: 15

Q. When sharing the road with large trucks, __________
ANS: leave space in case the truck drifts back slightly when it starts to move if you are stopped behind a truck on an upgrade.

Q. The gravel or paved crossovers in the medians of some expressways __________
ANS: are only for use by police and emergency vehicles.

Q. The Florida "standard" speed limits in business or residential areas is __________ mph.
ANS: 30

Q. Florida traffic law designates who has the right-of-way at intersections and other points where traffic meets.
ANS: False

Q. If you experience wet brakes, __________
ANS: brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all

Q. If you experience __________, move the vehicle so all four wheels are off the pavement, turn on your emergency flashers, get all passengers out on the side away from traffic, tie a white cloth on the left door handle or antenna, and raise the hood.
ANS: a breakdown

Q. You must stop 50 feet, but not less than __________ feet from the nearest rail of the railroad when a human flagger is warning of an approaching train.
ANS: 15

Q. As the amount of alcohol in your body increases, __________
ANS: you will have trouble judging distances, speeds and the movement of other vehicles.

Q. In a heavy rain, your tires can ride on a thin film of water as if you were on skis; this is called __________
ANS: hydroplaning.

Q. When using the two-second rule, if you reach the mark before you finish counting ?one thousand two?, you __________
ANS: are following too closely.

Q. When sharing the road with a bicyclist, __________
ANS: reduce your speed when passing if the roadway is narrow.

Q. On interstates, one-way streets or divided four-lane roads, a __________ will mark the left edge of the pavement.
ANS: solid yellow line

Q. Your license can be __________ if you make a fraudulent driver license application.
ANS: suspended

Q. If you double the speed of a car, you increase its force of impact __________ times.
ANS: 4

Q. Give a turn signal for at least the last __________ feet before you make your turn to let other drivers know what you are going to do.
ANS: 100

Q. If you experience wet brakes, __________
ANS: brakes may pull to one side or may not hold at all

Q. An average freight train traveling at 30 MPH needs a stopping distance of more than __________ mile.
ANS: 1/2

Q. An average freight train traveling at __________ mph needs a stopping distance of more than 1/2 mile
ANS: 30

Q. Do not enter a railroad crossing __________
ANS: unless the vehicle ahead has moved far enough so that you can clear the tracks.

Q. On a __________, it takes three to five seconds longer to pass a truck than it does to pass another car.
ANS: level highway

Q. If you experience __________, sound your horn, brake sharply, and steer for the side of the road or the ditch.
ANS: a car or motorcycle approaching in your lane

Q. When approaching an emergency vehicle parked on a two-lane roadway with the emergency lights activated, you must slow to a speed that is __________ miles per hour less than the posted speed limit.
ANS: 20

Q. More than half of the crashes that cause injury or death happen at speeds less than __________ MPH and within 25 miles from home.
ANS: 40

Q. The number __________ killer of young children in the United States is traffic crashes in which children were not restrained at all.
ANS: one

Q. When the posted speed limit is 70 mph, the minimum speed limit is __________ mph.
ANS: 50

Q. If you refuse to take a blood test, a urine test, or a breath test if an officer thinks that you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs while driving, your license will automatically be suspended for __________
ANS: one year

Q. Which of the following statements about motorcycles is true?
ANS: Watch for motorcycles and yield the right of-way to them before turning.

Q. A driver who refuses to take a test to determine drug or alcohol levels will have his or her driving privilege automatically suspended for __________
ANS: one year

Q. Your license can be suspended if you __________
ANS: refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.