TLSAE Course / Florida Learner's Permit Test 4

Driving under the influence of anger can be as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE

The rate of alcohol involvement among drivers involved in fatal collisions was four times higher ___________
A. during the day than at night.
B. at night than during the day.
C. Neither of the above.

You should always remember to keep your eyes __________ while you are driving
A. on the car ahead
B. moving
C. on the center line.

Under Florida law, a driver can refuse to submit to a test for alcohol or drugs without any consequence.
A. True
B. False

If you accumulate too many points on your license, it will be __________
A. canceled.
B. suspended.
C. revoked.

The second thing to be affected by alcohol is ___________
A. reaction time.
B. vision.
C. judgment.

Once a person has been drinking, they underestimate the risks of being on the road, and ___________ their ability to tolerate alcohol.
A. underestimate
B. overestimate
C. Neither of the above

A Hospital sign is an example of a __________ sign.
A. regulatory
B. warning
C. guide

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

About seven percent of those who try in any one year to quit smoking cigarettes on their own actually succeed.
A. True
B. False

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

Which of the following is not effected by alcohol?
A. IQ
B. Emotions
C. Sleep

The most confusing and difficult lighting exists at what time?
A. In the morning.
B. Mid-afternoon.
C. Twilight.

When it comes to driving under the influence, the best method for making choices is to ___________
A. learn from other people's mistakes.
B. learning from your own mistakes.
C. Neither of the above.

Which of the following statements define withdrawal?
A. When a user stops taking drugs and the body fails to function normally because it has compensated for the drug.
B. When a user abuses drugs.
C. When a user stops taking one drug and starts taking another drug.

Traffic collisions are the number one killer of children in America.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE

Alcohol has to be digested by the stomach and intestines before the full effects are felt.
A. True
B. False

The rule that says "Do not go faster than is safe for conditions" is known as the ___________
A. extreme caution rule.
B. slow down rule.
C. basic speed rule.

___________ like heroin, and cough syrups with codeine, can make a driver drowsy and unable to concentrate.
A. Narcotics,
B. Stimulants,
C. Depressants,

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

Narcotics are pain killing drugs.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE

Your driving record __________
A. is totally confidential.
B. may be available to the public.
C. is available only to your employer with your authorization.

After suicides and murder, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 20-year-olds
A. True
B. False

Alcohol plus ___________ affects short-term memory and tracking ability.
A. marijuana
B. antihistamines
C. tranquilizers

If you get a headache or dizziness while sitting in a car with the engine running, you could be suffering from ___________
A. carbon monoxide poisoning.
B. smog sickness.
C. a hangover.

Drinking a large amount of alcohol in a short time can kill you.
A. True
B. False

A speed sign is an example of a _________ sign
A. regulatory
B. warning
C. guide