An alcoholic beverage that contains 1.2 ounces of alcohol would be considered __________.


1. An alcoholic beverage that contains 1.2 ounces of alcohol would be considered __________.

A. 1 drink

B. 1.2 drinks

C. 1.5 drinks

D. 2 drinks

2. __________ indicates a BAL of .08 or higher.

A. Compulsive behavior

B. Weakened vision

C. Reduced control of vehicle speed

D. Loss of judgment

3. __________ is when the body becomes accustomed to a drug’s presence in the bloodstream.

A. Dependence

B. Abuse

C. Independence

D. Chronic use

4. The fine for passing a stopped school bus illegally on the right is __________.

A. $75

B. $180

C. $265

D. $400

5. __________ is the most widely used illegal drug in the United States.

A. Marijuana

B. Tobacco

C. Cocaine

D. Methamphetamine

6. Drivers with a BAL of .15 are about __________ times more likely to be involved in a fatal collision than sober drivers.

A. 5

B. 9

C. 15

D. 20

7. A Class E license gives permission to drive which of the following vehicles?

A. A truck weighing 28,000 lbs

B. A 15-passenger van

C. A motorcycle

D. A motorized scooter with a 60 cc engine

8. Acetaldehyde, a metabolic byproduct of alcohol, damages bodily tissues by making them more likely to __________.

A. scar and die

B. slow down and stop functioning

C. develop cancer

D. All of the above

9. __________ is a synthetic drug with effects very similar to those of cocaine.

A. Ecstasy

B. Dramamine

C. Hydrocodone

D. None of the above

10. Broken white lines mean that you can __________.

A. change lanes at any time

B. change lanes only to pass other cars

C. change lanes or pass other cars when safe

D. change lanes without signaling

11. Being male rather than female __________ the rate at which a person’s BAL rises.

A. tends to increase

B. tends to decrease

C. has no effect on

D. has very little effect on

12. People can become addicted to __________ .

A. alcohol

B. shopping

C. using the internet

D. All of the above

13. A drug addiction will make __________ more important to you.

A. maintaining friendships

B. personal hygiene

C. having a source of income

D. mental health

14. Effects of __________ include eye damage, arterial damage, reduced bone mass, sexual dysfunction, heart disease, aneurism, kidney failure, heart failure, dementia, and stroke.

A. emphysema

B. hypertension

C. alcohol withdrawal

D. hypothermia

15. Despite the physical, mental, and social tolls of drug abuse, when you are addicted, __________.

A. you will be happy

B. life will seem less difficult

C. you may not want to stop using drugs

D. you will be physically fit

16. The death rate in air-bag-equipped vehicles is about __________ than that of similar vehicles without air bags.

A. 8% lower

B. 24% lower

C. 24% higher

D. 3% higher

17. Alcohol can be considered a __________.

A. gateway drug

B. hallucinogen

C. barbiturate

D. None of the above

18. You must __________ all emergency vehicles using a siren or flashing lights.

A. honk to make your position known to

B. follow

C. yield the right-of-way to

D. drive around

19. Which of the following is not dangerous?

A. Prescription drugs

B. Over-the-counter drugs

C. Alcohol

D. None of the above

20. Symptoms and complications of __________ include bad breath, skin discoloration, abnormal enlargement of breasts in males, impotence, infertility, coma, liver cancer, liver failure, and death.

A. hepatitis

B. fatty liver

C. cirrhosis

D. hepatic encephalopathy

21. Along with removing drugs from the body, the kidneys also __________.

A. balance pH levels

B. release hormones that regulate blood pressure

C. release hormones into the stomach

D. A and B

22. When blockages in the bloodstream reach the brain, they can cause __________.

A. stroke

B. heart failure

C. hallucinations

D. All of the above

23. At higher doses, __________ causes twitching, irritability, panic, heart attack, and death.

A. Dramamine

B. heroin

C. cocaine

D. marijuana

24. __________ often causes the eye to become less responsive.

A. Alcohol

B. Nicotine

C. Adderall

D. Cocaine

25. Which of the following can not make you more fatigued when driving?

A. Depressants

B. Stimulants

C. Barbiturates

D. None of the above

26. The practice of cutting a drug can be deadly because of the resulting __________.

A. increased rate of metabolism in the liver

B. mineral deposits forming in organs

C. highly variable drug potency

D. B and C

27. Drivers with a BAL of .05 are about __________ times more likely to be involved in a fatal collision than sober drivers.

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 9

28. In 2009, Florida suffered more __________ fatalities than any other state.

A. bicyclist

B. child passenger

C. pedestrian

D. impaired driving

29. The penalties for a first-time DUI charge include completion of __________ hours of DUI school before the possibility of hardship reinstatement of drivers license.

A. 3

B. 6

C. 12

D. 21

30. Which of the following is true about the Blood Alcohol Level (BAL) measurement?

A. The same amount of alcohol always produces the same BAL.

B. The same BAL always produces the same level of impairment.

C. The presumptive limit for driving in Florida is a .08 BAL.

D. All of the above

31. Crashes caused by speeding vehicles killed __________ people in 2009.

A. 1,119

B. 3,166

C. 7,538

D. 10,591

32. More than with many other drugs, __________ users often begin to behave differently even before the drug reaches their brain.

A. tobacco

B. alcohol

C. marijuana

D. heroin

33. A Learners license is granted without requiring the applicant to take a driving test.

A. True

B. False

34. What is the maximum fine permitted for a fourth DUI conviction?

A. $10,000

B. $20,000

C. $50,000

D. There is no maximum fine for a fourth DUI conviction.

35. A fatigued driver’s perception and judgment are __________.

A. not altered

B. weakened

C. not as important because he or she will drive slowly

D. heightened due to an adrenaline rush

36. In 2009, around __________ victims of fatal impaired driving collisions were age 16 to 20.

A. 1 in 3

B. 1 in 5

C. 1 in 9

D. 1 in 25

37. The __________ breaks down complex molecules into simpler parts and allows them to be carried out of the body as waste.

A. pancreas

B. bladder

C. liver

D. None of the above

38. Receiving 12 points on your license within a 12-month period will cause your license to be suspended for __________.

A. 30 days

B. three months

C. six months

D. one year

39. Dopamine is __________ .

A. a brain chemical linked to addiction

B. a chemical found in most addicting substances

C. a toxic substance found in the body of most addicts

D. a substance in alcohol that causes impaired judgment

40. Which of the following is not a derivative of opium?

A. Xanax

B. Hydrocodone

C. Heroin

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