Florida drug and alcohol test answers
Below are the drug and alcohol test answers for Florida learners permit.
Q 1. In Florida, any driver less than 21 years of age who is stopped by law enforcement and has a breath or blood alcohol level of .02 or higher will automatically have his or her driving privilege suspended for________________.
a) 30 days
b) 6 months
c) 3 years
d) 3 months
ANS: 6 months
Q 2. If you are a driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of ____ or higher, you will be required to attend a substance abuse course.
Q 3. True or False: You may drive with parking lights only (in place of headlights).
Q 4. It is safe to use your bright headlights if there is a car ahead of you within 300 feet.
Q 5. If you fail to provide proof of insurance, your driver license and license plates will be suspended for up to________________.
a) 3 years
b) 30 days
c) 1 year
d) 6 months
ANS: 3 years
Q 6. Your license can be suspended if you __________
a) fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
b) fail to stop for a school bus.
c) commit retail theft.
ANS: fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
Q 7. True or False: If you ride a bicycle in Florida, your bicycle is legally defined as a vehicle.
Q 8. In Florida, if you have a learner’s permit, you may only drive during ________________ for the first three months.
a) School days
b) Daylight hours
c) The hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
d) The hours of 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.
ANS: Daylight hours
Q 9. Which of the following statements about this image is false?
a) It is legal to pass over the dashed white line.
b) It is legal to cross the double yellow line to turn into a driveway.
c) It is legal for the car in the single lane to pass.
d) none of the above
ANS: It is legal for the car in the single lane to pass.
Q 10. Side windows may not be composed of, covered by, or treated with any material which has a highly reflective or mirrored appearance and reflects more than __________ of light.
Q 11. Which Florida law requires owners and operators of motor vehicles to be financially responsible for damages and/or injuries they may cause to others when a motor vehicle crash happens?
a) Responsible Driver Law
b) Collision Protection Law
c) Financial Responsibility Law
d) No-Fault Law
ANS: Financial Responsibility Law
Q 12. If you are stopped for a DUI and you refuse to submit to a breathalyzer test and it is the second time that you have been stopped you are guilty of a ________ degree misdemeanor.
Q 13. DUI conviction penalties include imprisonment, impounding of your vehicle, __________________, and a felony conviction.
a) Public humiliation
b) Seizure of license plate
c) Community service
d) Installation of an interlock device
ANS: Installation of an interlock device
Q 14. Which of the following is a 6-point driving infraction in the state of Florida?
a) Conviction for unlawful speeding that results in a collision
b) Driving at an unlawful speed
c) Caught with an open container of alcohol as an operator
d) Failing to obey a traffic control signal/sign/device
ANS: Conviction for unlawful speeding that results in a collision
Q 15. You have the ability to control your emotions while driving. For instance, ________.
a) Think about how late you are going to be if you stay with the flow of traffic
b) Make driving a contest and a competition
c) Don't take the aggressive actions of other drivers personally
d) Estimate the trip time more closely the next time and drive faster
ANS: Don't take the aggressive actions of other drivers personally
Q 16. Visual acuity is reduced more than ______________ at nighttime.
a) Two percent
b) Twenty-five percent
ANS: Twenty-five percent (25%)
Q 17. The __________ in the back of the eyeball is made up of millions of rods and cones.
Q 18. _______________ occurs when the effect of one drug is enhanced by the presence of another drug.
Q 19. Your vehicle must have at least one rear-view mirror which gives a view of the highway at least ____ feet to the rear.
Q 20. Drivers were tested on various driving exercises before they had been drinking. They were given alcoholic beverages of their choice. _________________ occurred as BALs increased.
a) A minimal decline in driving ability
b) No decline in driving ability
d) A steady decline in driving ability
ANS: A steady decline in driving ability
Q 21. True or False: In terms of percent, whiskey has more alcohol than wine.
Q 22. True or False: A 24 year old motorcycle driver would not be required to wear protective eyewear when riding in Florida.
Q 23. Bright (high-beam) headlights show objects __________ feet ahead.
Q 24. True or False: To reflect to the driver a view of the highway through each mirror, a distance of at least 200 feet to the rear of the vehicle.
Q 25. In 2006, the estimated economic cost of alcohol-related crashes in the U.S. was around ___________ (including monetary costs and insurance claims).
a) $50 billion
b) $13 billion
c) $130 billion
d) $1 billion
ANS: $130 billion (Answered as per the given options, infact the book says $129 billion)
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a) 0.018 BAL per hour
b) 0.05 BAL per hour
c) 0.015 BAL per hour
d) 0.08 BAL per hour
ANS: 0.05 BAL per hour
Q 27. In Florida, what age group had the highest rate of crashes in 2008?
a) 25 - 29 years old
b) 15 - 19 years old
c) 20 - 24 years old
d) 30 - 34 years old
ANS: 15 - 19 years old
Q 28. True or False: The ability to process information and multi-task continues to diminish with every drink.
Q 29. True or False: A low BAL will always cause a hangover.
Q 30. __________ transfers substances to the brain faster than when a drug is injected or swallowed.
Q 31. For some people, alcohol can cause an uncontrolled __________ of the eyes, making good vision almost impossible.
a) Vibration (rapid oscillation)
ANS: Vibration (rapid oscillation)
Q 32. If your BAL is at .04, you can expect a __________ drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
Q 33. About 90% of the information you need to drive safely comes from your__________.
a) Driving experience
Q 34. About one in __________ young drivers believes using recreational drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, speed, or ecstasy does not affect their driving.
Q 35. Double vision can be the result of _________________.
a) Looking directly into bright headlights Passing other cars
b) Eye muscles relaxed from fatigue, drugs, or alcohol
c) Wearing glasses that are too strong
d) Rapid eye blinking
ANS: Eye muscles relaxed from fatigue, drugs, or alcohol
Q 36. __________ of teen deaths from motor vehicle crashes occurred on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
Q 37. Which driving symptom might indicate that a driver is impaired and their actions unpredictable?
a) All of the answers are correct
b) Erratic change in speed
c) Running stop lights and stop signs
d) Weaving from side to side
ANS: All of the answers are correct
Q 38. Short-term side effects of alcohol and other drugs include:
b) Shortness of breath
c) Temporary blindness
d) Disrupted sleep
ANS: Disrupted sleep
Q 39. True or False: You should not try to put out a gasoline or diesel fire with water.
Q 40. In Florida, refusal to submit to testing (second offense) results in ______________.
a) A 30 day suspension
b) An 18 month suspension
c) A license revocation
d) A 6 month suspension
ANS: An 18 month suspension
Q 41. __________ of teen deaths from motor vehicle crashes occurred on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
Q 42. Windshields must be made of safety glass and may not be covered or treated with any material which has the effect of making the windshield reflective or in any way non-transparent. If must be free of any __________ not required by law.
Q 43. If your BAL is .07, you can expect a __________ drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
Q 44. There are about __ licensed drivers here in Florida
a) 170 million
b) 200 million
c) 15 million
ANS: 15 million
Q 45. 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.
ANS: basic speed rule.
Q 46. You should check your mirrors __
A. once every hour.
B. once every 3 to 5 seconds.
C. once every two to three minutes.
ANS: once every 3 to 5 seconds.
Q 47. If two cars get to a 4-way stop intersection at the same time, which car should be yielded the right-of-way?
A. Car on the right.
B. Car on the left.
C. Car making a turn.
ANS: Car on the right.
Q 48. Stimulants are often called ___
A. uppers or “speed.”
ANS: uppers or “speed.”
Q 49. ___ year olds accounted for only 6.4 percent of the total number of drivers in the US but they made up 12 percent of all drivers involved in fatal crashes.
A. Fifteen to twenty
B. Twenty to thirty
C. Thirty to forty
ANS: Fifteen to twenty
Q 50. A blue sign might designate a __________
B. pedestrian crossing.
C. both A and B
Q 51. Driving under the influence of anger can be as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol.
Q 52. 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.
ANS: at night than during the day.
Q 53. If you accumulate too many points on your license, it will be __________
Q 54. Once a person has been drinking, they underestimate the risks of being on the road, and ___________ their ability to tolerate alcohol.
C. Neither of the above
Q 55. A Hospital sign is an example of a __________ sign.
Q 56. BAC stands for __________
A. Basic Alcohol Consumption.
B. Basic Alcohol Comprehension.
C. Blood Alcohol Concentration
ANS: Blood Alcohol Concentration
Q 57. 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.
ANS: Less than one minute
Q 58. About seven percent of those who try in any one year to quit smoking cigarettes on their own actually succeed.
Q 59. 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.
ANS: may be illegal to take when driving.
Q 60. Which of the following is not effected by alcohol?
Q 61. The most confusing and difficult lighting exists at what time?
A. In the morning.
Q 62. True or False: Driving a motor vehicle after taking substances which alter the central nervous system can have side effects which include impaired attention, reaction time, and vision.
Q 63. 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.
ANS: Neither of the above.
Q 64. Alcohol is a __________
C. neither A nor B
Q 65. People who have been drinking tend to ___________ their ability to tolerate alcohol.
Q 66. A drug user who has developed a high tolerance to a drug could take an overdose large enough to cause death.
Q 67. 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.
ANS: When a user stops taking drugs and the body fails to function normally because it has compensated for the drug.
Q 68. Traffic collisions are the number one killer of children in America.
Q 69. Alcohol has to be digested by the stomach and intestines before the full effects are felt.
Q 70. Under Florida law, a driver can refuse to submit to a test for alcohol or drugs without any consequence.
Q 71. The second thing to be affected by alcohol is ___
A. reaction time.
Q 72. ___________ like heroin, and cough syrups with codeine, can make a driver drowsy and unable to concentrate.
Q 73. 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.
ANS: both of the above.
Q 74. Narcotics are pain killing drugs.
Q 75. Your driving record __________
A. is totally confidential.
B. may be available to the public.
C. is available only to your employer with your authorization.
ANS: may be available to the public.
Q 76. Fifty-six percent of teenage motor vehicle crashes occur on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Q 77. After suicides and murder, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 20-year-olds
Q 78. Even if they are not directly involved in a crash with a drunk driver, sober drivers are still at risk from drunk drivers.
Q 79. Alcohol plus ___________ affects short-term memory and tracking ability.
Q 80. 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.
ANS: carbon monoxide poisoning
Q 81. Drinking a large amount of alcohol in a short time can kill you.
Q 82. A speed sign is an example of a _________ sign
Q 83. Girls who drink are more susceptible to sexual assault.
Q 84. A pedestrian crossing sign is an example of a regulatory sign.
Q 85. 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
ANS: Both A and B
Q 86. Warning signs are usually _____-shaped.
Q 87. Older drivers with a lot of driving experience are usually not at risk for a crash if they drink a small amount and drive.
Q 88. Alcohol affects brain cells, your liver, stomach, and kidneys.