Florida DHSMV Road Rules Test

The minimum age required in the state of Florida, USA, for a FL learner's permit is 15 years. For driving a vehicle, you need to complete a Florida drug and alcohol test course which enables you to drive and get a learner's permit. This Course and Exam is also known as the TSLAE - Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education or Florida Drug and Alcohol Traffic Awareness (D.A.T.A.) or Drug & Alcohol Course or Drug and Alcohol Class or Alcohol Drugs Accident Prevention Training (A.D.A.P.T.) or Florida first-time driver 4 hour course.

You have to get your parents' or guardians' approval and signature on the form provided by the state DMV office.

After you pass the tests which include a written, hearing and a vision exam, the permit is provided.  Florida drug and alcohol test course is quite easy to pass if studied well.

Florida drug and alcohol practice test Questions & Answers: Find answers to drug and alcohol test for Florida permit questions, these questions are related to signals and other sorts of indications that are commonly used in Florida. Questions & answers help you to prepare yourself for the final exam.

Answers to drug and alcohol test for Florida permit

Seat belt Related Questions
Q-1.     To what ages does the child restraint law apply?
A.        Age 5 or less

Q-2.    Who is required to wear seat belts when riding in the front seat of a car or a pickup truck?
A.        All occupants unless specifically excepted by law

Q-3.    The driver and front seat passengers must wear seat belts.
A.        The seat belt law applies to passenger cars manufactured beginning with the 1968 model year, and trucks beginning with the 1972 model year.

Q-4.    Who could be charged with a violation if a fourteen-year-old front-seat passenger is not wearing a seat belt?
A.        Driver

Q-5.    A passenger that is 10 years of age, must:
A.        Always wear a safety belt (or child passenger restraint system).

Q-6.    Using safety belts reduces the chance of being thrown from your vehicle in case of an accident.
A.        TRUE

Alcohol Related Questions
Q-7.     A driver under 21 years of age who is stopped and has a blood alcohol level of .02 or higher, and it is the first offense, will have his or her license:
A.       Suspended for six months.

Q-8.     Both your judgment and vision are affected after drinking alcohol. which is affected first? / When drinking alcohol, which is affected first?
A.        Judgment

Q-9.     The blood alcohol concentration limit where it is illegal for any person to drive is:
A.         0.08%

School Zone Related Questions
Q-10.   Are vehicles traveling in the opposite direction of school buses that have stopped to unload children on a divided highway with a dividing barrier required to stop?
A.         No

Q-11.   When a school bus stops to unload children on a divided highway, should the vehicles traveling in the same direction as the bus stop?
A.        Yes

Q-12.   You approach a stopped school bus on the opposite side of a highway divided by a four-foot paved strip. The bus is picking up children. In this situation:
A.         You must stop and not pass until the school bus is in motion, or the stop arm is withdrawn.

Q-13.   If a school bus stops to unload children on a four-lane highway divided only by a four-foot paved strip, must vehicles traveling in the opposite direction stop?
A.        Yes

Using Brakes in emergency situation
Q-14.   When the foot brake is pressed, which light must come on?
A.         Two red stoplights

Q-15.   What is the proper way to use anti-lock brakes in an emergency situation?
A.         Depress the brake pedal firmly (if required) and steer the car away from danger.

Q-16.   What is the first thing you should do when your car starts to skid?
A.         Take your foot off the gas pedal (accelerator).

Q-17.   To stop in an emergency situation with an Anti-Locking Brake System, you need to:
A.         Press down hard on the brake pedal, hold it and steer out of danger.

Q-18.   What does anti-lock braking systems prevent when used in an emergency stopping situation?
A.         Skidding caused by non-rotation of the wheels.

Q-19.   You are driving on a city street and see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights behind you. What should you do?
A.         Drive to the right edge of the road and stop.


Headlight Usage Questions
Q-20.   Within how many feet of an oncoming vehicle should you dim your bright headlights?
A.         500 Ft

Q-21.   At what times should you use your headlights?
A.         During the time between sunset and sunrise.

Q-22.   When approaching another vehicle from the rear at night, within how many feet must you dim your bright headlights?
A.        300 Ft

Q-23.   Under what conditions must you use your headlights when driving in the day time?
A.        When raining or fog/smoke is present

Q-24.   May you drive with just your parking lights on, in place of your headlights?
A.         No

Q-25.   When driving at night and approaching another vehicle from behind, at what distance should you dim your headlights?
A.        300 Ft

Yellow Light Related Questions
Q-26.   Know signs by their standard colors. Yellow is used for:
A.        General warning.

Q-27.   What does a solid yellow line to the right of the center-line of the highway mean?
A.         Driving to the left of center is prohibited unless making a left turn.

Q-28.   What does a double solid yellow line in the center of the highway mean? what does a double solid white line in the center of the highway mean?
A.         Driving to the left of double yellow lines is prohibited in either direction unless making a left turn when safe to do so. a double solid white line separates two lanes of traffic in the same direction and crossing these lines is prohibited.

Q-29.   Know signs by their standard colors. Which color is used for general warnings of dangers ahead?
A.        Yellow.

Q-30.   You may cross solid yellow lines:
A.        When you need to turn into a private road.

Q-31.   Can you proceed with caution when you approach a flashing yellow light?
A.        Yes

Bicycle Related Questions
Q-32.   What is the legal definition of a bicycle?
A.         In Florida, the bicycle is legally defined as a motor vehicle

Q-33.   What rights and duties do riders of bicycles and mopeds have?
A.         They have the same rights (with certain exceptions) and duties as motor vehicle drivers.

Q-34.   What is the proper procedure for a motorist when a bicyclist is occupying too much space for you to share the lane?
A.         Allow 3 ft of clearance when passing a cyclist. reduce speed if road is narrow.

Railroad Related Questions
Q-35.   Do not cross railroad tracks if:
A.        You cannot cross without completely clearing the tracks.

Q-36.   If a clearly visible railroad signal tells you that a train is approaching at a crossing:
A.         Stop within fifty (50) feet but not less than fifteen (15) feet from the nearest rail.

Q-37.   At what places is it unlawful to overtake and pass?
A.         Do not pass " & "no passing zone", where solid yellow line is on your side of center-line, on hills or curves and within 100ft of a bridge, tunnel , viaduct or railroad crossing

Q-38.   Never park or leave your vehicle in a tunnel or on a bridge, on or within 50 feet of a railroad crossing, or between a safety zone and the curb.
A.        TRUE

Legal Related Questions
Q-39.   During an enforcement stop by a police officer, you should:
A.        Remain inside your vehicle and place your hands in clear view.

Q-40.   If you hit a parked car and are unable to find the owner, what should you do?
A.        Leave address and report to police

Q-41.   After a crash has been investigated by an officer, does the driver need to send a written report to the department of highway safety and motor vehicles?
A.        Only if it is not reported by the officer

Q-42.   When a crash results in property damages of any amount, must the driver notify the florida highway patrol, the sheriff's department, or the city police department?
A.       Yes

Insurance Related Questions
Q-43.   What type of insurance must you have on motor vehicles with four or more wheels?
A.         Personal injury protection (pip) & personal damage liability (pdl)

Q-44.   If your driver license is revoked for DUI or suspended for too many points, what type of insurance must you either purchase or prove that you had on the date of the violation or effective date of the suspension?
A.        Bodily injury liability

Q-45.   Under the Florida Financial Responsibility Law (excluding DUI), you must have the following minimum amount of liability insurance against injury or death of one person:
A.        10,000 dollars


Speed limit Related Questions
Q-46.   What is the maximum speed limit on an interstate highway on a clear day? in a rural area?
A.        70 mph

Q-47.   What is the maximum speed limit in a residential area if there is no speed limit sign?
A.        30 mph

Q-48.   What should you do at the first sign of rain?
A.        Reduce your speed.

Q-49.   Always signal well in advance before you change lanes at expressway speeds.
A.        TRUE

Q-50.   When may you drive slower than a minimum speed limit?
A.        When necessary for safe operation.

Q-51.   When may you drive slower than a minimum speed limit?
A.        When necessary for safe operation.

Q-52.   When merging onto an expressway, you should be driving:
A.        At or near the same speed as the expressway traffic.

Q-53.   When passing a stopped emergency vehicle that has lights activated on a two-lane roadway with 40 mph speed limit, you must reduce your speed to:
A.        20 mph.

Q-54.   Does a posted speed limit of 65 mph mean that you may drive 65 mph on that highway under all conditions?
A.        No.

Q-55.   What is the maximum speed limit for passenger cars on a two-lane highway during the day time?
A.        55 mph

Right Turn, Left Turn & Lane Changing Related Questions
Q-56.   When may you drive in the left lane of a road with four or more lanes with two-way traffic?
A.        When passing

Q-57.   When may a motorist preparing to make a right hand turn, move into a bike lane?
A.        When there is no turn lane present and the driver has checked that the bike lane is clear

Q-58.   Suppose you are driving on a four-lane highway. from which lane should you turn? into which lane should you turn?
A.        Turn right from the right lane into the right most lane. turn left from the lane to the right and nearest the center line of the roadway into any lane lawfully available.

Q-59.   What is true about a center left turn lane?
A.        You may only drive a short distance in the lane.
   
Q-60.   What does a broken white line on the highway mean?
A.        Separates two lanes of traffic going in the same direction

Q-61.   What does a green arrow showing at the same time as a red traffic light mean you can do?
A.        You may turn in the direction of the arrow but must first yield to all traffic vehicular and pedestrian within the intersection

Q-62.   After passing a vehicle, you must return to the right side of the road before coming within how many feet of an oncoming vehicle?
A.        200 Ft

Q-63.   What is the arm signal for a left turn?
A.        Left arm straight out

Q-64.   After a full stop at a red traffic light may a driver turn right if the way is clear?
A.        Yes, but only if it is not otherwise prohibited

Q-65.   To make a good right turn, you should try to make the turn as wide as possible.
A.        FALSE

Q-66.   Before turning left or right you should signal during the last:
A.        100 feet.

Q-67.   A fire fighter is directing you to do an illegal turn. What should you do?
A.        Make the turn even if it is against existing signs.

Q-68.   Large trucks need less room to maneuver or turn.
A.        FALSE

Q-69.   Left turns on a red light are allowed from a one-way street into a one-way street, and if the way is clear.
A.        TRUE

Q-70.   To a good left turn, you should look both ways before starting to turn.
A.        TRUE

Q-71.   When a traffic signal is showing a steady green arrow, you:
A.        May turn in the direction of the arrow.

Q-72.   For how many feet before you start to turn should you begin your turn signal when you are driving on a highway?
A.        100 Ft

Q-73.   With some exceptions, epidemiological studies indicate the presence of THC in roughly __________ of drivers injured or killed in traffic collisions. 
A.        4-12%

Q-74.   true or false: how quickly other drugs reach the bloodstream varies depending upon how the drug is put into the system and the type of drug, the age of the user, and the weight of the user.

A.        True (Hint:  Drugs enter the bloodstream and affect the body at different rates depending on the type of drug and how it enters the system. When a substance is shot straight into a blood vessel by intravenous injection, it enters the bloodstream instantly. Smoking transfers substances to the brain faster than when a drug is injected or swallowed. The higher the percentage of the active ingredient in a drug, the more quickly it will usually reach the bloodstream. Drugs are eliminated by being metabolized or excreted. Rates vary greatly depending upon the type of drug involved and medical condition of the person.)

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  1. With some exceptions, epidemiological studies indicate the presence of THC in roughly __________ of drivers injured or killed in traffic collisions.

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