4 Hour Florida Drug and Alcohol Practice Test Answers

This Course and Exam is also known as the TSLAE - Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education or Florida first-time driver 4 hour course 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.)

Florida drug and alcohol test answers

If you are about to take Florida drug and alcohol permit test, and you want to know what kind of questions would be on the test? Here are a few questions and answers you are looking for. This will help you to prepare to take the Drug and Alcohol Test. Answer is colored in green.

Q 1. True or False: Alcohol, caffeine, sugar, fats, and tobacco all put a strain on your body's ability to cope with stress.

a) True
b) False

Q 2. True or False: Portable alcohol breath testing devices cannot be used for persons under the age of 21.

a) True
b) False

Q 3. Many people use alcohol ________________.

a) To deal with stress
b) For a better perception while driving
c) For a balanced diet
d) To improve driving skills

Q 4. Your license can be suspended for up to _____________ if you accumulate 24 points within a 36-month period.

a) 3 months
b) 6 months
c) 9 months
d) 1 year

Q 5. The only real predictable thing about a drug and how an individual will respond to a drug is _______________________.

a) That it is NOT predictable
b) Available through the pharmacist
c) Written in medical journals
d) Known by the individual's doctor

Q 6. ____________ parking is fairly easy.

a) Angled
a) Perpendicular
a) Regular
b) Parallel

Q 7. True or False: Your driver license and/or license plates will be suspended for a period of up to three years if you do not have the proper insurance and are involved in a collision where you are at fault and injuries have occurred.

a) True
b) False

Q 8. __________ is one of many factors that can determine the rate of alcohol absorption.

a) Temperature of beverage
b) Food
c) Age
d) Time

Q 9. __________ of drivers age 16-20 who admitted to driving after taking drugs felt that they were "not high enough to cause a crash."

a) 55%
b) 57%
c) 56%
d) 58%

Q 10. Because alcohol use can cause more aggressive behaviors, ______________.

a) There is more freedom and independence of driving when and where we please
b) Avoid combining alcohol and driving
c) Drivers will feel less stress while waiting in traffic
d) Drink and drive only in moderation

Q 11. With some exceptions, epidemiological studies indicate the presence of THC in roughly __________ of drivers injured or killed in traffic collisions.

a) 1-7%
b) 15-31%
c) 4-12%
d) 8-20%

Q 12. Orange, diamond-shaped, or rectangular signs alert drivers of __________.

a) Pedestrian crossings
b) Construction zones
c) School zones
d) Speed limits

Q 13.  If you are parking with a manual transmission vehicle, shift to _________ before turning off the engine.

a) A low gear
b) Reverse
c) Park
d) Neutral

Q 14. In the State of Florida your first conviction for DUI can result in your vehicle being impounded for ______.

a) 15 days
b) 20 days
c) 10 days
d) 5 days

Q 15. Which of the following is a positive way of dealing with stress?

a) Driving to the mall
b) Trying to forget the stress
c) Avoiding people you know
d) Getting some exercise

Q 16. True or False: If necessary, your blood may be drawn in DUI cases involving serious bodily injury or death by authorized medical personnel with the use of reasonable force by the arresting officer, even if you, as the driver, refuse.

a) True
b) False

Q 17. Leaking purple fluid indicates that you should check your:

a) Coolant
b) Power steering fluid
c) Air conditioner
d) Transmission fluid

Q 18. True or False: Florida law prohibits you from increasing your speed until the vehicle that is passing you has completed the passing maneuver.

a) True
b) False

Q 19. Leaving the scene of a crash resulting in property damage of more than would result in the accumulation of _______ points.

a) 6
d) 3
c) 10
d) 5

Q 20. The time you save passing another vehicle is usually __________.

a) Important
b) Massive
c) Critical
d) Negligible

Q 21. Impaired drivers _____________________________.

a) Should drive only in the daylight hours
b) May experience emotional, societal, financial,

Q 22. The same amount of alcohol will be more diluted in a larger individual because _____________.

a) A larger person usually drinks from a smaller glass
b) A larger person has more blood and other fluids
c) A larger person drinks more slowly
d) A larger person has more practice drinking

Q 23. True or False: If a single broken yellow line is present, either lane of traffic may pass when it is safe to do so.

a) True
b) False

Q 24. True or False: It is illegal to park within 20 feet of the entrance to a fire station.

a) True
b) False

Q 25. ________________ are the body's adverse reaction to introducing an excessive amount of a toxic substance into the system.

a) Perceptions
b) Better motor ability and better sleeping
c) Congeners
d) Hangovers

Q 26. Use __________ to prevent friends who have been drinking from driving.

a) Bribery
b) Persuasion
c) Positive peer pressure
d) Manipulation

Q 27. True or False: It is legal for you to follow closely behind any fire engine, police car, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle with a siren or flashing lights.

a) True
b) False

Q 28. ___________________ provides a method of paying for loss or damage if you are involved in a collision.

a) Insurance
b) Your car company
c) The DMV
d) Restitution

Q 29. You can obtain a disabled parking placard from your county

a) Medical examiner
b) Chief physician
c) Sheriff's office
d) Tax collector

Q 30. If you are involved in a violation and you do not have insurance to comply with the __________________, your driver license and/or license plates will be suspended for up to three years.

a) Federal requirement
b) Driver Safety Law
c) Financial Responsibility Law
d) DMV

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Q 31. If you are walking along a highway, always walk on the shoulder:

a) With the traffic flow
b) Facing the traffic flow
c) Going in any direction you choose
d) None of the answers is correct

Q 32. 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) False
b) 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.)

Q 33. Microsleep is ___________________.

a) Unpredictable and only avoided with rest
b) Most likely to occur in the morning
c) Avoided by less alcohol
d) A good way to catch up on your rest while waiting for a long light

Q 34. ____________ of a license is defined as a formal action to terminate a license.

a) Cancellation
b) Revocation
c) Restriction
d) Suspension

Q 35. 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.

a) True
b) False

Q 36. Changing road conditions, traffic signals, pedestrians, changing CDs, and talking with passengers in your vehicle are examples of __________________ that you need to process every time you drive.

a) Continuous information you receive
b) Driving skills
c) Road rage
d) Unnecessary distractions

Q 37. True or False: Multiple lane changes must be done individually, going through the same procedures for each lane change.

a) True
b) False

Q 38. A person charged with DUI is often viewed by society as reckless and selfish. The record of the offense stays on their driving record ________________.

a) Until the court costs are met
b) For a lifetime
c) Three to five years, depending if the charge is the first or second offense
d) Five years

Q 39. Even as a sober driver, you should remain aware of behavior of driver who may be __________.

a) Overly aggressive
b) Fatigued
c) Inattentive
d) Impaired

Q 40. __________ are one of the deadliest types of intersections.

a) Roundabouts
b) Four way stops
c) Railroad crossings
d) Flashing yellow lights

Q 41. If you are going 55 mph, you will need more than _____________ feet to safely pass another vehicle.

a) 800
b) 400
c) 1600
d) 200

Q 42. Do not park more than _______ away from the curb.

a) Six inches
b) Six feet
c) Ten feet
d) One foot

Q 43. True or False: A 24 year old motorcycle driver would not be required to wear protective eyewear when riding in Florida.

a) True
b) False

Q 44. If your BAL is .10, you can expect a __________ drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.

a) 24%
b) 36%
c) 13%
d) 17%

Q 45. True or False: Time of day is also a factor that increases everyone's risk.

a) True
b) False

Q 46. You will be issued a Florida ______________ from your insurance company.

a) Driver license
b) Insurance I.D. Card
a) Driver certification
a) Social Security Card

Q 47. You are not allowed to park within _____ feet of an intersection.

a) 15
b) 20
c) 5
d) 10

Q 48. Driving a motor vehicle often requires __________ reaction time.

a) Visual
b) Simple
c) Standard
d) Complex

Q 49. As a funeral procession enters an intersection all of the cars in the procession should:

a) Slow down
b) Speed up
c) Have their lights on
d) Blow their horns

Q 50. ____________ is the temporary withdrawal of a person's license or driving privileges.

a) Cancellation
b) Suspension
c) Restriction
d) Revocation


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