Traffic School, Drivers Ed Answers ★ Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Impaired Driver 2

Question: If you take sedatives, you could experience____.
A.) heart burn
B.) Relaxation
C.) impaired reflexes
D.) a bowel movement

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impaired reflexes


Question: 2. If you take sedatives, you could experience _________.
A.) Bleeding in the bowels
B.) Nausea
C.) Impaired reflexes
D.) Excitement

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impaired reflexes


Question: Which one of these is considered an "impairment" to driving?
A.) Driving under the influence of drugs
B.) Driving while in denial of one's bad driving habits
C.) All of the above

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All of the above


Question: Alcohol or drugs not only impair your driving they
A.) Impair your thinking and reasoning
B.) Impair your judgment
C.) All of the above

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All of the above

Both your thinking and your reasoning become impaired when you drink or take drugs. You can tell just by the fact that once you have one drink, you are more likely to have another and then another. You become less likely to consider the consequences of your actions. You underestimate the risks of being on the road, and overestimate your ability to tolerate alcohol.


Question: One way to avoid impaired drivers is to stay away from the parts of town where the bars and nightclubs are located.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Taking sedating antidepressants even _____ hours before driving is equal to driving impaired.
A.) 2
B.) 5
C.) 10

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10


Question: You can be found guilty of impaired driving if the state can prove_________.
A.) A. you were presumed impaired while driving based on alcohol level
B.) B. your ability to hear, see, walk, or talk is below normal standards determined by the state
C.) C. both A and Bare correct

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both A and Bare correct

HINT: You can be found guilty of impaired driving if the state can prove you were presumed impaired while driving based on alcohol level and your ability to hear, see, walk, or talk is below normal standards determined by the state.


Question: A driver is impaired when they ___________
A.) A. refuse to adapt their driving behavior to traffic conditions.
B.) B. unaware of traffic around them.
C.) C. Both A and B

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Both A and B


Question: A driver's ability to assess driving situations is _________ with each drink.
A.) increase
B.) decrease
C.) not effected
D.) none of the above

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decreased


Question: Driving after drinking_______the probability of greater injury than would happen if you were sober.
A.) decreases
B.) has no effect on
C.) increases
D.) has the same risk on

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increases


Question: The use of alcohol and other drugs by the operator of a motor vehicle reduces then eliminates your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: It is unsafe and dangerous to drive with any amount of alcohol in your body.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: What are the consequences that can result from being caught driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs?
A.) Fines
B.) Imprisonment
C.) Driver license revocation
D.) All of the above

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All of the above

EXPLANATION: The penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) are severe and may include fees, jail time, rehabilitation class, installation of an ignition interlock device on your car (to make sure the car won't run if you have consumed alcohol), and other penalties. The penalties for a first-time DUI charge include Driver license revocation (a 180 day minimum).


Question: You should get into his motor vehicle and driving while angry.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: Any condition that interferes with your judgment or reasoning abilities __________
A.) can increase your alertness.
B.) makes you an unsafe driver.
C.) is to be expected and should be tolerated.

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makes you an unsafe driver.


Question: Your ability to drive is affected:
A.) When you reach a 0.08 B.A.C.
B.) After you have three drinks within one hour.
C.) After your first drink.

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After your first drink.


Question: Other drivers and pedestrians expect you to be sober and attentive, so you are responsible for
A.) giving proper signals when you are planning to change lanes, stop, or turn.
B.) only your own safety and welfare.
C.) taking proper care of your car so that it is always in good working condition.
D.) choices A and C are correct.

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choices A and C are correct.


Question: True or False: For young people, it is more likely that they will drive too slow after drinking because of their natural risk-taking propensities.
For young people, it is more likely that they will drive too slow after drinking because of their natural risk-taking propensity.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: One way to keep friends from driving impaired is to have them stay overnight where they are.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: You should never call a cab to keep from driving impaired.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: Calling a parent to pick you up is one way to keep from driving impaired.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Which of the following statements is true? DRINK AND Drive
A.) Young drivers are more affected by alcohol because their bodies are still in the growth process and their livers have not developed to the extent that they can efficiently process the alcohol in their bloodstream.
B.) If you drink alcohol, even a little, your chance of being in a crash is much lower than if you did not drink any alcohol.
C.) No one can drink alcohol and drive safely, unless they have been driving for many years.
D.) all of the above

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Young drivers are more affected by alcohol because their bodies are still in the growth process and their livers have not developed to the extent that they can efficiently process the alcohol in their bloodstream.


Question: 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.

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Learn from other people’s mistakes.


Question: When there are no other ways to return home after consuming alcohol, you must drive.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: You should always increase distance between your vehicle and the vehicle of someone who appears impaired.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: The best alternative to driving impaired is to never consume alcohol and/or other drugs and then drive.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: You should always plan ahead if you are planning on drinking.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Calling a cab for a friend who has been drinking is never a good idea.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: You should never drive a friend home if he has been drinking.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: If you encounter a driver who appears to be impaired you should:
ANS: Stay away from his vehicle

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