Traffic School, Drivers Ed Answers ★ Refuse to submit to a Field Sobriety Test

Question: If you refuse to take the chemical test to determine if you are driving while intoxicated:
A.) No penalty will be provided
B.) You may be arrested for refusing to take the test
C.) Your insurance will be cancelled
D.) Your license may be suspended

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Your license may be suspended


Question: True or False: It is better to refuse to take a field sobriety test than to take a chance on being convicted of a DUI.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

HINT: Implied Consent Law: A law enforcement officer may at any time give you a sobriety test of blood, breath, and urine AND your blood may be taken against your will. Refusing the test does not guarantee that you won’t be convicted of a DUI. If you refuse to take a test, your refusal could be used against you in court as evidence to prove that you were driving under the influence, you will lose your license. If you refuse and are later convicted of a DUI, then your minimum jail sentence will be twice as long as it would have been had you not refused a test.


Question: Under Florida law, a driver who refuses to submit to a test for alcohol or drugs will lose his/her license for ___________
A.) 90 days.
B.) six months.
C.) one year.

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one year.

HINT: Under the Implied Consent Law in Florida, a law enforcement officer may administer a chemical test of any driver's breath, blood or urine at any time. Refusing to take any test required by law to determine whether or not you are under the influence will result in your license being automatically suspendeFirst Violation: One Year Suspension - Second Violation and Subsequent Refusal: 18 Month Suspension; the charge is a first degree misdemeanor.


Question: If a person refuses to submit to a chemical or physical test their driving privilege will be suspended for ______.
A.) two years
B.) one year
C.) three years

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one year


Question: If a person refuses to submit to a chemical or physical test their driving privilege will be suspended for one year.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: If a person refuses to submit to a chemical or physical test your driving privilege is suspended for ___________.
A.) three years
B.) one year
C.) two years

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one year


Question: If a person refuses for a second or subsequent time to submit to a chemical or physical test their driving privilege will be suspended for eighteen months.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

If a person refuses to submit to any lawful breath, blood or urine test will result in the suspension of the person’s privilege to operate a motor vehicle for a period of one(1) year for the first refusal, or for a period of 18(eighteen) months if the driving privilege of such person has been previously(second or subsequent time) suspended as a result of a failure to submit to such a chemical or physical test.


Question: Refusing to submit to a sobriety test is your right by law.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: A(n) __________________ device is a breath analyzer on your vehicle that is electronically connected to the ignition.
A.) Sobriety tester
B.) BAL analyzer
C.) Ignition Interlock
D.) Emergency shutoff

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Ignition Interlock


Question: In Florida, refusal to submit to testing (second offense) results in ______________.
A.) A 6 month suspension
B.) An 18 month suspension
C.) A 30 day suspension
D.) A license revocation

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An 18 month suspension


Question: In Florida, refusal to submit to testing (first offense) results in ______________.
A.) A 30 day suspension
B.) A 6 month suspension
C.) A 12 month suspension
D.) A license revocation

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A 12 month suspension


Question: First offenses for refusal to submit to a breath or blood alcohol test will result in a suspension of driving privileges for four months.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: True or False: Portable alcohol breath testing devices cannot be used for persons under the age of 21.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

HINT: 1) Portable Alcohol Breath Testing Devices: Authorized by s.322.2616, F.S., can be used for persons under the age of 21. Reading is admissible as evidence in any administrative hearing conducted under s. 322.2616, F.S.
2) F.S. 322.2616(16) states that by “applying for and accepting and using a driver’s license, a person under the age of 21 years who holds the driver’s license is deemed to have expressed his or her consent to the provisions of this section.”
3) A breath test to determine breath-alcohol level pursuant to this section may be conducted as authorized by s. 316.1932 or by a breath-alcohol test device listed in the United States Department of Transportation’s conforming-product list of evidential breath-measurement devices.
4) The reading from such a device is presumed accurate and is admissible in evidence in any administrative hearing conducted under this section.


Question: The Administrative Per Se Law means:
A.) the DMV has the power to confiscate your vehicle based on the results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such tests.
B.) you have the right to speak to an attorney before submitting to an alcohol or drug test.
C.) you can be arrested and put in jail based on the results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such tests.
D.) the DMV has the power to suspend or revoke your license based on the results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such tests.

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the DMV has the power to suspend or revoke your license based on the results of alcohol or drug tests taken or your refusal to take such tests.


Question: The ____________________ Law means the DMV has the power to suspend or revoke your license based on the results of tests taken OR your refusal to take such tests.
A.) Zero Tolerance
B.) MADD
C.) Administrative Per Se
D.) Alcohol Testing

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Administrative Per Se


Question: FST stands for Field Sobriety Ticket.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: An example of a field sobriety test is:
A.) Balance Test
B.) ounting Backwards
C.) Nystagmus Test
D.) All of the above

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All of the above


Question: Counting backwards is no longer allowed as part of a field sobriety test.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


Question: The nystagmus test has to do with ____.
A.) reflexes
B.) balance
C.) eye muscles
D.) coordination
E.) math problems

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eye muscles


Question: Your license can be suspended if you __________
A.) refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
B.) lie about the ownership or operation of motor vehicles.
C.) commit an immoral act in which a motor vehicle was used.
D.) all of the above

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refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Question: 2. 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.
D.) all of the above

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all of the above

Your license can be SUSPENDED if you:
Make a fraudulent driver license application.
Allow your license to be used for a purpose that is against the law.
Are convicted in a traffic court and the court orders that your license be suspended.
Refuse to take a test to show if you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Misuse a restricted license.
Earn a certain number of points for traffic offenses on the point system.
Break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
Fail to pay child support.
Fail to carry insurance on your vehicle.
Fail to stop for a school bus.
Use tobacco if you are under age.
Retail theft.


Question: 3. Your license can be suspended if you __________
A.) break a traffic law and fail to pay your fine or appear in court as directed.
B.) fail to pay child support.
C.) use tobacco if you are under age.
D.) all of the above

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all of the above


Question: 4. Your license can be suspended if you __________
A.) commit three major offenses or 15 offenses for which you receive points within a 5-year period.
B.) misuse a restricted license.
C.) have vision worse than the standard minimum requirements.
D.) all of the above

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misuse a restricted license.


Question: Operating a vehicle in the state of Florida is considered as giving legal consent to __________.
➜ Operating a vehicle in the state of Florida is considered as giving legal consent to blank
➜ Operating a motor vehicle in the state of Florida is considered as giving legal consent to
ANS: performing a chemical test (submit to an approved chemical test or physical test.)

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