Traffic School, TLSAE Test Answers ★ Alcohol, Drug Use Related Crashes Cost 1

Question: The cost to state and local government for a fatal crash can reach:
➜ For a fatal crash, costs can soar to __________
A.) $25,000
B.) $100,000
C.) $500,000
D.) $250,000.00
E.) $50,000.00

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$500,000

EXPLANATION: For a fatal crash the cost can soar to a half million dollars in emergency and court costs, and that doesn't include time lost from work, higher insurance rates and everything else that comes up in the aftermath of a crash.


Question: Motor vehicle crashes cost Americans _____ of dollars every year.
A.) hundreds
B.) thousands
C.) millions
D.) billions

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billions


Question: Motor vehicle crashes cost society an estimated $7,300 per second. (Traffic Safety Facts 2005)
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

EXPLANATION: Motor vehicle crashes cost society an estimated $7,300 per second. The total economic cost of crashes was estimated at $230.6 billion in 2000. In 2000, the cost of speeding-related crashes was estimated to be $40.4 billion — $76,865 per minute or $1,281 per second
Source: https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/810629


Question: Motor vehicle crashes cost society an estimated $4,800 per second. True or False? (Traffic Safety Facts 1999)
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

EXPLANATION: Motor vehicle crashes cost society an estimated $4,800 per second. The total economic cost of crashes was estimated at $150.5 billion in 1994. The 1999 costs of speeding-related crashes were estimated to be $28.0 billion — $53,243 per minute or $887 per second.
Source: https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/809096


Question: Alcohol is a factor in __________% of Florida crash costs.
A.) 15
B.) 20
C.) 30
D.) 40

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30


Question: Alcohol is a factor in what percentage of all crash cost in the state of Florida?
A.) 20%
B.) 25%
C.) 30%
D.) 32%

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30%


Question: Alcohol related crashes cost society approximately 114 billion dollars annually.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Alcohol-related crashes in the United States cost the public an estimated _____ in 2000.
A.) $114.3 billion
B.) $10 million
C.) $100 billion

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$114.3 billion


Question: How much did alcohol related crashes cost the state of Florida in 2000?
A.) 12.6 billion
B.) 68 billion
C.) 16 billion
D.) 20 billion

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12.6 billion


Question: How much did the average alcohol related fatality cost in Florida in 2004?
➜ The average alcohol-related fatality in Florida costs the public more than $__________ million
➜ The average alcohol-related fatality in Florida costs $__________ million.
A.) 7.7
B.) 5.5
C.) 3.3
D.) 1.1

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3.3 million


Question: 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

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$130 billion (Answered as per the given options, infact the book says $129 billion)


Question: Alcohol related crashes cost the public _____.
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost the public more than _____ billion in florida.
A.) $10 million
B.) $100 billion
C.) $114 billion

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$114 billion


Question: Indirect costs from alcohol related crashes cost society approximately_______ billion dollars annually.
➜ Including the direct and indirect costs, alcohol related collisions cost society_______billion dollars annually.
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost society approximately_______ billion dollars annually.
A.) 76
B.) 86
C.) 94/96
D.) 106
E.) 114

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114


Question: Alcohol-related collisions cost the American public about 114___________ dollars per year.
A.) thousand
B.) million
C.) billion

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billion

EXPLANATION: Alcohol-related collisions cost the American public about 114 billion dollars per year. The indirect costs raise the alcohol-related crash figure to a staggering $116 billion.


Question: Alcohol related crashes cost the public _____.
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost the public more than _____ billion in florida.
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost the public how much in florida
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost the public how much money
A.) $10 million
B.) $100 billion
C.) $116 billion

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$116 billion


Question: Including the direct and indirect costs, alcohol related collisions cost society_______billion dollars annually.
➜ Alcohol related crashes cost society approximately_______ billion dollars annually.
A.) 86
B.) 96
C.) 106
D.) 116

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116


Question: What is the economic cost to society each year from crashes and injuries on U.S. highways.
A.) 17 Billion Dollars
B.) 60 Billion Dollars
C.) 230 Billion Dollars

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230 Billion Dollars

Explanation: There are almost seven million traffic crashes each year, and nearly 43,000 people die in those crashes. In addition to the cost in human lives, the economic cost exceeds $230 billion annually! The economic cost to society each year from crashes and injuries on US highways is about 230 Billion dollars. Moreover, annual costs to society from motor vehicle crashes remain at more than $230 billion.


Question: What is the monetary cost to the United States economy due to losses directly related to traffic crashes?
A.) $230 billion
B.) $50 million
C.) $12 billion
D.) $225 million

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$230 billion


Question: How much do motor vehicle crashes cost American tax payers annually?
➜ Motor vehicle crashes cost American taxpayers over __________ billion dollars every year
A.) 10 billion
B.) 50 billion
C.) 100 billion
D.) 230.6 billion

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230.6 billion


Question: True or False: The economic cost to society each year from crashes and injuries on US highways is about 230 Billion dollars.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE

EXPLANATION: The economic cost to society each year from crashes and injuries on US highways is about 230 Billion dollars. Moreover, annual costs to society from motor vehicle crashes remain at more than $230 billion.

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