Traffic School, TLSAE Test Answers ➜ BAL, Blood Alcohol Level 1

Question: If your BAL is at .04, you can expect a __________ drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
A.) 13%
B.) 24%
C.) 36%
D.) 17%


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13%

Explanation: 1. If your BAL is .10 you can expect a 24% drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
2. If your BAL is at .04 you can expect a 13% drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
3. If your BAL is .07 you can expect a 17% drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.


Question: Drivers were tested on various driving exercises before they had been drinking. They were given alcoholic beverages of their choice. _________________ occurred as BALs increased.
A.) A minimal decline in driving ability
B.) A steady decline in driving ability
C.) No decline in driving ability
D.) Headaches

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A steady decline in driving ability


Question: Any driver under 21 years of age who is stopped by law enforcement and has a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or higher will automatically have their driving privilege suspended for 6 months.
➜ If you are less than 21 years of age, have been stopped by law enforcement, and have a breath or blood alcohol level of ________ or higher, you will automatically have your driving privilege suspended for six months.
A.) 0.08
B.) 0.04
C.) 0.06
D.) 0.02

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0.02


Question: Drivers with a BAL of .15% are about __________ times more likely to be involved in a fatal collision than sober drivers.
A.) five
B.) nine
C.) twenty
D.) thirty five

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twenty


Question: A drinking driver is 7 1/2 times more likely to have an accident than a non drinking driver if the drinking driver's blood alcohol level is:
A.) 0.15%
B.) 0.08%
C.) 0.20%
D.) 0.05%

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0.08%


Question: In the State of Florida, the penalties for DUI become progressively more severe depending upon the number of convictions and the driver’s ________________.
A.) Blood Alcohol Level
B.) Speed
C.) Experience
D.) Vehicle

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Blood Alcohol Level


Question: Any driver under 21 with a breath or blood alcohol level of __________ or higher is required to attend a substance abuse course.
➜ A driver under the age of 21 will be required to attend a substance abuse course if they are found to be driving with a blood alcohol level of:
A.) 0.02
B.) 0.03
C.) 0.04
D.) 0.05
E.) 0.08

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0.05

Explanation: The correct answer is B. Any driver licensed in Florida under the age of 21 who is found to be driving with a blood alcohol level of .05 or more will be required to attend a substance abuse course.


Question: True or False: 24 hours awake has the same effect as .1 blood alcohol level.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Blood Alcohol Level (BAL) is considered illegal when it reaches
A.) 0.09%
B.) 0.08%
C.) 0.5%
D.) 0.1%

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0.08%


Question: A heavier person will have a lower blood alcohol level due to a greater amount of __________ in their body.
A.) Muscle tissue
B.) Water
C.) Blood
D.) Fat tissue

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Blood

Explanation: The heavier person has more blood to maintain the larger body. A larger, heavier person may not be affected by alcohol in the same way as a lighter, smaller person. This is because the larger person has more body fluids. These body fluids dilute the alcohol. Therefore the larger, heavier person may have a lower BAC even when drinking the same amount as a smaller person.


Question: Male drivers between the age of 16 and 20 with a BAL of _______________ are 52 times more likely to die is a single vehicle crash than a sober driver of the same age.
A.) 0.06
B.) 0.08
C.) 0.01
D.) 0.1

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0.08

Explanation: A male driver with a BAL of .08 - .099 is 52 times more likely to die. Male drivers between the age of 16 and 20 with a BAL of 0.08 are 52 times more likely to die is a single vehicle crash than a sober driver of the same age.


Question: The absorption of alcohol can be slowed down by eating, but only __________ can reduce the BAL level.
A.) Sleep
B.) Water
C.) Coffee
D.) Time

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Time


Question: True or False: The higher the BAL, the higher the risk of a fatal crash.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


Question: Risk-taking has been shown to be affected at a BAL of __________.
➜ Risk-taking has been shown to be affected at bal of ________. A.) 0.12
B.) 0.01
C.) 0.08
D.) 0.05

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0.01


Question: Women have a greater BAL than men of the same weight because women have less __________.
A.) blood
B.) muscle mass
C.) alcohol dehydrogenase
D.) body fat

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alcohol dehydrogenase

Explanation: Women have less alcohol dehydrogenase (enzyme which breaks down alcohol), and therefore up to 30% more alcohol may be absorbed into their bloodstream. Because of this, women usually reach a higher BAC than men after consuming the same amount of alcohol. If a man and woman of equal weight drank the same beverage, the woman’s BAC would be higher.


Question: True or False: Your sex (gender) has no impact on your BAC level.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE

Explanation: Your sex (gender) has impact on your BAC level. Alcohol does not affect men and women equally. Research indicates that alcohol’s effects on females tend to be stronger and last longer. This is because women produce a smaller amount of alcohol dehydrogenase, an enzyme that breaks down alcohol in the stomach. As a result, women reach a peak BAC about 20 percent higher than men do. As well Body Weight too affects the percentage of alcohol in your blood. A heavier person has more body fluids with which the alcohol will mix, and thus will have a lower BAC.


Question: Any driver under the age of 21 will have their license suspended if they:
A.) Accumulate 6 or more points on their license
B.) Are involved in a collision which is considered to be their fault
C.) Drive with a blood alcohol level of .02 or more

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Drive with a blood alcohol level of .02 or more

Explanation: The correct answer is C. Any driver licensed in Florida under the age of 21 who is found to be driving with a blood alcohol level of .02 or more will have their license suspended.

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