DKT Test (Drug and Alcohol) #1
Before driving or riding, you should do the following to reduce the effects of alcohol:
Over time, your body will process the alcohol out of your system. The ability of your body to remove the alcohol is unaffected by the addition of other liquid.
If you're on any kind of medication, make sure to:
Any potential adverse effects of your drug will be discussed with you by your doctor or pharmacist.
Even if you don't feel impacted by alcohol, you should:
Alcohol inhibits your ability in any amount.
What's the safest approach to keep under the legal limit of alcohol consumption?
The safest approach to staying under the limit is to avoid consuming alcohol. While a breathalyzer can detect alcohol in your system, any level of alcohol can impair your ability to drive a vehicle.
If you've ever taken illegal drugs, you've done one of the following:
Illegal drug use can cause dangerous negative effects and affect your ability to drive safely.
If you take medicine and then consume alcoholic drinks:
When taking medicine, you should avoid any alcohol and check with your doctor to see if you can drive while taking a certain drug.
When drivers have been drinking, they are more likely to be involved in the following types of collisions:
Because alcohol hinders your ability to react, crashes are more likely to be serious.
You want to drive your car, but you're suffering from a severe headache. To relieve the agony, a friend lends you some of their headache pills. What should you do first before taking these pills?
Prescription medicines must be taken with the advice of a doctor or pharmacist, and they may have undesired side effects that impair your ability to drive.
It is best to do the following before driving a car or riding a motorcycle:
Even if you don't feel it, any amount of alcohol diminishes your capacity.