DKT Test (Drug and Alcohol) #2

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If you want to drive while taking many drugs, you should:

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Explanation:
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.

If a legal medication, such as a pharmaceutical, has an adverse effect on you (e.g. cold or allergy tablets)

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Explanation:
Medications might make you drowsy and impair your judgment while driving.

When the quantity of alcohol in your blood reaches: If you are driving a bus, taxi, hire car, big motor vehicle (over 13.9 tonnes Gross Vehicle Mass), or a vehicle with a dangerous load, it is a crime.

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Explanation:
The concentration is 0.02. This translates to 20 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood. Remember that any alcohol in your system will impair your capacity, even if you aren't aware of it.

How many serious crashes occur on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights?

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Explanation:
On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, alcohol is the primary cause of serious accidents.

Alcohol is a sedative. This translates to:

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Explanation:
Alcohol inhibits your ability to think in any degree.

What is the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit if you have a learner or provisional license?

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Explanation:
When driving on a learner or temporary license, you must not consume any alcohol.

After consuming alcoholic beverages, you may:

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Explanation:
Alcohol inhibits your ability to think in any degree.

If you're going out and planning on drinking alcohol, the best strategy to avoid drinking and driving is to:

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Explanation:
To get home, arrange for a taxi, a designated non-drinking driver, or public transportation.

Having one or two alcoholic beverages prior to driving:

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Explanation:
Alcohol inhibits your ability in any amount.

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