DMV General Drug and Alcohol Test #2
When you drive in the United States, you agree to:
When applying for a driver's license, all states have "implied consent" legislation that allow motorists to consent to field sobriety testing and chemical tests to assess impairment if requested by law police.
How long does it take your body to eliminate the alcohol in 5 ounces of wine on average?
It takes your body about an hour to remove the alcohol in 5 ounces of wine.
What happens if you drink coffee after you drink alcohol?
No amount of coffee will get you sober. If you're drunk, it will take many hours for the alcohol to naturally exit your system. No amount of coffee will hasten the way your body breaks down alcohol. However, coffee can influence your intoxicated condition by deceiving your mind into believing you're nearly sober.
If you are found guilty of driving while drunk, you could receive the following sentences:
Alcohol impairment while operating a vehicle is a serious crime. For a DUI, you might receive a term of up to 6 months in jail.
Which of the following does not fall under the heading of distracted driving?
While sounds can be distracting, there are three main types of distractions: visual, manual, and cognitive. Visual distractions include anything that takes your eyes off the road, manual distractions include anything that takes your hands off the steering wheel, and cognitive distractions include anything that takes your thoughts away from driving.
MANY PEOPLE'S FIRST DRUG OF CHOICE IS _________ DRUG.
MOST PEOPLE'S FIRST DRUG IS ALCOHOLIC ALCOHOL.
Which of the following statements regarding alcohol is always true?
The last option is the correct answer.
Which of the following factors has no bearing on blood alcohol content (BAC)?
The amount of alcohol you consume determines your blood alcohol content (BAC). How long does it take between drinks? Your body mass index.
WHAT HELPS ENSURE SAFE DRIVING IF YOU DRINK ALCOHOL SOCIALLY?
HELPS TO ENSURE SAFE DRIVING IF YOU RIDE HOME WITH A FRIEND WHO HAS NOT BEEN DRINKING.
If you're using a prescription medicine, make sure to:
When taking any prescription medication, it's important to understand how it will influence your ability to drive safely.
When you have both alcohol and drugs in your blood:
Combining alcohol and other drugs drastically affects your capacity to drive and can have fatal consequences for your health.
You have agreed to the following when driving in the United States:
Drivers in all states are required to consent to field sobriety tests and chemical testing to establish impairment when law enforcement requests them as part of the "implied consent" rules.
What happens if you decline a chemical test for operating under the influence if you are above 21 and have never been arrested for OUI?
All states have "implied consent" rules that require drivers to consent to field sobriety testing and chemical tests to establish impairment when they apply for a driver's license. If you initially refuse an OUI chemical test, your license will be suspended for a year.
Whose job is it to know how your prescription affects your ability to drive?
Your choices and deeds are your responsibility. Before you get on the road, be sure you are fully aware of the potential adverse effects of the medications you are taking.
How much alcohol does it take to have an impact on your driving?
When you are driving, even one drink can make it more difficult for you to respond quickly to unexpected events. Don't drink and drive; take a cab instead.
Even at BAC levels as low as.03 and.04 percent, good judgment and vision are severely hampered, especially in ____________.
Driving skills, sound judgment, and vision are all substantially compromised at BAC levels as low as.03 and.04 percent, according to research, especially for young drinkers.