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Aceable Level 8, Chapter 1: It's The Law

Seth is 16 years old and has a blood alcohol level of .02%. Can he legally drive?
ANS: No. There is zero tolerance for minors and alcohol.

The difference between DUI and DWI is __________.
ANS: Minors can be charged with a DUI for any detectable amount of alcohol while anyone can be charged for a DWI with a BAC of .08 or higher.

First-time minor DWI offenders face:
1. A driver license suspension of 90 to 365 days.
2. 72 hours to 180 days in jail.
3. A $0 - $2,000 fine
4. All choices

ANS: All choices

A single DWI conviction can cost a driver up to ____.
A single dwi conviction can cost a driver up to how much money in texas aceable
A.) $800
B.) $10,000
C.) $5,000
D.) $3,000

ANS: $10,000

The State of Texas has a ______ policy for minors driving under the influence.
ANS: Zero Tolerance

Chris is charged with drinking and driving. His 13-year-old nephew was in the car with him. Chris may also be charged with ________.
ANS: DWI With a Passenger Under 15.

Which of these is sth a person convicted of DWI might have to pay for?
ANS: car impounding, laywer and court fees, probation and monitoring fees

What is Intoxication Manslaughter?
ANS: A drunk driver ends someone's life in a collision.

What does the Open Container law state?
ANS: It's illegal to have an open alcohol container in your car, parked or moving.

What is the name of the crime for having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle?
ANS: Open Container

What is a consequence of refusing a law enforcement officer's request to take a breathalyzer or blood test?
ANS: Your drivers license is automatically suspended.

If you don't agree to a breath alcohol test, you are guilty of ____.
ANS: An Implied Consent infraction.

Kathy had been drinking too much before getting pulled over by a police officer during a "No Refusal" period. What is a likely outcome?
ANS: She'll be obligated to take a breathalyzer test or risk being forced to take a blood alcohol test.

It is not a criminal offense to give a fake ID or name to a police officer that has lawfully arrested or detained you.
ANS: FALSE

If an underage person purchases, attempts to purchase, or uses a fake ID to purchase alcohol, he or she is guilty of .
ANS: Minor in Possession

It is a criminal offense to provide false identification to a police officer that has lawfully arrested or detained you.
ANS: TRUE

Consequences of having your driver's license suspended include ____.
1. Possible job loss
2. Having to rely on public transportation.
3. A misdemeanor or felony on your record.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

The cost of car insurance _______ for those convicted of drunk driving.
ANS: Increases

The state of Texas has a zero-tolerance policy for _______ driving under the influence.
ANS: Anyone under the age of 21.

Which is a consequence for the offense called Minor in Possession?
1. Facing a year of jail time.
2. A fine up to $4,000.
3. Suspension of your driver's license for a minimum of 30 days.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

What does the Zero Tolerance law mean for drivers under 21?
ANS: They can not have a trace of alcohol.

Aceable Level 8, Chapter 2: What Can Happen

Thirty-one percent of all fatal traffic collisions in 2011 involved ________.
ANS: An impaired driver.

Pedestrians and bicyclists are the most vulnerable to choices made by impaired drivers. True or false?
ANS: True. Pedestrians and bicyclists have no protection from impaired drivers.

Drunk drivers do NOT have a significant impact on children. True or false?
ANS: False: Drunk drivers are responsible for 20% of child fatalities.

Young drivers aged 16-20 are _____ to die in a crash when they have a BAC of .08% than when not drinking.
ANS: 17 times more likely.

The 15-20 year old age group can't legally drink, but is _________ in impaired driving-related crashes in Texas.
ANS: Over-involved.

What is the number one cause of death for teenagers?
A) Cancer
B) Traffic collisions
C) Homicide
D) Horrible pop music

ANS: B) Traffic collisions

21- to 24-year-olds in the US have the lowest percentage of drivers in fatal crashes with BAC levels of .08% or higher. True or false?
ANS: FALSE

How many lives has the 21 age limit for drinking saved?
ANS: Over 27,000 lives have been saved since the 21 and up limit implementation.

Which factor can influence underage drinking?
A) Advertising
B) Peer pressure
C) Curiosity
D) All choices are correct

All choices are correct

Why is predicting alcohol's effect on an individual so difficult?
1. A person's emotional state factors into alcohol's effect.
2. Medication affects the influence of alcohol.
3. What a person has eaten is a variable.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

Your friend wants to go home after drinking at a party. What's the safest course of action?
ANS: Designate a sober driver to take your friend home.

Aceable Level 8, Chapter 3: Physiological Effects

What does BAC measure?
ANS: Your percentage of alcohol per volume of blood in your body.

What is NOT a factor that affects Blood Alcohol Concentration?
Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects Blood Alcohol Level?
A) The color of the alcohol
B) The amount of alcohol consumed
C) Body size
D) Gender

ANS: A) The color of the alcohol

Your BAC level will be _______ if you drink quickly.
Your blood alcohol level will be __ if you drink quickly
A) Lower
B) Cooler
C) The same
D) Higher

ANS: Higher

What alcohol content would a bottle of 80 proof vodka have?
ANS: 40% alcohol content.

Which tool does the state use to determine the presence of alcohol in an individual's body?
ANS: A breathalyzer.

Women who drink might have a higher chance of developing breast cancer. True or false?
ANS: TRUE

How does drinking affect a teenager's education?
1. It might make that individual too physically sick to attend school.
2. It might cause a teenager to become depressed and stop caring about grades.
3. It might cause legal problems that end up in records that affect what schools that individual is accepted to.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

Why is drinking especially damaging to an underage individual?
A) It isn't. Drinking hurts everybody the same
B) It damages a still-developing brain
C) It leaves less time for sitcoms
D) It actually hurts adults more than minors

ANS: It damages a still-developing brain

In order to remove alcohol from your system, your liver has to work 2 hours _______.
ANS: For every drink you have.

Why does drinking increase your chances of getting a cold or the flu?
ANS: Alcohol weakens your immune system.

Drinking heavily can lead to infertility and impotence in men. True or false?
ANS: True: Heavily drinking alcohol lowers testosterone levels.

How does alcohol affect your ability to drive?
A) Depth perception is off
B) Peripherals are harder to see
C) Your vision is blurred
D) All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

What is NOT a physiological effect of alcohol that impairs your driving abilities?
ANS: Alcohol lowers your body temperature.

Aceable Level 8, Chapter 4: Psychological Effects Alcohol affects individuals _______.
A) Mentally
B) Emotionally
C) Physically
D) All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

Alcohol is a _______.
ANS: Depressant

Alcohol can cause anxiety. True or false?
ANS: True: Alcohol in large amounts might make problems seem much worse.

You might fail to recall what happened after drinking alcohol because _______.
A) It affects your concentration
B) You probably didn't do anything memorable
C) It affects your ability to store and retain information
D) All choices are incorrect

ANS: It affects your ability to store and retain information

Texas' Zero Tolerance policy applies to ____.
ANS: Minors

Alcohol is often a factor in crimes because it decreases judgment. True or false?
ANS: TRUE

Intoxicated drivers ignore practices such as ____.
1. Staying calm
2. Space management systems
3. Respecting other drivers' lanes
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

What are safe alternatives if you do decide to drink EXCEPT _____.
All of the following are safe alternatives if you do decide to drink EXCEPT __
A) Taking a taxi home
B) Drinking a bottle of water to sober up before driving
C) Having somebody give you a ride home
D) Staying at a friend's house

ANS: Drinking a bottle of water to sober up before driving

Aceable Level 8, Chapter 5: Alcohol is a Drug

Both illegal and prescription/over-the-counter drugs can have negative effects on your ability to drive. True or false?
ANS: True: No matter if legal or illegal, drugs can impair your ability to drive.

Which of these drugs cannot affect your driving skills?
Marijuana
stimulants
over-the-counter medicine
All choices can affect your driving

ANS: All choices can affect your driving (Marijuana, stimulants, and even over-the-counter medicine can have a negative effect on your driving skills.)

What is the most common drug (besides alcohol) found in crashes involving impaired drivers?
ANS: Marijuana

What are the two major drug categories?
A) Stimulants and prescription drugs
B) Depressants and prescription drugs
C) Stimulants and depressants
D) Stimulants and over-the-counter drugs

ANS: Stimulants and depressants

Which is NOT a physiological effect of stimulants?
ANS: Muscle relaxation.

What is an effect of using cocaine?
1. It can damage the inside of the nose.
2. It can transmit STD's.
3. It can cause heart problems.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

The use of bath salts can cause chest pains, high blood pressure, and a rapid heartbeat. True or false?
ANS: True: Bath salts cause cardiac health problems.

What is an example of a depressant drug?
Which of the following is an example of a depressant drug?
A) Morphine
B) Heroine
C) Opium
D) All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

_______ drugs distort the way the user processes reality.
A) Depressant
B) Stimulant
C) Hallucinogenic
D) Carcinogenic

ANS: Hallucinogenic

Research has found that _______ of marijuana could be more dangerous than the drug itself.
ANS: Synthetic versions

The use of _____ is the #1 preventable cause of death in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
ANS: Tobacco

Legal drugs that can be abused include ______.
1. Pain relievers
2. Cough syrups
3. Decongestants
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

Only ILLEGAL drug use can negatively alter your vision and cause a crash. True or false?
ANS: False: All drug use can negatively alter your vision and cause a crash.

Why is driving after mixing two drugs more dangerous than driving under the influence of one drug?
ANS: It's hard to predict how you'll react to the combination.

Aceable Level 8, Chapter 6: Just Be Responsible

One of Pete's friends has started drinking every weekend and pushes Pete to join in. What should Pete do?
ANS: Pete should hang out with friends who aren't drinking.

Decide _______ you are offered drugs or alcohol.
ANS: To say no before

Stella wants to go to a party with her best friend who will be drinking. What's the best course of action?
A) She should make sure to return with her so her friend will drive safely
B) She should wait and see if her best friend changes her mind about drinking
C) She should test her friend to see how much the alcohol has affected her
D) She should ask a sober friend before the party to take her home

ANS: She should ask a sober friend before the party to take her home

To assume personal responsibility and avoid alcohol-related and drug-related risks, you should ____.
1. Pick your friends carefully.
2. Plan ahead.
3. Pursue your goals.
4. All choices are correct

ANS: All choices are correct

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