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★ Drivers Ed Module 6 Test Answers - Effect of Alcohol and Drugs

If you refuse to take a blood, urine, or breath test to determine if you are driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you will automatically
A.) be assigned to 50 hours of community service
B.) be required to pay a $500 fine
C.) have your driving privilege suspended for one year
D.) have your motor vehicle insurance cancelled by the state

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Have your driving privilege suspended for one year


Driving while under the influence of alcohol can lead to _____________.
A.) taking risks
B.) putting oneself and others in deadly situations
C.) traffic congestion
D.) both A and B

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both A and B (taking risks and putting oneself and others in deadly situations)


________ now have 21-year-old minimum drinking age laws.
A.) Most states
B.) Some states
C.) All states
D.) None of the above

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All states
EXPLANATION: The minimum legal drinking age is now 21 years of age in all states. The NHTSA estimates that these laws have reduced traffic fatalities involving drivers 18 to 20 years old by 13% and have saved an estimated 29,292 lives since 1975.


Alcohol _____________.
A.) is a stimulant
B.) is a depressant
C.) gives you energy
D.) all of the above

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is a depressant
EXPLANATION: Alcohol is a depressant. The initial effects of alcohol may heighten your mood, but you will also become overconfident, your attention span is shortened, and your ability to think, speak, and move will slow down.


Having food in your stomach keeps alcohol from being absorbed _________.
A.) completely
B.) quickly
C.) slowly
D.) none of the above

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quickly
EXPLANATION: Be aware that food will not absorb or dilute alcohol in your body. However, eating food first may coat the stomach lining and slow the absorption of what you drink—but this only lasts for a short time. Any alcohol you drink will eventually enter your blood.


Alcohol first impairs your ________.
A.) motor skills
B.) judgment
C.) color recognition

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judgment

EXPLANATION: Alcohol affects brain function and sensory perception directly, with judgment being the first to go. Things like distance and speed perception become much more difficult. Being unable to accurately sense one's surroundings together with a slower reaction time makes any driver a danger to everyone.


TRUE or FALSE: The brain plays a role in addiction.
A.) True
B.) False

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True


Alcohol was involved in ___ of the total traffic fatalities in 2012 nationwide.
A.) 3%
B.) 13%
C.) 21%
D.) 31%

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31%
EXPLANATION:The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that there were 10,332 alcohol-related fatalities in 2012—31% of the total traffic fatalities for the year.



Florida FLVS Drivers Ed Module 6 Test Answers - Effect of Alcohol and Drugs

Most drugs taken for headaches, colds, hay fever, allergies, or stress can make a person drowsy and impair their driving abilities.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE
EXPLANATION: Most drugs taken for headaches, colds, hay fever, allergies, or stress are sedatives. They can make you drowsy and impair your driving abilities.


True or false: Blood Alcohol Level (BAL) is the ratio between the alcohol consumed and the blood in the body.
A.) True
B.) False

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TRUE
EXPLANATION: What is Blood/Breath Alcohol Level (BAL)? When you drink alcohol, it filters through your liver and is absorbed into your blood stream. The alcohol level is the ratio between alcohol and blood.


Alcohol increases your ability to see at night.
A.) True
B.) False

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FALSE


Which of the following will help "sober up" (or lower the BAL) of an intoxicated person?
Which of the following will help sober up and lower the bal of an intoxicated person?
A.) Exercise
B.) Black coffee
C.) Time
D.) A cold shower

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Time


___________ is the second most common drug found in the bodies of collision victims.
A.) cocaine
B.) heroin
C.) marijuana
D.) LSD

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marijuana



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