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If you're in a crash and are suspected of driving under the influence, the police may _____.
A.) have your blood drawn, but only if you're conscious
B.) have your blood drawn, even if you're unconscious
C.) contact your employer
D.) put you in jail without an explanation

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have your blood drawn, even if you're unconscious


For drivers under 21, the penalties for driving with an illegal BAL include _____.
A.) up to one year in jail
B.) a fine of up to $2,000
C.) automatic 30-day license suspension
D.) automatic six-month license suspension

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automatic six-month license suspension

EXPLANATION: Any driver under 21 who is found to have a BAL of .02 or higher will automatically have their license suspended for six months (not merely 30 days). If their BAL is .05 or higher, they'll be required to attend a substance abuse course. For drivers under 19, the court will order a medical evaluation, and the person's parents or legal guardians will be notified of the results.


Any driver under 21 who is found to have a BAL of .05 or higher will _____.
A.) be required to attend a substance abuse course
B.) automatically have their license suspended for one year
C.) be imprisoned for up to one year
D.) not be allowed to drink alcohol until they are 25

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be required to attend a substance abuse course

EXPLANATION: Any driver under 21 who is found to have a BAL of .02 or higher will automatically have their license suspended for six months (not one year). If their BAL is .05 or higher, they'll be required to attend a substance abuse course. For drivers under 19, the court will order a medical evaluation, and the person'sparents or legal guardians will be notified of the results.


If you are convicted of DUI, your fine and jail time will be increased if _____.
A.) your BAL is .10 or higher
B.) your BAL is .15 or higher
C.) you were driving at night
D.) you were driving during the day

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your BAL is .15 or higher


To obtain a Class E license, you must _____.
A.) bring a note from your doctor about your vision
B.) pass the vision exam at the FLHSMV
C.) be at least 18 years old
D.) provide a valid passport

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pass the vision exam at the FLHSMV


If you have held a learner's license for more than three months, you may NOT drive _____.
A.) during the afternoon
B.) during rush hour traffic
C.) after 10 p.m. or before daylight
D.) after lunch or before 3 p.m.

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after 10 p.m. or before daylight


If you hold a learner's license, you must be accompanied by _____ at all times when you drive.
A.) A licensed driver age 18 or older
B.) A licensed driver age 21 or older
C.) An older family member
D.) A driving instructor

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A licensed driver age 21 or older


Which of the following is NOT something you might have to do for the driving skills test?
A.) Perform a three-point turn
B.) Park on a grade
C.) Practice being stopped by the police
D.) Use proper driving posture 16

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Practice being stopped by the police


Which of the following is NOT something you might have to do for the driving skills test?
A.) Park your car
B.) Drive around pedestrian
C.) Practice defensive techniques.
D.) Getting in or out of a parking space.

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Practice defensive techniques.


The vehicle you take the class e driving skills test in must _____.
A.) have valid registration
B.) be no more than 10 years old
C.) have working fog lights
D.) be able to exceed 50 mph

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have valid registration


Which of the following is NOT a requirement for the Class E driving skills test?
A.) You must be able to give hand signals.
B.) Your bumpers must meet height requirements.
C.) The vehicle must be able to exceed 25 mph.
D.) A parent or legal guardian must accompany you.

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A parent or legal guardian must accompany you.


If you drive under the influence, you
A.) Increase the risk of killing yourself or another person.
B.) Will have to pay double the fine if you’re ticketed for speeding.
C.) Are less likely to be injured in a collision.
D.) I’m not committing a crime unless your BAL is .08 or higher

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Increase the risk of killing yourself or another person.

EXPLANATION: If you drive under the influence, you risk killing yourself or another person.


If you, an adult, get 12 points on your record in a year you:
A.) will receive an advisory letter that cautions you about the consequences of violating the law.
B.) will be required to complete a driver improvement clinic.
C.) will receive a notice of proposed suspension and given an opportunity to attend an administrative hearing.
D.) All of the above

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All of the above


The penalty for littering 15 lb or less is _____.
A.) $25
B.) $50
C.) $100
D.) $150

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$150


For drivers under 21, the minimum BAL at which you are automatically guilty of DUI is _____.
A.) .01
B.) .02
C.) .05
D.) .08

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.02

EXPLANATION: It's illegal for any person to drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or any other drug. For drivers age 21 and over, it's also illegal to drive with a BAL of .08 or higher, no matter what their visible signs of impairment are. For drivers under 21, the limit is .02 (not .08) BAL. This is part of Florida's Zero Tolerance policy.


The minimum BAL at which you are automatically guilty of DUI is _____.
A.) .12
B.) .05
C.) .08
D.) .10

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.08


To obtain a learner's license, you must be at least _____ years old.
A.) 14
B.) 15
C.) 16
D.) 17

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15


For your first dui conviction, you will have to attend _____ hours of dui school.
A.) 3
B.) 8
C 12
D 16

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12

For your first DUI conviction, you will have to attend 12 hours of DUI school.


With a Class E license, if you're 17 years old, you may NOT drive between _____, except when driving to or from work, or when accompanied by a licensed driver age 21 or older.
With a Class E license, if you're 17 years old, you may NOT drive between , except when driving to or from work, or when accompanied by a licensed driver age 21 or older.
A.) 12 a.m. and 6 a.m.
B.) 12 a.m. and 4 a.m.
C.) 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
D.) 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.

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1 a.m. and 5 a.m.


With a Class E license, if you're 16 years old, you may NOT drive between _____, except when driving to or from work, or when accompanied by a licensed driver age 21 or older.
with a class e license if you're 16 years old you may not drive between , except when driving to or from work, or when accompanied by a licensed driver age 21 or older.
A.) 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
B.) 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.
C.) 12 a.m. and 5 a.m.
D.) 1 a.m. and 4 a.m.

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12 a.m. and 5 a.m.


In florida, the class E driver license is for drivers of _____.
A.) standard passenger vehicles
B.) commercial vehicles
C.) motorcycles and mopeds
D.) big rigs and passenger buses

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standard passenger vehicles

EXPLANATION: In Florida, the Class E driver license is for drivers of standard passenger vehicles (non-commercial vehicles), individuals who drive personal vehicles.


In Florida, you can drive a motorcycle if you have a _____.
A.) standard Class E driver license
B.) special motorcycle endorsement
C.) Commercial drivers license
D.) Moped driver’s license

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special motorcycle endorsement


True or False: A 24 year old motorcycle driver would not be required to wear protective eyewear when riding in florida.
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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FALSE


If you're convicted of dui a second or subsequent time, _____.
A your license will be revoked for life
B.) you'll be fined up to $10,000
C.) the penalties aren't as bad
D.) the penalties get worse

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the penalties get worse


When your driver license is _____, it's considered void and terminated.
A.) expunged
B.) suspended
C.) canceled
D.) renewed

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canceled

EXPLANATION: When your license is canceled , it's considered void and terminated. Driving with a canceled license is the same as driving without a license. Your license will be canceled if:
* It was issued in error
* You gave false information on your license application
* You fail to complete a required course


If your license was issued in error, it may be ____.
A.) suspended
B.) cancelled
C.) terminated
D.) revoked

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cancelled


If you can't provide proof of insurance to the FLHSMV, your driver license and license plate can be suspended for up to _____.
A.) 30 days
B.) 90 days
C.) 1 year
D.) 3 years

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3 years


Drivers convicted of a DWI offense who need to drive for an approved reason may be issued __________ by the state.
A.) a bus pass
B.) a DWI waiver
C.) an ignition interlock device
D.) an occupational license

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an occupational license


If you're under 18 and you receive _____ or more license points in 12 months, you'll be restricted to driving only to school or work for one year.
A.) 4
B.) 6
C.) 8
D.) 10

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6


You can be fined or imprisoned for
A.) Allowing another person to use your driver license
B.) turning your radio volume up too loud
C.) letting your driver license expire
D.) standing too close to a police car

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Allowing another person to use your driver license

EXPLANATION: You can be fined or imprisoned for any of the following
* Altering your driver license in any way
* Using your license illegally
* Allowing another person to use your license for any purpose
* Submit a fraudulent application for a license or ID card
* Letting someone drive your vehicle without a license
* Giving false statements to a police officer, or in a crash report or a court of law


If you give false information on your driver license application, your license will be _____.
A.) Canceled
B.) Issued
C.) Revoked
D.) Suspended

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Canceled


Your driver license will be _____ if you race another driver on a public road, commit a felony using a motor vehicle, or are found guilty of reckless driving three times in one year.
In florida, what will happen to your drivers license if you race another driver on a public road
A.) suspended
B.) denied
C.) canceled
D.) revoked

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revoked

EXPLANATION: Your license will be revoked if you:
* Drive while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs
* Commit a felony using a motor vehicle
* Fail to stop and give help when involved in a crash causing injury or death
* Are found guilty of reckless driving three times in one year
* Are found guilty of felony drug possession
* Race another driver on a public road


When your driver license is _____, you will be prohibited from driving for a specified length of time
A.) denied
B.) suspended
C.) revoked
D.) canceled

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suspended

EXPLANATION: When your license is suspended , you will be prohibited from driving for a specified length of time. Driving with a suspended license is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. Your license will be suspended if you:
* Drop out of high school
* Steal from a retailer
* Use tobacco while you're underage
* Allow a person to use your license to purchase alcohol or tobacco
* Don't follow the restrictions on your license
* Refuse to submit to a test to show if you're driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs
* Fail to pay a fine or appear in court for a traffic violation
* Fail to pay child support
* Fail to carry car insurance
* Fail to stop for a school bus


Your driver license will be _____ if you race another driver on a public road, commit a felony using a motor vehicle, or are found guilty of reckless driving three times in one year.
If you use a motor vehicle to commit a felony, your drivers license will be _____.
A.) suspended
B.) denied
C.) canceled
D.) revoked

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revoked


When your driver license is _____, you are no longer licensed to drive.
A.) suspended
B.) revoked
C.) terminated
D.) confiscated

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revoked

EXPLANATION: When your license is revoked , you are no longer licensed to drive. Driving with a revoked license is the same as driving without a license. Your license will be revoked if you:
* Drive while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs
* Commit a felony using a motor vehicle
* Fail to stop and give help when involved in a crash causing injury or death
* Are found guilty of reckless driving three times in one year
* Are found guilty of felony drug possession
* Race another driver on a public road


Implied consent means that, when you get your Florida driver license, you are agreeing to
"Implied consent" means that, when you get your Florida driver license, you are agreeing to _____.
A.) consent to a drug test when you are suspected of DUI
B.) consent to a search of your vehicle by the police
C.) obey the law
D.) drive safely

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consent to a drug test when you are suspected of DUI


You can be sentenced to up to 180 days in jail for driving with a license that was suspended for _________ .
A.) a moving violation that resulted in a crash
B.) hit-and-run
C.) drunk driving

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drunk driving


The purpose of an ignition interlock device is to _____.
A.) start your car without a key
B.) prevent a thief from starting your car
C.) prevent you from driving if alcohol is detected in your breath
D.) reduce the amount of pollution your vehicle produces

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prevent you from driving if alcohol is detected in your breath

EXPLANATION: Ignition interlock device is attached to the vehicle with a built-in Breathalyzer & prevents the vehicle from starting if the motorist's BAC exceeds .05%


To obtain a Class E license, you don’t need to _____.
A.) Be at least 16 years old.
B.) Complete a TLSAE course.
C.) Pass the driving skills test.
D.) Be a U.S. citizen.

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Be a U.S. citizen.


The primary actions the state can take against your driver license are _____.
The primary actions that the state can take against your driver's license are ____.
A.) revocation and denial
B.) suspension and confiscation
C.) cancellation, revocation, and suspension
D.) renewal, revocation, and suspension

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cancellation, revocation, and suspension


Which of the following does NOT result in a driver license suspension?
A.) Dropping out of high school
B.) Stealing from a retailer
C.) Failing to pay child support
D.) Using tobacco after you turn 18

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Using tobacco after you turn 18

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