1. If you are being followed by a tailgater, you should change lanes or slow down to encourage them to pass
A. Is just an emotion.
B. May impair your driving
C. Can help you deal with driving stress.
3. A school crossing sign is an example of a _______ sign.
4. Alcohol and other drugs affect the nerve cells within the brain
5. A yellow line separates traffic moving in different directions.
6. Each year about _________ people die in Alcohol related crashes.
7. Prescription drugs
A. Are always okay to take when driving as long as they are prescribed by a doctor.
B. May never be taken when driving.
C. May be illegal to take when driving.
8. You may lose your drivers license
A. When you turn 70 years old
B. If you accumulate too many points on your driving record
C. If you stop driving for more than 5 years
9. EACH YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS SPEND __________ ON ALCOHOL
A. 5.5 BILLION
B. 2 BILLION
C. 5.5 MILLION
10. It will take approximately _____ for each consumed drink to leave your body:
A. 30 Minutes
B. One Hour
C. 15 Minutes if you eat food and drink coffee.
11. Every time you are convicted of a moving violation it will appear on your driving record
12. If you accrue more than 24 points on your license within 36 months, you will lose your license for:
A. 90 Days
B. One Year
C. Three Years
13. Construction signs are normally:
14. Having less than one drink can impair your driving.
15. Every year ______ die from alcohol
16. Refusing to submit to a sobriety test is your right by law
17. When crossing a street, pedestrians
A. should always use a crosswalk, if it is available
B. should wait for traffic to stop for them
C. all options
18. What is the economic cost to society each year from crashes and injuries on U.S. highways.
A. 17 Billion Dollars
B. 60 Billion Dollars
C. 230 Billion Dollars
19. A flashing yellow light:
A. Should be treated just like a stop sign.
B. Is only encountered on a highway.
C. Warns you of potential danger
20. Drug or alcohol addiction is a lifelong illness
21. Narcotics are pain killing drugs
22. There are over _____ licensed drivers in Florida
A. 3 Million
B. 9 Million
C. 14 Million
23. At 60 mph the force of your car impacting a surface is about four times as great as 30 mph.
24. You must place a child in an approved child seat if the child is:
A. Three years of age and under.
B. Under nine years of age
C. Under 60 pounds
25. Examples of traffic controls are:
A. Signs or road markings
C. All of the above
26. People who worry that a safety belt wrinkles their clothes can:
A. Place a small hand towel or handkerchief between them and the seat belt
B. Drive with one hand and hold the belt away from them with the other
C. Wear only their lap belt
27. What is the most popular drug tried by teens.
28. LSD can make a person
A. Have illusions and hallucinations
B. Sleep better
C. Feel more perceptive
29. A large car fire presents the possibility of
A. an explosion.
B. toxic fumes.
C. both of the above.
30. The OOPS FACTOR is
A. When you drop something
B. How casual drug use leads to addiction
C. When you are addicted to drugs
31. A diamond lane on the freeway is called a High Occupancy or HOV lane
32. In a merge situation, the right of way goes to the car occupying the lane into which other cars are merging.
33. Driving a motor vehicle is:
A. The constitutional right of every citizen.
B. A privilege.
C. The law
34. You are more likely to survive a collision if you are thrown from the vehicle.
35. Traffic collisions are the number one killer of children in America.
36. The best safety feature for preventing whiplash is the:
37. School signs are shaped like:
A. A stop sign
B. A text book
C. Pentagon / School house
38. When you are turning left, you must yield the right of way to oncoming traffic.
39. To be safe, you should reduce your speed at an intersection.
B. If there is a flashing yellow light,
C. If there is a traffic