Resolved Question: drug and alcohol test answers?!?!?


1. Safety belts are designed to allow the areas of your body to absorb the forces of a crash.
2.Most drivers have a reaction time of ______.
a. 1.5 seconds
b. 3 minutes
c. 5 seconds
3.Blood alcohol level describes the amount of _____ in a person’s blood expressed as weight per volume.
a. alcohol
b. sweat
c. water
4. Impaired drivers do not make dangerous maneuvers in traffic.
5.THC influences________ by action on the limbic system of the brain.
a. urination
b. emotions
c. hunger
6.Each driving infraction causes ____ to be placed on your license.
a. stars
b. points
c. tickets
7. Brakes are not important to the safety of a motor vehicle.
8. On long trips, you should take a break from driving every two hours.
9.Bicycles are classified as ____________.
a. vehicles
b. pedestrians
c. animals
10.Per mile traveled, the number of deaths on motorcycles is about ____ times the number in cars.
a. 16
b. 2
c. 6
11.Almost _____ 16 to 20 year olds were killed or injured in the year 2000.
a. 20,000
b. 160,000
c. 1,000
12. Signaling well in advance can help reduce the risk of someone running into you from behind.
13.In the United States,___________ pedestrians died in the year 2000.
a. 4,739
b. 2,000
c. 3
14. The driver should reduce speed when traveling on a narrow or winding roadway.
15.A common depressant is:
a. Alcohol
b. Cocaine
c. Heroin
16.Always test you brakes ____ after driving through deep water.
a. lightly
b. firmly
c. with great pressure
17.Constantly __________ the road ahead of you to look for possible driving situations.
a. scan
b. ignore
c. procrastinate
18.To reduce the risk of someone running into the rear of your vehicle, you should_______.
a. check your brake lights often to make sure they are clean and working properly
b. ignore what is going on behind you
c. both a and b are correct
19.A common type of injected drug is:
a. heroine
b. morphine
c. both a and b are correct
20.A person with a drinking problem often_____________.
a. becomes secretive
b. has trouble sleeping
c. both a and b are correct
21. Hallucinogenic drugs alter driving ability due to causing delayed reaction time of the driver.
22._______ account for an abnormally large amount of pedestrian deaths.
a. Elderly people
b. Babies
c. Teenagers
23.______ traffic light indicates vehicles may proceed.
a. Green
b. Red
c. Yellow
24.You can be found guilty of impaired driving if the state can prove_________.
a. you were presumed impaired while driving based on alcohol level
b. your ability to hear, see, walk, or talk is below normal standards determined by the state
c. both a and b are correct
25. Alcohol is a commonly used stimulant.
26. It is not your responsibility as a driver to make sure that all children are properly restrained or secured with a safety belt in your vehicle.
27.The shift from social drinking to problem drinking has nothing to low with self-esteem.
28.It is ____ to drive beside a motorcycle that is in the same lane as you.
a. permitted
b. illegal
c. legal
29. Safe following distance depends on road conditions.
30.Abusing alcohol and drugs is sometimes an attempt to numb an individual’s real problems.
31. Always test your brakes after driving through deep water.
32.When the use of a drug goes beyond recreational or occasional, the use has turned to ___________.
a. abuse
b. dependence
c. addiction
33._________ is an example of good traffic courtesy.
a. Blocking passing lanes
b. Using your horn sparingly
c. Tailgating
34.When passing a motorcycle _________.
a. throw dirt or debris on the rider
b. cut the rider off
c. do not pass so close as to throw debris on the rider
35. Greater stopping distance is needed when driving in the rain.
36. Drivers who run red lights do not endanger other drivers.
37.The amount of tar inhaled by marijuana smokers and the level of carbon monoxide is ________ than among tobacco smokers.
a. three to five times greater
b. thr
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37.The amount of tar inhaled by marijuana smokers and the level of carbon monoxide is ________ than among tobacco smokers.
a. three to five times greater
b. three to five times lower
c. no different
38.___________ may be the most important factor in collisions.
a. Speed
b. Brakes
c. Speakers
39.A common weapon used in traffic altercations is:
a. firearm
b. motor vehicle
c. both a and b are correct
40. You must have $10,000 Bodily Injury Liability if you are in a collision and are at fault.
i did all the ones that i could i just need help wih numbers:
and 40
thanks for the help i got 2 questions wrong
number 16 which was b
and umber 22 which was a
thanks for the help tho

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