DUI

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DUI
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  1. Besides the amount of alcohol ingested, time elapsed and body weight, what has the most imprtant effect on absorption into blood?
    Quantity and kind of food in stomach.
  2. What BAC reading is 6 to 7 times more likely to have a crash than if zero?
    .10
  3. How many deaths due to vehicle accident?
    50,000
  4. How many of the total accident deaths are alcohol related?
    Half
  5. Alcohol is removed from the blood stream through two processes?
    • 1 - Elimination
    • 2 - Oxidation
  6. Three categories of elimination?
    • 1 - Urination
    • 2 - Respiration
    • 3 - Perspiration
  7. Which category of alcohol removal accounts for 90%
    Oxidation
  8. Supreme Court held that random vehicle stops for the purpose of checking drivers license, registration or vehicle equipment were illegal?
    1979 Delaware v Prouse
  9. Roadblocks were not merely fiching expeditions?
    Commonwealth v Leninsky
  10. Title and Section? Duty of LE to make dilligent effort to determine if semi-conscious or unconscious person is an epileptic or diabetic?
    Title 35 Section 10012
  11. Field sobriety test measure what 4 things?
    • 1 - Balance
    • 2 - Coordination
    • 3 - Speech
    • 4 - Divided Attention
  12. 4 other factors that could cause one to perform sobriety test poorly?
    • 1 - Obesity
    • 2 - Age(Elderly)
    • 3 - Dentures
    • 4 - Speech Impediments
  13. Field Sobriety should not be given if what 3 things?
    • 1 - Danger of person injuring self
    • 2 - Conditions too dangerous
    • 3 - Already enough PC
  14. Approves breath testing devices?
    Department of Health
  15. Regulates breath testing devices?
    Dept of Transportation
  16. Type of breath testing device that requires 30 hour basic training course?
    Type A
  17. Type of breath testing device that requires 6 hr training course?
    Type B
  18. Annual breath test device calibration uses what three solution levels?
    • 1 - .05
    • 2 - .10
    • 3 - .15
  19. How long must subject be observed before breath testing?
    20 minutes
  20. What 6 things must a person not do before breath test?
    • 1 - Alcohol
    • 2 - Other fluids
    • 3 - Regurgitate
    • 4 - Vomit
    • 5 - Eat
    • 6 - Smoke
  21. 2 steps of breath test?
    • 1 - Two consecutive actual breath tests
    • 2 - One simulator test of .10 immediately after the second actual breath test.
  22. Is arresting officer required to be present during breath test?
    No but should be
  23. 4 substances that breath test instruments may react to?
    • 1 - Ether
    • 2 - Chloroform
    • 3 - Acetone
    • 4 - Cigarette Smoke
  24. Consequence for refusing PBT?
    None
  25. 6 things that should be included in a case file?
    • 1 - Certificate for the breath testing device operator
    • 2 - 30 day certficate of accuracy for device
    • 3 - Annual certificate of calibration for device
    • 4 - Copy of breathalyzer operator checklist
    • 5 - Actual test result printout
    • 6 - PA bulletin
  26. When should Miranda be given?
    After chemical testing
  27. Testify to what four things about hospital?
    • 1 - Record time of arrival
    • 2 - Who was present at the time of blood draw
    • 3 - Who drew blood
    • 4 - Who obtained the blood
  28. Average working days lost per vehicle injury?
    23 days
  29. More crashes on city streets or highways and why?
    • City streets.
    • More opportunities for collision
  30. What percentage of people killed in car crashes were not wearing seat belts?
    More than 69%
  31. 5 types of crashes?
    • 1 - Frontal
    • 2 - Rear
    • 3 - Lateral
    • 4 - Rotational
    • 5- Vault/Flip
  32. Crash type?
    Down and up movement
    Up and over movement
    Frontal
  33. Whiplash and hyperextension/ hyper-flexive injuries?
    Rear Impact
  34. Can result in hip and pelvic injuries?
    lateral Impact
  35. Crash invlovling an off center collision?
    Rotational impact
  36. Impact causes vehicle to flip end over end?
    Vault/Flip
  37. Movement of the vehicle as it breaks and accelerates?
    Pitch
  38. 2 reasons children are especially susceptible to injury?
    • 1 - Their size
    • 2 - High center of gravity
  39. Webbing is designed to stretch how far?
    17%
  40. Anchor points for shoulder belt only?
    2
  41. Anchor points for lap/shoulder arrangement
    3 point
  42. Two types of retractors?
    • 1 - Automatic Locking Retractor
    • 2 - Belt sensitive emergency Locking Retractor
  43. Which retractor allows belt to be pulled out in one motion then allows no further extension until the belt is fuklly rewound?
    Automatic Locking Retractor
  44. Which retractor is designed to lock when belt is jerked?
    Belt sensitive
  45. What activates an Air bag? And what is the equivalent?
    • Frontal crash sensor
    • Hitting brick wall at 12mph
  46. Child safety seats could prevent how many injuries and deaths each year?
    • 53,000 injuries
    • 500 lives a year

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