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saodat DMV
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  1. . In the state of Florida, driving is a privilege and if one of the following conditions occurs, you could lose your license:
    • -Drug or alcohol addiction
    • -Your license is suspended or revoked in any state
  2. If you break the law or become an unsafe driver, your license can be:
    • -Suspended
    • -Revoked
    • -Canceled
  3. A license can be suspended if:
    • -You do not stop for a school bus
    • - You fail to pay child support
  4. A license must be revoked if you are found guilty of or DMV records show:
    • -Driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other controlled substances
    • - Not stopping to give assistance when your vehicle in a crash causes death or personal injury
    • - Three (3) major offenses or 15 offenses for which you recieve points within a 5-year period
  5. . Fines are tripled when infractions occur within a school zone or construction zone.
    -True
  6. Your license can be suspended if you receive:
    • -12 point within a 12-month period
    • -18 points within a 18-month period
    • -24 points within a 36-month period
  7. Your license can be suspended for 30 days if you receive:
    -12 points in one year
  8. Drivers under the age of 18 who accumulate four or more points within a 12-month period will:
    -Have their license restricted for one year to business driving only
  9.  Drug and alcohol consumption shows effects such as:
    • -Impaired judgment
    • - Slow reaction
  10. Zero tolerance states that any driver under 21 years of age who has a breath or blood alcohol level of .02 or higher will automatically have their driving privilege suspended for one year.
    -True
  11. People who drive after drinking may risk:
    • -Heavy fines
    • -Loss of license
    • -Jail sentence
  12. A DUI conviction will remain on your driving record for 75 years
    -True
  13. Zero tolerance states that any driver under 21 years of age who refuses to take a breath analyzer test will automatically have their license suspended for one year.
    -True
  14. It takes 30 minutes for alcohol to reach your brain and affect your judgment while driving.
    -False
  15. Alcohol affects people negatively by:
    -Slowing reflex and reaction time
  16.  It takes three alcoholic drinks to affect your driving.
    -False
  17. If you plan to drink alcohol while out, plan ahead so you do not drink and drive by:
    • -Appoint a designated driver who is not drinking
    • -Use public transportation or a cab
  18. In the state of Florida, the Implied Consent Law means you have agreed to take a blood, urine or breath test if requested by a law enforcement officer who suspects you're under the influence of alcoholic beverages or drugs.
    -True
  19.  Prescription drugs never effect your ability to drive
    -False
  20. Which emotions may negatively impact your ability to drive well:
    • -Angry
    • -Depressed  
  21. Which of the following violations could put you in jail:
    • -Giving false statements to an officer or in a courtroom
    • -Failing to make a crash report
    • -Allowing an unlicensed person to use your car
  22. In Florida, you are required to have the following motor vehicle insurance:
    • -Financial Responsibility Law
    • -No-Fault Law
  23. If you do not have the proper motor vehicle insurance, your license can be suspended for
    -Up to 3 years
  24.  The Florida No-Fault Law states drivers must have insurance policies with a minimum of $10,000 for Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and $10,000 for Property Damage Liability (PDL.)
    -True
  25. If you are in a traffic accident, it is your responsibility to:
    • -Stop
    • -Report the crash
    • -Move your car if it is blocking traffic
  26.  Florida law only requires passengers in the front seat to wear seat belts.
    -False
  27. What is the number one violation drivers are convicted of?:
    -Speeding
  28. If you double the speed of a car, you increase its force of impact by ___ times:
    -Four
  29. In Florida, who has the right-of-way
    -No one
  30. At stop signs, you must yield the right-of-way to all other traffic and pedestrians.
    -True
  31. On a two-way street or highway, if a school bus is stopped and has the bus signal on you must:
    -Stop until the bus signal has been withdrawn
  32. On a four-lane road, only drive in the left lane if you are overtaking and passing another vehicle.
    -True
  33. When passing another vehicle you should:
    • -Stay a safe distance behind the vehicle you're going to pass
    • -Give your signal before changing lanes
    • -Return to the right side of the road once you see the vehicle you passed in your rearview mirror
  34. You may not pass when:
    • -At intersections
    • -A solid yellow line is painted on your side of the center line
    • -Within a 100 feet of a bridge or railroad crossing
  35. Parking is not allowed in the following areas:
    • -Within 15 feet of a fire hyrdrant
    • -In front of driveways
    • -On sidewalks

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