Driver's Ed Chapter 6

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Driver's Ed Chapter 6
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  1. What does driving under the influence mean?
    That the driver's senses and judment are impaired by alcohol
  2. After 2-4 drinks, alcohol begins to impair..:
    (3)
    • Reaction Time
    • Coordination
    • Balance
  3. Being drunk affects driving because it affects your:
    (3)
    • Vision
    • Ability to judge distance
    • Reaction Time Slows
  4. What is the only thing that can make a person sober?
    Time
  5. How much of the alcohol detoxified is oxidized (burned up) by the liver?
    90%
  6. How much alcohol is eliminated in breath, urine, and sweat?
    10%
  7. What does BAC stand for?
    Blood Alcohol Concentration
  8. BAC is determined by:
    (4)
    • Quantity of alchohol consumed
    • Body Weight
    • How quickly drinks were consumed
    • Food Eaten
  9. In NJ it is illegal for someone 21 years or OLDER to drive with a BAC of how much percent?
    .08% or higher
  10. For individuals UNDER 21, it is illegal to drive with a BAC of how much percent?
    .01% or higher
  11. A BAC slight above  ___% doubles a motorists' chances of a crash
    .05%
  12. A BAC slightly above  _____% makes the chances of a crash 6 times greater
    .10%
  13. A BAC of slightly above ___% makes the chances of a crash 25 times great
    .15%
  14. Refusal to take a breath test is equal to driving with a BAC of ___% for a first offense
    .10%
  15. Refusal to take a breath test will result in what?
    (2)
    • Loss of driving privileges for 7 months -1 year
    • MVC insurance surcharge of 1,000 per year for 3 years
  16. What doesn't prevent a high BAC or make a motorist sober?
    Food
  17. What is the best way to avoid drinking and driving?
    (3)
    • Have a designated driver
    • Public transportation
    • Call a cab
  18. What kinds of signs do cops look for in a drunk driver?
    (5)
    • Speeding
    • Weaving
    • Slow Driving
    • Jerking Motion
    • Quick Stops
  19. Every drink contains about much alcohol?
    1/2 ounce
  20. One drinks equals how many ounces of 86 Proof Liquor?
    1.5 ounces
  21. One drink equals a bottle of how many ounces?
    (2)
    • 12 ounces
    • One Can of Beer
  22. One drink equals how many ounces of a glass of wine?
    5 Ounces
  23. Can a host of a drinking party be involved in a lawsuit if a person leaves their house and goes into a crash?
    Yes
  24. Drugs that affect basic driving skills:
    (3)
    • Cold Pills
    • Tranquilizers
    • Some prescription medicine
  25. If you have to show your proof of prescription, and you have the drug but no proof of prescription, is it considered illegal?
    Yes
  26. After alcohol, what drug is found most in drivers involved in collsions?
    Marijuana
  27. How does Marijuana affect drivers?
    (4)
    • Loss of tracking ability
    • Distance Judgment
    • Vigilance
    • Divided Attention
  28. How often should you have your vision checked?
    1-2 years
  29. What warns a motorist of signs of danger?
    (3)
    • Horns
    • Sirens
    • Screeching tires

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