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Permit test questions!!!!!!...need them please!?

Postby donough » Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:38 am

Alcohol affects the brain centers

A. Equally

B. Not Equally

C. Depends on what you drink

2. Driving/Operating under the influence means:

A. Driving impaired by alcohol

B. Driving under the effects of a drug

C. Either of the above

3. When it comes down to it, __________ causes most collisions

A. Faulty equipment and brake failure

B. Unlicensed or uninsured drivers

C. Selfish and/or aggressive drivers

4. An example of a dangerous passing situation is:

A. When the oncoming car is close and you have a long line of traffic ahead of you

B. When you can't see clearly ahead and the maneuver may not be completed in time

C. All options

5. Drug or alcohol abuse begins when the user

A. Avoids taking drugs or using alcohol regularly

B. Makes the conscious decision to use drugs or alcohol

C. None of the above

6. If someone is injured in a collision, you should

A. move them into the position that appears the most comfortable

B. call for medical help

C. all of the above.

7. The brain plays no role in addiction

A. True

B. False

8. The chances of being involved in an auto collision once a year are:

A. 1 in 25

B. 1 in 100

C. 1 in 250

9. Signs and road markings are an example of traffic controls.

A. True

B. False

10. A DUI/OWI conviction stays on your record for

A. 10 years

B. 25 years

C. 75 years

11. If two cars get to a 4-way stop intersection at the same time, which car should be yielded the right-of-way.

A. Car on the right.

B. Car on the left.

C. Car making a turn.

12. ____ of manslaughters are due to alcohol

A. 68%

B. 71%

C. 50%

13. If your accelerator pedal gets stuck, what should you not do?

A. Reach down and pull the accelerator with your hands

B. Apply your brakes

C. Flash your lights to warn others

14. About one of every three collisions results in an injury.

A. True

B. False

15. The No-Fault Law requires minimum insurance coverage of:

A. $10,000 Personal Injury Protection and $10,000 Property Damage Liability

B. $20,000 Personal Injury Protection and $20,000 Property Damage Liability

C. No insurance

16. A drop of whiskey on your tongue can be detected in your arm in:

A. Seven seconds

B. One minute

C. Three minutes

17. Two parallel white lines indicate:

A. A crosswalk

B. Indicates the time limit for a parking space

C. Marks a non-crossable point in the road

18. Alcohol and other drugs affect the nerve cells within the brain

A. True

B. False

19. Which is not a hallucinogen

A. Mescaline


C. Heroin

20. Marijuana can cause aggressive and delinquent behavior

A. True

B. False

21. The maximum speed limit on a Florida highway , unless otherwise posted is

A. 50 mph

B. 55 mph

C. 65 mph

22. Examples of traffic controls are:

A. Signs or road markings

B. Signals

C. All of the above

23. Country roads

A. Are easy to drive as city streets

B. May require a different driving approach.

C. Are always wide open with very little danger from other users.

24. At 55 mph it will take you approximately _____ feet to stop the car.

A. 5 feet

B. 100 feet

C. 228 feet

25. People who drink too much only hurt themselves

A. True

B. False

26. If you are involved in a collision and you do not stop at the scene

A. You can always make a police report later.

B. You are breaking the law

C. You may proceed as long as there is no injury

27. A speed limit sign is an example of a warning sign:

A. True

B. False

28. Substance abuse and addiction are called

A. Public enemy number one

B. A term for using drugs

C. None of the above

29. A parking brake system is not required if your service brakes are fully functional.

A. True

B. False

30. The best tool to extinguish a small gasoline or diesel fire is a portable fire extinguisher.

A. True

B. False

31. A disadvantage of driving a motorcycle is

A. you cannot stop as quickly as a car

B. you have less protection in a collision

C. All of the options

32. What is psychological dependence

A. The body can function normally, but the brain craves the drug

B. The body cannot function normally

C. The body and brain cannot function normally

33. Most collisions are caused by:

A. Drivers falling asleep at the wheel.

B. Road Rage

C. Driver's attitude

34. If you are under the age of 18 and accumulate six or more points

A. Your license will be suspended for two years

B. Your license will be suspended for one year

C. Your license will be suspended for 90 days

35. Which of the following is NOT very helpful if you find a car or motorcycle approaching you in your lane.

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Permit test questions!!!!!!...need them please!?

Postby boynton35 » Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:42 am

If you don't know the answers to these questions, then you shouldn't be trying to get your permit.
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Permit test questions!!!!!!...need them please!?

Postby wethrby » Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:51 am

u actually typed all this.....
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Permit test questions!!!!!!...need them please!?

Postby panteno » Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:54 am

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