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1) The number of drinks needed to raise your blood alcohol content above the legal limits depends on:
  A. Your body weight and the amount you drink and the time element involved.
  B. Time of day.
  C. Where the drinking occurs.
  D. How much coffee you drink.
2) 1 1/2 ounces of 80 proof liquor (shot) contains the same amount of alcohol as:?
  A. A bottle of rum.
  B. 8 Ounces of beer.
  C. 12 Ounces of beer (1 can).
  D. 24 Ounces of beer (2 cans).
3) If you drink to excess:
  A. Only time and waiting will permit your body to get rid of the alcohol.
  B. Eating food will permit your body to get rid of the alcohol.
  C. You are usually OK to drive after drinking.
  D. Your vision is enhanced.
4) If someone leaves your house drunk:
  A. You are no longer liable for that person.
  B. You can be held liable.
  C. Each individual is responsible for his/her self.
  D. None of the above.
5) Studies show that the greatest number of people arrested for drunk driving had been drinking what kind of alcoholic beverage?
  A. Wine
  B. Liquor
  C. Wine coolers
  D. Beer
6) You have had too much to drink for driving purposes when your blood alcohol content has reached what level?
  A. .8%
  B. .9%
  C. .10%
  D. 1.0%
7) Implied consent law means:
  A. On request of a Police Officer you agree to take a breath test to determine blood alcohol content.
  B. On request of a Police Officer you agree to allow them to search your vehicle.
  C. On request of a Police officer you agree to allow them to search your home.
  D. On request of a Police Officer you agree to go to the station for paperwork.
8) The first offense for refusing to take the breath test is:
  A. Suspension of license for 4 months (120 days) and a fine of $250-$500.
  B. Suspension of license for 6 months (180 days) and a fine of $250-$500.
  C. Suspension of license for 4months (120 days) and a fine of $300-$600
  D. Suspension of license for 6months (180 days) and a fine of $300-$600.
9) More than 2 to 4 drinks usually:
  A. affects reaction
  B. affects coordination
  C. affects judgement and balance
  D. all of the above
10) If you approach a flashing red light you should:
  A. Make a right turn immediately.
  B. Stop, then proceed with caution.
  C. Slow down.
  D. Do not go any faster than 15 MPH.
11) How far in advance should you signal before your intended turn?
  A. At least 100 feet.
  B. At least 50 feet.
  C. At least 75 feet.
  D. At least 80 feet.
12) When a school bus has stopped in front of a school to pick up or let off children, you may pass from either direction at a speed of no more than:
  A. 25 MPH
  B. 15 MPH
  C. 10 MPH
  D. 30 MPH
13) On a roadway that is not divided by a raised median, when a school bus is stopped and has its flashing red lights on you must:
  A. Proceed with caution.
  B. Stop no closer than 25 feet.
  C. Sound your horn and continue driving.
  D. Stop no closer than 100 feet.
14) If you have points on your record, NJ allows up to three points to be subtracted from your driving record:
  A. Six months from the date of your last moving violation.
  B. Three months from the date of your last moving violation.
  C. Two years from the date of your last moving violation.
  D. One year from the date of your last moving violation.
15) If a student driver commits a traffic violation, responsibility will be with:
  A. The student.
  B. Both the student and the instructor.
  C. The instructor.
  D. Neither, a student learns by making mistakes.
16) What lane should you be in to make a right turn?
  A. The right lane.
  B. The left lane.
  C. The lane farthest away.
  D. Whichever lane has less traffic.
17) If two cars enter an uncontrolled intersection at the same time:
  A. The driver to the left should yield to the driver on the right.
  B. The driver on the right should yield to the driver on the left.
  C. All drivers must yield and wait for someone to make the first move.
  D. The driver going straight goes first.
18) At an uncontrolled intersection, one with no signs, or signals, you should:
  A. Come to a full stop.
  B. Speed up and go through intersection.
  C. Flash your lights.
  D. Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary.
19) A solid line across an intersection means:
  A. Stop at intersection behind the line.
  B. Stop at intersection on the line.
  C. No passing.
  D. Only left lane can pass.
20) When it is legal to make a right turn on red, you must:
  A. Wait till the light turns green.
  B. You signal the right turn.
  C. Turn before the light turns green.
  D. You make a full stop and check traffic.
21) The law allows you to turn right on red:
  A. All the time.
  B. Unless there is a sign "No Turn On Red".
  C. When you signal properly.
  D. During the day only.
22) The best way to take a curve is to:
  A. Speed up before entering the curve.
  B. Stop, then proceed with caution.
  C. Slow down before entering the curve.
  D. Take the curve at the same speed.
23) Your vehicle will tend to move in what direction when traveling on a curve?
  A. In a straight line.
  B. Toward the curve.
  C. Away from the curve.
  D. Follow the lines on the road.
24) You should expect to see double solid center lines on:
  A. A straight road.
  B. A winding two lane road.
  C. An interstate highway.
  D. A One way street.
25) To avoid highway hypnosis it is good practice to:
  A. blink your eyes from time to time
  B. look to the side
  C. look in your mirrors
  D. not stare at an object for more than two seconds.
26) What is the two second rule used for?
  A. Following Distance
  B. Stopping Distance
  C. Reaction Time
  D. The distance ahead that you should be looking.
27) When driving you should stay at least:
  A. Two seconds behind the vehicle in front of you.
  B. Twenty-Five feet behind the vehicle in front of you.
  C. Three car lengths behind the vehicle in front of you.
  D. One car length behind the vehicle in front of you.
28) In what position should your wheels be when parking on a downhill street with the curb to the right?
  A. Away from the curb.
  B. Straight.
  C. Towards the curb.
  D. Away from the curb with parking break engaged.
29) High beam lights are used for?
  A. Driving in traffic.
  B. Open country driving.
  C. Driving in snow.
  D. Signaling oncoming traffic.
30) You should use your parking lights when:
  A. Parking.
  B. Stopping at an intersection.
  C. It's getting dark but not dark enough for headlights.
  D. During the day.


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