Review Sheet -ANSWERS Chapters 6 and 7 Driver Education What

Review Sheet -ANSWERS
Chapters 6 and 7
Driver Education
1. What is the fine for altering a Driver’s license or showing an altered Driver’s
license? $200-$500 fine and 6 months in jail
2. What are the penalties for anyone under 21 years of age who drives a vehicle
with as little as 0.01% BAC? 30-90 day license suspension, 15- 30 days
community service, must attend IDRC class
3. NJ law allows up to 3 points to be subtracted from your driving record, if you
commit no moving traffic violations for what period of time?
1 year
4. What do DUI and DWI stand for?
DUI= Driving Under the Influence
DWI= Driving while Intoxicated
5. If you drink and achieve a BAC of 0.05%, the risk of being involved in a motor
vehicle accident is increased how many times?
2x (doubles)
6. If a person has been drinking, what is the only thing that will sober them up?
7. If you have been drinking and have reached a BAC of 0.15%, your chances of
being in a motor vehicle accident are increased how many times?
25 times
8. What is the penalty for driving a vehicle while your license is suspended?
$500 fine, 6 month license suspension, registration suspension,
possible jail time
9. If you consume four 12oz. bottles of beer, you will have about as much
alcohol in your system as if you drank how many 5oz. glasses of wine and
how many 1.5oz shots of whiskey?
4 glasses of wine and 4 shots of alcohol
10. What four factors help determine blood alcohol concentration?
Weight, food eaten during day, alcohol consumed and how quickly it
was consumed
11. What are the criteria for a habitual offender?
License has been suspended 3 times in 3 years
12. What are the first signs of alcohol impairment?
Reaction time, coordination, balance and judgment
13. Are there any special/conditional licenses issued in NJ to those who have had
their driver’s license suspended?
14. What is the penalty for refusing to take a Breathalyzer test for the first time?
Same penalties as being a 0.10%
15. What is the implied consent law?
When you sign your license you agree to take a breath test if a cop
16. NJ law states that you may/may not be under the influence if your BAC is
what percentage? Under 21- 0.01% Over 21- 0.08%
17. Which of the following will increase your chances of having an accident even
if you have had only 1 or 2 drinks?
a. Mood
b. Driving experience
c. Use of medication or drugs
d. All of the above
18. A __12__ oz. beer equals a __5__ oz. glass of wine equals a __1.5__ oz. shot of
19. You are presumed to be under the influence when the amount of alcohol in
your blood has reached what percent?
20. If a person gets drunk in your home and had a motor vehicle accident after
leaving, you could become involved in a?
21. What is the best way to reduce your chances of having an alcohol related
Don’t drink and drive
22. What safe driving skills are affected by alcohol?
All safe driving skills (reaction, judgment, vision, etc…)
23. Emotions can have a great effect on your driving. If you are angry or excited,
what should you do instead of driving?
Give yourself time to cool off
24. Studies show that the greatest number of people arrested for drinking and
driving have been drinking (what type of alcohol):
25. The risk of you becoming involved in a motor vehicle accident is increased
how many times at the following BAC percentages: 0.05%, 0.10% & 0.15%?
2x, 6x, 25x