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Rivera-Drivers Ed

BTHS- Drivers Ed- Chapters 6 & 7

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What factors determine one's BAC (Blood Alcohol Level)? quantity of alcohol, body weight, how quickly it was consumed, and food eaten
If someone is OVER 21, it is illegal to have what % of BAC? 0.08% or higher
If someone is UNDER 21, it is illegal to have what % of BAC? 0.01%
What happens if you refuse to take a breath test? loss of driving privileges for 7 months to 1 year, and a charge of $1,000 for 3 years
One drink equals..... 1.5 ounces of 86 proof liquor, 12 ounce or bottle of beer, 5 ounce glass of wine
What can sober a person up? TIME
Can you be responsible if someone drinks at your house and then drives causing an accident? YES- a possible lawsuit
What drugs may affect driving? cold pills, tranquilizers, and some prescription medications
What does driving under the influence of intoxicating beverages mean? senses and judgment are impaired by alcohol
Alcohol impairs the following: reaction time, coordination and balance, and judgment
If you have a BAC slightly over .05%, your chances for causing an accident _____. Doubles
If you have a BAC of .10%, your chances for causing an accident _____. 6 times as great
If you have a BAC of .15%, your chances for causing an accident _____. 25 times as great
What is the "Implied Consent Law"? In NJ you agree to a breath test following a DUI arrest (hospital may take blood)
What is the penalty for driving with a suspended license due to an alcohol conviction? 1) fine of $500 2) additional suspension of 1 to 2 years 3) possible imprisonment of 10 to 90 days
What is the penalty for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol-first offense? loss of driving privileges for 7 months to 1 year, and a charge of $1,000 for 3 years
What are the first signs of alcohol impairment? talkativeness, more self-confident, and lessened judgment
What increases your chances of having an accident even if you only had a few drinks? mood, food, intake, and medications
How many points can be subtracted from your DMV driving record if you have no moving violations or suspensions for one year? up to 3 points
Can you drive if you lose your license for drunk driving or any other violation? NO
During the probabionary 2 year period after receiving a special or examination permit, a motorist must enroll in a Probationary Driver Program when: they are convicted of 2 or more moving violations totaling 4 or more points
What is the penalty for unlicensed persons 13 to 21 yrs old who are convicted of buying alcohol, a DUI, setting false alarms, or graffiti driving privleges will be suspended or postponed - ages vary 13-18 graffiti
What is the fine for violating GDL restrictions? $100/possible suspension
What is the penalty for causing injury to another person while driving while your license is suspended? Fine, continued suspension and potential jail sentence
What is the insurance surcharge for refusing to take a breath test in NJ with a BAC of .10%? $1,000 per year for 3 years
You are on a probationary period for how long when your license is restored after points suspension or completing a Driver Improvement Program? 1 year
What is the fine for applying for a drivers license illegally? License suspension, $200 to $500, fine and/or imprisonment
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