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Florida TLSAE, Drug and Alcohol Test Answers 2

4 HOUR Florida drug and alcohol test / TLSAE course final exam questions and answers

Question: If a law enforcement officer suspects your vehicle is not properly maintained or does not comply with Florida motor vehicle equipment standards, the officer
A. Is not allowed to inspect your vehicle.
B. May stop your vehicle at any time for a vehicle inspection.
C. Must give you 10 days notice before inspecting your vehicle.

ANS: May stop your vehicle at any time for a vehicle inspection.

Question: If your BAL is .10, you can expect a __________ drop in complex performance compared to the sober level.
A. 36%
B. 24%
C. 13%
D. 17%

ANS: 24%

Question: In the State of Florida a first conviction for DUI can result in your vehicle being fitted with an ignition interlock for up to:
A. 18 months
B. 24 months
C. 6 months
D. 12 months

ANS: 6 months

Question: Alcohol in excess of what proof irritates the stomach. Alcohol in excess of ________-proof will absorb more slowly because it irritates the stomach.
A. 30
B. 40
C. 60
D. 50

ANS: 60

Question: True or False: If you refuse to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test, it is admissible as evidence in DUI criminal proceedings in Florida.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE

ANS: TRUE

Question: If you are under 21 and applying for a motorcycle license for the first time in the State of Florida, you will be required to complete a ______ State-approved motorcycle education course.
A. 6-hour
B. 15-hour
C. 10-hour
D. 24-hour

ANS: 15-hour

Question: If a law enforcement officer stops a vehicle for a traffic violation and finds a front seat passenger 17 years of age or younger not wearing a seat belt, a seat belt violation will be charged to
A. The front seat passenger.
B. The driver.
C. Neither the driver nor the front seat passenger.

ANS: The driver.

Question: Vision can be affected by drugs and alcohol making __________ especially difficult to distinguish.
A. Shapes
B. Colors
C. Lights
D. Distance

ANS: Colors

Question: Never get any closer then _____ feet when a train is passing through a railroad crossing.
A. 30
B. 15
C. 20
D. 25

ANS: 15

Question: In what types of weather do most collisions occur?
A. Hot
B. Cloudy
C. Rainy
D. Windy

ANS: Rainy
Explanation: Most crashes/fatal collisions occur in adverse weather (i.e., rain, sleet, snow, fog, severe crosswinds, or blowing snow/sand/debris) or on slick pavement (i.e., wet pavement, snowy/slushy pavement, or icy pavement). The vast majority of most weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement and during rainfall.

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