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1

What does BAC stand for?

Blood alcohol concentration

2

What are the 4 factors in determining BAC?

Quantity of alcohol consumed
Body weight
How quickly drinks were consumed
Food eaten

3

If an individual 21 years of age or older reaches a BAC of ____ she/he is considered driving under the influence.

.08

4

If you are under the age of 21, your BAC can be no higher than?

.01

5

Under NJ state law, refusal to take the breath test is equal to driving with a BAC of?

.10

6

What are the penalties for refusing to take the breath test?

Loss of driving privileges for 7 months to 1 year.
Violation surcharge of $1,000 for 3 years.

7

___ ounces of liquor = ___ ounces of beer = a ___ ounces glass of wine.

1.5
12
5

8

List the 5 "Tell Tale Signs" that law enforcement officers use to spot motorist that are under the influence.

Speeding
Weaving
Slow driving
Jerking motion
Quick stops

9

List 4 ways marijuana use may affect a motorist while driving.

Loss of tracking ability
Distance judgement
Vigilance
Divided attention

10

It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle on NJ roadways under the influence of any illegal drugs? True or false

True

11

Drugs that may cause drowsiness or dizziness should not be taken before driving? True or false

True

12

If asked, a motorist using prescription drugs must show proof of the prescription? True or false

True

13

If you cannot produce the prescription of the drug you are using, the drug will be considered illegal? True or false

True