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1

What should you do to limit your risk during the first six moths of unsupervised driving?

You should avoid carrying passengers

2

What percentage of BAC is illegal to drive with in all 50 states?

.08 or higher

3

What is adjusting all vehicle controls for driving an example of?

A plan to prevent distractions

4

What is the most dangerous time for young drivers in Michigan?

2 - 5pm

5

What are some signs that you might be tired?

Yawning repeatedly or rubbing your eyes

6

After how many drinks does it affect your ability to drive?

One

7

Who is responsible for operating a vehicle in a safe manner?

The driver

8

By what percentage does brain power decrease when a driver listens to someone talking?

40%

9

In Michigan, what percentage of young drivers are involved in fatal crashes while drinking?

6%

10

What's affects your ability to drive safely?

Over-the-counter medications

11

What percentage does talking on the phone decrease your brain power by?

39%

12

What is rubbernecking?

When a driver continues to maintain eye contact with a crash scene after passing it

13

What age do you have to be in order to become a gift of life donor?

Any age

14

By what percentage does risk of a collision increase when talking on a cell phone while driving?

400%

15

At what age is your brain fully developed?

25

16

What are common signs of a drinking driver?

Straddling the center or lane markers, driving too slow, and drifting in the lane

17

What is the best way to handle a distracting passenger?

Tell them to not distract you and to act responsibly

18

When is the best time to address the distractions that can affect your driving?

Before driving begins

19

What are examples of drowsy driving?

Difficulty focusing, frequent blinking or heavy eyelids

20

Which gender has a higher percentage of fatal crashes?

Males

21

What is one affect of emotions on driving?

It can interfere with your ability to think

22

How many points will you receive on your driving record if you are convicted of operating while intoxicated?

6 points

23

What should you do if you encounter an aggressive driver?

You should avoid eye contact and remain calm

24

What will one out of eight young drivers be involved in during the first three years of driving?

Crash

25

What is an example of road rage?

Running someone down

26

By what percentage will 16 year old drivers be at risk for a fatal crash with three or more passengers present?

120%

27

What is the most dangerous way to learn about the effects of alcohol?

Experience

28

What percentage of young drivers have a fatal crash head on with another vehicle?

14%

29

What is distance impairment?

When a driver is unable to judge how far a stop sign is from them due to alcohol