Kansas Alcohol and Drugs Test

Getting behind the wheel while under the influence in Kansas is treacherous for you and others and should be avoided at all costs. Alcohol impairs judgment and slows reaction times, which makes it a lot harder to operate a vehicle properly. Being under the influence of drugs often leads to the same issues alcohol creates and can also lead to delusions and erratic behavior. Getting behind the wheel after taking drugs or alcohol increases the likelihood of injury and/or death. In addition to the dangers placed on the driver, the other motorists sharing the road are potential victims. Drivers that take the risk to abuse substances and drive a vehicle don’t risk their own safety and health, but also ignoring the lives of other drivers.

Nearly everyone knows that driving while under the influence of drugs, liquor, wine, or beer is against the law. When it comes down to it, do you really know the details about the laws regarding drugs, alcohol, and driving in Kansas? Our quiz will put you to the test so you can test your knowledge. Our quiz covers all you need to know including blood alcohol content (BAC) limits to how Kansas punishes offenders. It doesn’t matter if you’re a careful driver that’s looking to brush up on the laws in Kansas or a person looking to earn their first Kansas driver’s license this drug and alcohol test is just what you need.

Take the Kansas Alcohol and Drugs Test Below

Test your knowledge on Kansas’s drug and alcohol laws. Press start to begin.


Alcohol and Drugs Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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For the average person, how long would it take for two beers to clear their system?

2 / 10

If you mix alcohol and drugs while driving, what are the possible effects?

3 / 10

What is the best way to lower your blood alcohol content (BAC)?

4 / 10

What is the legal limit of BAC for driver's over 21 years of age?

5 / 10

Alcohol as a drug qualifies as a...

6 / 10

How can you sober up before you drive?

7 / 10

If you've been drinking you should...

8 / 10

Which of these substances can affect your driving ability?

9 / 10

How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

10 / 10

For the average person, how long does it take for 12 ounces of beer to clear from your system?

Your score is

The average score is 83%

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