Michigan Alcohol and Drugs Test

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Michigan is very risky 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. Driving under the influence drives up the likelihood of injury and/or death. In addition to the dangers posed to the vehicle’s operator, other drivers are potential victims. Drivers who choose to operate a vehicle after using drugs or alcohol don’t risk their own safety and health, but also disrespecting the wellbeing of other motorists.

It’s no secret that getting behind the wheel of a car after taking illegal drugs or alcoholic beverages is against the law. The question is, though, what do you really know about Michigan laws surrounding this dangerous behavior? Take our quiz see how much you really know. Our quiz covers all you need to know including legal limits of alcohol to the penalties for driving under the influence. It doesn’t matter if you’re a responsible driver who wants to brush up on the rules or a bright eyed, bushy tailed prospective driver our substance abuse quiz is for you.

Take the Michigan Alcohol and Drugs Test Below

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


Alcohol and Drugs Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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What is the legal limit of BAC for driver's over 21 years of age?

2 / 10

What should you do before driving after taking a non-prescription drug?

3 / 10

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

4 / 10

For the average person, how long would it take for two beers to clear their system?

5 / 10

If you've been drinking you should...

6 / 10

What happens to a person's driver's license if they refuse a blood alcohol test?

7 / 10

After drinking, which of the following does NOT happen?

8 / 10

What is the potential punishment for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol?

9 / 10

Which of these factors can influence blood alcohol level (BAC) while drinking?

10 / 10

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

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The average score is 83%

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