Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in New Hampshire is treacherous for you and others and comes with severe consequences. When you drink alcohol it impacts your decision making and reflexes, 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 is known to cause delusions and erratic behavior. Driving under the influence drives up the likelihood of accidents, injuries, and fatalities. In addition to the risks placed on the vehicle’s operator, other drivers are also put at risk. Drivers that take the risk to operate a vehicle after using drugs or alcohol are not only jeopardizing their own safety, but also disrespecting the wellbeing of other motorists.
Nearly everyone knows that driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is illegal. The question is, though, what do you really know about the legal repercussions of these activities in New Hampshire? Our quiz will put you to the test so you can see how much you really know. We’ll cover everything from blood alcohol content (BAC) limits to the impact of prescription drugs on drivers. It doesn’t matter if you’re a responsible motorist with a goal to improve their understanding of the laws in New Hampshire or a bright eyed, bushy tailed prospective driver our substance abuse test is just what you need.
Take the New Hampshire Alcohol and Drugs Test Below
Test your knowledge on New Hampshire’s drug and alcohol laws. Press start to begin.
Wrong shortcode initialized
More New Hampshire Drivers Tests
We have put together ten additional tests to help you practice for your New Hampshire Driver’s License. Click below and get practicing!
- New Hampshire Alcohol and Drugs Test (current page)
- New Hampshire Defensive Driving Test
- New Hampshire Driving Conditions Test
- New Hampshire Intersections Test
- New Hampshire Managing Traffic Test
- New Hampshire Parking Test
- New Hampshire Road Signs Test 1
- New Hampshire Road Signs Test 2
- New Hampshire Road Signs Test 3
- New Hampshire Sharing the Road Test