New Jersey Alcohol and Drugs Test

Operating a vehicle after drinking alcohol or consuming drugs in New Jersey is treacherous for you and others and should be avoided at all costs. Alcohol impairs judgment and slows reaction times, making it more difficult to drive safely. Being under the influence of drugs often leads to the same issues alcohol creates and may also lead to hallucinations and delusions. Getting behind the wheel after taking drugs or alcohol drives up the risk of injury and/or death. On top of the risks posed to the vehicle’s operator, others on the road are potential victims. Drivers that take the risk to drive under the influence aren’t only putting themselves at risk, but also disrespecting the lives of other drivers.

Nearly everyone knows that getting behind the wheel of a car after consuming drugs, liquor, wine, or beer is against the law. The question is, though, what do you really know about New Jersey laws surrounding this dangerous behavior? Take our quiz 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 who wants to brush up on the laws in New Jersey or a person looking to earn their first New Jersey driver’s license this substance abuse quiz is just what you need.

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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

After drinking, which of the following does NOT happen?

3 / 10

Drinking coffee after alcohol will have what effect for your driving?

4 / 10

How can you sober up before you drive?

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How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

6 / 10

Alcohol as a drug qualifies as a...

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

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

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

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

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The average score is 81%

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