North Carolina Alcohol and Drugs Test

Getting behind the wheel while under the influence in North Carolina is very risky and comes with severe consequences. When you drink alcohol it impacts your decision making and reflexes, making it more difficult to drive safely. Being under the influence of drugs often leads to the same issues alcohol creates and can also lead to hallucinations and delusions. Getting behind the wheel after taking drugs or alcohol drives up the likelihood of injury and/or death. On top of the risks posed to the driver, other drivers are also put at risk. Drivers who choose to abuse substances and drive a vehicle don’t risk their own safety and health, but also disrespecting the lives of other drivers.

Nearly everyone knows that getting behind the wheel of a car after consuming drugs or alcohol is illegal. The question is, though, what do you really know about the legal repercussions of these activities in North Carolina? Our quiz will put you to the test so you can find out. Our quiz covers all you need to know including legal limits of alcohol to DUI punishments. It doesn’t matter if you’re a careful driver that’s looking to improve their understanding of the rules or a bright eyed, bushy tailed prospective driver this substance abuse test is just what you need.

Take the North Carolina Alcohol and Drugs Test Below

Go ahead and test your knowledge of North Carolina alcohol and drug driving laws. Press start to begin.

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Alcohol and Drugs Test
10 Questions, No Time Limit
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How can you sober up before you drive?

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How does alcohol impact your driving ability?

3 / 10

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

4 / 10

After drinking, which of the following does NOT happen?

5 / 10

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

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If you've been drinking you should...

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

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

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

What does a chemical test measure?

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The average score is 83%

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