Vermont Alcohol and Drugs Test

Operating a vehicle after drinking alcohol or consuming drugs in Vermont is treacherous for you and others and is something you should never take part in. Alcohol impairs judgment and slows reaction times, making it more difficult to control a vehicle. 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 increases the risk of injury and/or death. On top of the risks posed to the vehicle’s operator, the other motorists sharing the road are unwillingly put in harm’s way. Drivers who choose to drive under the influence are not only jeopardizing their own safety, but also ignoring the wellbeing of other motorists.

It’s common knowledge that driving after taking drugs, liquor, wine, or beer is against the law. But how much do you really know about Vermont laws surrounding this dangerous behavior? 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 the impact of prescription drugs on drivers. It doesn’t matter if you’re a careful motorist who wants to brush up on the laws in Vermont or someone studying for their first driver’s test our substance abuse quiz is for you.

Take the Vermont Alcohol and Drugs Test Below

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

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