Drugs that may affect basic driving skills are:A.
Cold pills, trenquillzene and some precaution drugs.86.
Driving while under the influence of intoxicating beverages means:A.
The driver shows obvious signs of being drunk.87.
When blood/alcohol content reaching 0.16 percent, your chances of getting into a serious or fatal accident will increase:A.
What is an “Habitual offender”?A.
Any person whose license has been suspended 3 times within 3 years.89.
The first conviction penalty for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is:A.
$ 250 to $ 400 one and possible imprisonment for 30 days and loss of license for 6 months to 1 year.90.
With a blood alcohol concentration of 0 to .05%:A.
You are presumed NOT to the under the insurance.91.
With a blood alcohol concentration of .05% to 10%:A.
You may or not be under the influence.92.
With a blood alcohol concentration of .10% or more:A.
You are under the influence.93.
New Jersey licensed drivers must take on eyesight recheck:A.
Every ten years.94.
What is a good “rule of thumb” in adjusting your speed to traffic?A.
Try to adjust your speed to the flow of traffic.95.
What is the “rule of thumb” for following distances on dry road?A.
One car length back for each 10 miles per hour speed or 2-3 second space between cars.96.
What does the word “tallgating” mean?A.
Driving too close to the vehicle in front. It does not allow you enough time to react if the vehicle ahead suddenly slows or stops.97.
What does hydroplaning mean?A.
Losing the tire grip on wet roads and riding on a film of water.98.
What is an uncontrolled intersection?A.
One where there are no traffic signs or signals.99.
When should you dim your headlights?A.
In city driving and when following of meeting another vehicle within 500 feet.100.
What is an acceleration lane?A.
An extra lane provided at the entrance to an expressway.