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DWI 12 HR. EDUCATION FINAL EXAM
1. Drunk driving actually began long before automobiles were invented.
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2. As an alternative to water, alcohol could be stored longer and was usually safer.
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3. Attila the Hun died around the year 445 on his wedding night from an alcohol overdose and a nosebleed.
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4. Moderation had always been tolerated to a degree because alcohol had been literally more important to life than water.
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5. The first actual drunk driving arrest happened in 1897 in London when George Smith crashed his cab into a building.
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6 In 1920, the Eighteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution became law. The amendment was called the Volstead act. The nation went dry ... sorta.
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7. Alaska had already enacted its territorial "Bone Dry" law in 1918, two years before the Volstead Act.
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8. In 1939, Indiana became the first state to enact a BAC law.
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9. The intoxication BAC level FOR TEXAS is .08.
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10. First Texas DWI Offense: Texas Criminal Status: Class B Misdemeanor.
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11. Texas DWI School: First time offenders must complete a 12 hour DWI Education Program within 180 days of when probation was granted or risk having their license revoked.
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12. Severe problems is typical of an initial societal response to a health PROBLEM (ALCOHOL AND/OR DRUGS).
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13. Texas Criminal Status: Class A Misdemeanor. A 3rd DUI is a 3rd degree felony.
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14. When someone has a drinking problem, there are two types of mental health diagnoses that the person can receive: alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence.
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15. DWI and Driving with Minor: It is a felony to drive while intoxicated with a minor younger than 15 years of age in the vehicle.
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16. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition recognizes 2 classifications for alcohol use disorders.
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17. Alcohol dependence is characterized by multiple symptoms.
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18. Most drinking problems are of mild to moderate severity.
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19. CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT PEOPLE HAVE AN URGE TO indulge in the pleasure of self OF their CHOICE.
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20. The stresses and strains of daily life--- family problems, job hassles, and many more---are more evidence that we are powerless.
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21. A STANDARD DRINK IS 1 CAN OF BEER, ONE GLASS OF WINE, OR ONE MIXED DRINK.
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22. A WOMAN SHOULD NOT HAVE MORE THAN 3 DRINKS AT ONE TIME OR A TOTAL OF 7 DRINKS IN ONE WEEK.
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23. A man who has more than 4 drinks at one time or more than 14 drinks a week IS AT RISK FOR A DRINKING PROBLEM.
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24. Beer, wine, and hard liquor (distilled spirits) all contain alcohol.
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25. One 12 fl oz (355 mL) bottle of beer or wine cooler IS CONSIDERED A STANDARD DRINK.
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26. Alcoholism is not only an addiction, but it can also become a form of self-abuse when a person can no longer control their addiction.
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27. There are many signs of alcohol abuse, but immediate signs will be apparent in facial features.
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28. A functioning alcoholic is typically not someone who is physically dependent,
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29. While these people might not be quite ready to admit that a problem exists, there are physical symptoms that will become evident with alcohol abuse.
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30. Physical Signs and Symptoms: A PERSON COMPLAINS ABOUT NUMBNESS IN the hands or FEET, OR HAVE NUMEROUS OCCASIONS WHEN THEY HAVE A STOMACH ACHE OR AND UPSET STOMACH.
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31. In 2012, 32.3 percent of all fatalities in motor vehicle crashes in Texas involved a driver under the influence of alcohol.
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32. In Texas, drivers are legally intoxicated and can be arrested and charged with a DWI with a .08 blood alcohol concentration; however, driving ability can be impaired below the legal alcohol limit.
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33. A person’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle also is compromised by illegal drugs, prescription drugs and even over-the-counter medications.
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34. It's families losing the most as Texas leads nation in DWI deaths.
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35. The Bexar County district attorney's office initiated a no-refusal policy in October 2011 that requires anyone arrested on suspicion of DWI to provide a breath or blood draw.
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36. Although Houston's Harris County had more than double the number of fatalities that Bexar County had in 2011, it also had more than double the population.
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37. Anyone who spends enough time in Bexar County will certainly become aware of the roadside memorials along country roads, busy highways and suburban drives.
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38. The “foundation” of the IPDE method of driving “IDENTIFY,” is reliant upon a driver’s implementation of scanning techniques that serve to discriminate between information that is useful to driving and “non-driving" visual information.
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39. The second step in the IPDE method is to PREDICT what might happen should you encounter a real or potential hazard.
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40. The third step in the IPDE method is to DECIDE what driver action you will implement (accelerate, steer, decelerate, or any combination of these vehicle control maneuvers) to avoid a crash with a real (or potential) hazard.
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41. To EXECUTE is to carry out your decided-upon action.
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42. DRIVING EFFECTS AND BAC: .AT 02 BAC YOUR DIVIDED ATTENTION TO DRIVING TASK IS EFFECTED.
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43. AT BAC .06, YOUR DRIVING INFORMATION IS EFFECTED.
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44. AT A BAC .08, YOU ARE LACKING PERCEPTION.
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45 . Reaction distance + Braking distance = Stopping distance: AT BAC ,05, YOUR STOPPING DISTANCE IS +32%.
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46. BAC IS LOWERED .015% PER HOUR.
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47. IF YOU START DRINKING AT 9:00 PM AND STOP DRINKING AT 1:30 AM, YOU WILL BE LEGALLY INTOXICATED (.08) AT 7:30 AM THE NEXT DAY.
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48. Alcohol destroys your liver. It becomes swollen and STOPS WORKING RIGHT.
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49. Drinking alcohol causes the air tubes in our lungs to become narrower, making it difficult to breathe.
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50. Alcohol affects your memory and your ability to think.
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51. YOUR BRAIN IS NOT COMPLETELY DEVELOPED UNTIL AGE 25, SO IF YOU DRINK UNDER 25 YEARS OF AGE THERE IS A GREATER CHANCE FOR DAMAGE TO THE FRONTAL CORTEX.
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