IDEC module 3
1. Which of the following statements is true regarding drugs and impaired driving?
A. Drugs are any substance that, when taken into the body, can impair the ability of a person to safely operate a vehicle.
B. Only illegal substances are considered drugs.
C. Alcohol is not considered a drug.
D. None of the above
2. Polydrug impairment refers to a situation where an individual is under the influence of two or more impairing substances.
3. The three most common drugs in crash-involved drivers are ______, ______, and ______.
A. Alcohol, opiates, and cocaine
B. Alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs/opiates
C. Marijuana, LSD, and alcohol
D. Prescription drugs/opiates, marijuana, and methamphetamine
4. Perception Reaction Time (or PRT) is the time it takes to begin an action to avoid a threat. How long is PRT when driving under normal conditions?
A. About 0.5 seconds
B. About 1 second
C. About 1.5 seconds
D. About 3 seconds
5. Which of the following is a way that marijuana use may impair driving?
A. Slows reaction time
B. Increases likelihood of speeding
C. Lane weaving
D. All of above