DUI - Practice Test - Florida

DUI - Practice Test

Practice Test and Answers on Florida DUI Laws for the DMV Test


This Permit Practice addresses DUI and Florida DUI laws. To prepare for this practice test you should have reviewed DUI Videos and Tutorials.

Below are questions about DUI in Florida in the form of multiple choice just like on the Florida Permit Test. As you answer each question you will learn the correct answer so you can learn by taking the test.

1. Drinking alcohol and driving greatly increases your chance of getting in a car accident. DUI convictions can lead to:

You should:

Incorrect: Please try again.

Correct: Because drinking alcohol and driving is so dangerous, the penalties are very tough. People who drive after drinking risk heavy fines, higher insurance rates, loss of license, and even jail sentences.


2. If convicted of a DUI what additional insurance are you required to get?

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Correct: When convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) Florida law requires you to have Bodily Injury Liability (BIL) insurance and increased PDL coverage. The coverage required in such a case must be at least $100,000 BIL for injuries to one person, $300,000 BIL for injuries to two or more people, and $50,000 property damage liability (PDL). This higher coverage will be in effect for three years after your DUI conviction.


3. A friend was convicted of a DUI how long will this conviction be on their driving record?

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Correct: A DUI conviction will remain on a driving record for 75 years. Because drinking alcohol and driving are so dangerous, the penalties are very tough. People who drive after drinking risk heavy fines, higher insurance rates, lose their license, and serve time in jail.


4. Which medicines can negatively affect your driving skills resulting in a DUI?

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Correct: There are many drugs both legal and illegal including prescription and over-the-counter that can affect your driving. Be sure to read the warning label or ask your doctor or pharmacist to understand the risks. Some drugs make you drowsy and others make you dizzy. Drinking alcohol with meds can multiply the effects making you a dangerous driver as well.

You can be charged with a DUI if you are under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance including prescription drugs, stimulants, narcotics, depressants, hallucinogens, and model glue or other inhalants.


5. Drivers under 21 caught with a blood alcohol level of .02 will lose their license for:

Incorrect: Please try again.

Correct: Florida has a Zero Tolerance Law. If you are under age 21 and get caught with a breath or blood alcohol level of .02 or higher your license will get suspended for 6 months.


6. What is the first important skill that drinking alcohol affects in your body?

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Correct: Judgment is the first thing affected after drinking an alcohol beverage. Alcohol reduces important skills that help you drive well including judgment, vision, reaction, and concentration. You’ll have trouble judging speed, distance, and the movement of vehicles around you.


7. Is your reaction time increased, decreased or not effected when you drink and drive?

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Correct: One drink of alcohol can affect your driving. It increases your reaction time since you react slower. Alcohol slows your reflexes and reaction time, reduces your ability to see clearly, and makes you less alert.


8. When going out with friends, what’s the best way to avoid someone drinking and driving?

Incorrect: Please try again.

Correct: Plan in advance if you are going out to drink with friends. Remember a DUI conviction stays on your driving record for 75 years.

You have a few choices: 1) Choose a designated driver before drinking; 2) If you’re the designated driver do not have a single drink; 3) Use taxi service, Uber, Lyft, or a call a family member; and 4) Take keys away from drinking impaired and help them get home safe.

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