Turn on your headlights and look at the white line of the shoulder
Look directly into the glare and focus on what you can see
Flip the rearview mirror up and use your sideview mirrors
Flip the car visor down and wear sunglasses to cut the glare
Light from other headlights and light reflected off of the road signs
The glare of the moon off the car and from traffic lights
Light from other headlights and light reflected off the rearview mirror
The glare of the headlights from cars behind you and around you
Wear sunglasses and flip the rearview mirror up
Flip down the car visor and focus on looking into your sideview mirrors
Flip up the rearview mirror and look at the side of the road
Flash your highbeams and honk your horn
Because the oil, dirt, and debris on the road isn't washed away yet and makes things extra slick
Because the water from the rain has not been absorbed into the asphalt yet
Because the dirt and debris sticks to the tires more easily when first getting wet
Because water is more likely to get inside the tread of the tires and cause hydroplaning
Because it helps moisten the gears of the brake
Because it prevents debris from getting into the gears
Because it helps keep the brake pads from sticking
Because it helps keep the brake pads dry
The light cuts through the fog helping the driver to see more clearly
The light reflects off of the water droplets in the air causing your vision to be reduced
The light reflects off the road and the other cars causing sun and light glare for the driver
The light allows other drivers to see the car better and avoid accidents
When the front end of a car slides due to snow on the ground
When the rear end of a car swerves due to slick conditions on the road
When a car hydroplanes on a hilly road surface
When the tires lose grip on the road surface and begins to slide
Because they have no ground to absorb the moisture in the air
Because they are thinner than other parts of the roadway and they freeze less often than other road surfaces
Because it takes more asphalt to create a bridge or an overpass than for a regular road
Because the air circulates above and below the road surface causing the bridge to freeze sooner
It makes it look gravely
It makes it look smooth
It makes it look wet
It makes it look slushy
Work more slowly
All of the above
Put water into the cooling system
Fill the windshield wiper tank with low freezing solvent
Put antifreeze into the gas tank
Keep your gas tank at least half full
Driving Under the Influence
Driving Under Intoxication
Driving Under an Interstate
Driving Under Inspection
Driving with a BAC level of .08 or higher
Driving with a BAC lower than .08
Driving while high on illegal drugs
Driving while on legal prescriptions
The amount of alcohol in a person's drink.
The concentration of alcohol in a person's blood.
The level of alcohol a person has after one drink.
The level of how intoxicated a person is from alcohol.
They are driving under the influence of alcohol.
They are driving under the influence of illegal drugs.
They are driving while intoxicated with alcohol.
They are driving while intoxicated with prescription drugs.
A half hour
One and a half hours
A person is never allowed to have any alcohol or drugs in their bodies while driving.
A person is allowed to have any alcohol or drugs in their bodies while driving up to .08 BAC.
A person is never allowed to have any alcohol in their bodies while driving.
A person is never allowed to have any alcohol in their bodies while driving, but can have drugs.
Click It of Ticket
You Drink, You Drive, You Lose
Police Against Drunk Driving (PADD)
Under .08 is the Way to Drive Great
Less than 10%
More than 30%
A drunk driver
A drowsy driver
A driver who is on caffeine
A driver who is high