This quiz's purpose is more to get you to think ahead about the kinds of drunk and drugged driving situations you could get into than it is to test you on your knowledge. By thinking ahead to these situations, you will be able to handle them better when they occur. Also, if you have registered as a student, once you finish all four quizzes you can pick up your diploma in the student interface!
1. You go out with your friends to see a movie. You and your friends are too young to drive, so you told your big brother to pick you up after the movie. After the movie you and your friends are waiting outside. You see your brother's car approach the movie theatre, driving a little irregularly -- zigzagging in his lane and making abrupt speed changes for no reason. When he pulls up, you can smell the alcohol on his breath, but you can't see any alcoholic beverages in the car. Your friends have already gotten in the car, but you think he's drunk. You ask your brother if he's been drinking. He yaps no and tells you to get into the car. Your friends call you paranoid. What do you do?
a. you were just overreacting; get in the car.
b. call your parents and tell them that you think your brother is driving drunk.
c. call the police and report your brother.
d. try to get your brother out of the car.
e. try to get your friends out of the car.
2. You are going to a party by yourself. You don't really know the people there too well, but you figure it will be fun. When you get there, you don't feel very comfortable; the host is the only one that you have talked to all night. You decide to have just one drink to loosen up, not thinking that it will do any real harm. After that drink, you feel a little more sociable and start talking to a group. When you look at your glass, it's empty, so you refill it. Now you are really loose. You feel like the life of the party. You're really enjoying this, so you take another drink. Now the party is clearing out, and you realize that you are a little dizzy, and maybe not well enough to drive. You think about asking someone else to drive you, but you realize you still don't even know their names. What do you do?
a. drive yourself. It's not far, and you're probably dizzy from not eating enough.
b. get your host to call you a cab.
c. hitch a ride with the last person going out the door.
d. ask your host if you can stay the night.
3. You take your friend with you to a party. Afterwards, your friend is driving you home and you notice he is driving strangely, making gross corrections in his steering and not paying attention to the road. Just then, you remember that he had been drinking during the party. What do you do?
a. keep riding with him. You're almost home.
b. tell him to stop the car.
c. use your cellular phone to alert the police.
4. You are the designated driver, and you and your friends are about to leave the party. As you are leaving, you notice another guest of the party -- who had been drinking -- get into the drivers' seat of his car. You would take him home with you, but your car is already full. What do you do?
a. let him drive home; it's not your problem.
b. ask him if he's all right to drive.
c. take him back to the host and see if they can work something out.
5. After you are done with the driver in problem 4, you notice one of your friends who had been drinking speed away in another car. He's gone by the time you can get back to your car. What do you do?
a. nothing now; he's too far away.
b. chase him down and stop him.
c. report your friend and his car to the police.
d. call his parents.