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When trying to get a drivers license or permit, what identification is required?
Either your birth certificate or passport, or both.
How old does the person in the vehicle have to be with a fourteen or older year old with a permit?
At least 21 years of age.
What are the three things that must be examined in a driver before he/she can get his/her drivers license?
A vision, written and driving examination.
What are the reasons a license might be suspended?
1. Operating or owning an uninsured vehicle involved in an accident.
2. Repeated violations of the motor vehicle law.
3. Driving in violation of license restrictions.
What are the reasons a license might be revoked?
1. Driving while license is canceled, suspended, or revoked.
2. A conviction of driving while intoxicated, or refusal to take breath test.
3. A conviction for reckless driving.
4. Failure to submit to a chemical test, or chemical test results of .08 or higher when arrested for driving while intoxicated.
5. Failure to stop and render aid at the scene when involved in personal injury accident.
6. Perjury (giving untrue information relating to motor vehicles to the department)
7.Unlawful flight by motor vehicle to avoid arrest.
8. Felony in connection with a motor vehicle causing injury or death: Manslaughter, Negligent Homicide or assault with a vehicle.

To retain your license, a fee must be paid.
A good Driver...
Always wears a safety belt and requires all passengers to buckle up, too.
Is constantly aware of traffic conditions around him.
Drives as required by law and traffic conditions.
Drives courteously and defensively.
Keeps their vehicle mechanically safe.
Is physically competent and medically safe.
A driver has to be aware of...
Alleys, pedestrians, cars in front and bhind, parked cars, intersection right and left, bicycles, cars approaching, and children.
What is the maximum alchohol allowance on a driver's breath?
.08
What is the penalty for DWI or refusing to submit to a breath test on the First Conviction?
No less than $250, and no more than a $5,000 fine. No less than 72 consecutive hours or more than one year in jail, and a restriction of license no less than 90 days.
The Second Conviction?
No less than $500 and no more than $5,000 fine. No less than 20 days and no more than one year in jail. Mandatory revocation of driving privileges for not less than one year, plus possible forfeiture of the motor vehicle used at the time of the offense.
Third Conviction?
No less than $1,000 and no more than $5,000 dollars fine. No less than 60 days or more than one one year in jail. A mandatory revocation of driving privileges for not less than 3 years, plus possible forfeiture of the vehicle used at the time of the offense.
Fourth conviction?
Not less than $2,000 or more than $5,000 fine. No less than 120 or more than one year in jail. Mandatory revocation of driving privileges for no less than 5 years, plus possible forfeiture of the motor vehicle used at the time of the offense.
Fifth conviction?
No less than 3,000 or more than $5,000 fine. No less than 240 days or more than one year in jail.Mandatory revocation of driving privileges for no less than five years, plus possible forfeiture of vehicle used during the offense.
Sixth conviction or more?
No less than $4,000 and no more than $5,000 dollars fine. No less than 360 days or more than one year in jail. Revocation of driving privileges for no less than 5 years, plus possible forfeiture of vehicle used during the offense.
What happens to a driver who is convicted of DWI or refusal to take the breath test three or more times, and within the 10 years of the last offense?
Guilty of a class C felony. No less than $5,000, no less than 120 days in jail, a license revocation for no less than 3 years, and possible forfeiture of vehicle used during the offense.
Alcohol:
Is a depressant. The type of alcohol consumed makes no difference on the affect of the alcohol. It affects a person differently at different times, with physical and emotional changes. The probability of an accident increases with each drink. The first thing affected is a person judgment. Alcohol is involved in more than half of all traffic deaths.
motor vehicle accidents involving young people who have been drinking occur at lower average blood alcohol levels than do those of middle-aged or older drivers.
What can a person do after drinking before they can drive?
They have to wait. Black coffee, fresh air, food or a cold shower will only wake a person up, not sober them. Alcohol is burned by the liver and eliminated from the body through the kidneys and lungs. Only time will help to sober a person.
One glass of wine contains as much alcohol as...
1 shot of whiskey or 1 12 oz beer.