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Anyone convicted of possessing, selling, or manufacturing illegal drugs is subject to a ___-_____ __________.
six-month suspension
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
DRINKING WHILE DRIVING
Drugs and driving
page 64
If you are under 21 and are caught with an alcoholic beverage in your vehicle, it may be impounded for up to __ ____.
30 days
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
DRINKING WHILE DRIVING
Drivers under 21 (Possession of Alcohol)
page 64
It is illegal for any person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of _____ __ ______.
0.08% or higher
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
DRINKING WHILE DRIVING
BAC Limits
page 65
After you are arrested in connection with driving under the influence (DUI),
what two entities can take separate action against the same offense?
the court
- and -
the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
DRINKING WHILE DRIVING
BAC Limits
page 65
An officer may require you to submit to either a breath or a blood test if you are under 21 and your preliminary alcohol screening (PAS) showed a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of _____.
0.05%
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ADMIN PER SE
page 66
The court may order you to complete a driving under the influence (DUI) program for a period of nine-months or longer if you already had a record of driving under the influence (DUI) violations or you refused to submit to a chemical test and your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was _____ __ ______.
0.15% or higher
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
COURT DUI CONVICTIONS
page 67
BAC stands for _____ _______ _____________.
blood alcohol concentration
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
BAC CHART
page 69
What blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level range will lead to a possible driving under the influence (DUI) conviction and is definitely unlawful if you are under 21? _____ - _____.
0.01% - 0.04%
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
BAC CHART
page 69
What blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level range will likely lead to a possible driving under the influence (DUI) conviction and is definitely unlawful if you are under 21? _____ - _____.
0.05% - 0.07%
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
BAC CHART
page 69
When driving commercial vehicles, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) that is more than _____.
0.04%
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
BAC CHART
page 69
Ending a suspension of your driving license will cost you a reissue fee of ___.
$55
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST AN ADULT'S LICENSE
page 70
The teenage accident rate per mile is how many times greater than adult drivers?
Four times
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
page 70
What percent of traffic convictions for drivers between ages 15 - 19 are speed violations?
About 50%
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Traffic Violations Increase Accidents
page 71
If you are under 18 years old, how many times higher is your risk of an injury accident when compared to the average driver?
Three times
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Teenage Traffic Deaths
page 71
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will send you a warning letter about pending actions to your provisional license if you have one "at fault" accident or conviction within __ ______.
12 months
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Keeping Your Provisional License
page 71
If you are convicted of using alcohol or a controlled substance and you are between the ages of 13 and 21, the court tells the DMV to suspend you for ___ ____.
one year
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Keeping Your Provisional License
pages 71-72
If convicted of vandalism, adult drivers wil have their licenses suspended for ___ ____.
one year
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Vandalism--All Ages
page 72
If you drive a vehicle and engage in a speed contest which causes bodily injury to someone other than yourself, your are subject to a minimum of 30 days in jail to a maximum of ___ ______.
six months
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Speed Contests
page 72
If a person is convicted of killing anyone during the course of a police pursuit (VC 2800.3[b]), he/she is subject to imprisonment in a state prison for four, six, or ten _____.
years
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Evading a Peace Officer
page 72
If you are convicted of being a habitual truant from school, how long will the court suspend, restrict, delay, or revoke your driving privilege?
one year
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
ACTIONS AGAINST THE PROVISIONAL LICENSE
Habitual Truant--Persons Age 13 to 18
page 72
When a driver is cited for a traffic violation, the judge may offer the driver the opportunity to attend Traffic Violator School. How often can drivers have a citation dismissed from their driving record this way?
Once in any 18 month period
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
TRAFFIC VIOLATOR SCHOOL DISMISSALS
page 73
If you get too many negligent driver points, Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will revoke your driving privilege or place you on a probation for ___ ____.
one year (which includes a six-month suspension)
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION BY DMV
page 73
A judge may suspend a person's license if convicted of engaging in lewd conduct and prostitution in a vehicle within how many feet of a residence?
1000
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
SUSPENSION BY JUDGE
page 73
A judge may suspend a person's license if convicted of failure to stop as required at a _______ _____ ________.
railway grade crossing
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
SUSPENSION BY JUDGE
page 73
Regardless of point count, many serious offenses in which a vehicle is used are punishable by heavy penalties such as fines and/or ____________.
imprisonment
California Driver Handbook 2006
ACTIONS THAT RESULT IN LOSS OF LICENSE
SUSPENSION BY JUDGE
page 73
Do not drive a vehicle so loaded, either with property or people, that you cannot see ahead, or to the sides of your vehicle, or _______ __.
control it
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
A load extending more than four feet from the back of the vehicle must display a 12-inch red or fluorescent orange square flag or how many red lights at night?
two
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not dump or abandon animals on a highway. This crime is punishable by a fine of up to $1000, six month in jail, or ____.
both
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not tow anyone who is riding a bicycle, in a wagon, on roller skates, on a sled, on skis, or on a ___ _______.
toy vehicle
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not litter on the roadside. You may be forced to pick up what you threw away and the fine is _____.
$1000
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not drive a vehicle equipped with a video monitor if the monitor is visible to the driver and displays anything other than vehicle information or ______ _______ ________.
global mapping displays
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not honk your horn unless it is a ______ _______.
safety warning
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not throw from your vehicle any cigarette, cigar, or other flaming or _______ _________.
glowing substance
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not shoot firearms on a highway or at _______ _____.
traffic signs
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 33
Do not hang objects on the ______.
mirror
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
What is the maximum size and shape that stickers can occupy on the lower corner of the passenger's side windshield or rear view window?
a seven-inch square
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
What is the maximum size and shape that stickers can occupy on the lower corner of the driver's side windshield?
five-inch square
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
Do not drive any motor vehicle into a designated __________ ____.
wilderness area
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
Do not drive with tinted ______ _____.
safety glass
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
Do not block or hinder a _______ __________.
funeral procession
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST NOT DO
page 34
On narrow mountain roads you must honk your horn if you cannot see at least how many feet ahead?
200
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST DO
page 34
If a vehicle is coming toward you, within how many feet of the oncoming vehicle should you dim your lights to low beams?
500
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST DO
page 34
Low visibility means that you are unable to see more than ____ ____.
1000 feet
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST DO
page 34
You must turn on your headlights if snow, rain, fog, or low-visibility require the use of __________ ______.
windshield wipers
California Driver Handbook 2006
ADDITIONAL DRIVING RULES
THINGS YOU MUST DO
page 34
These parking rules are associated with what curb color?

Stop only long engough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail.
White
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 30
These parking rules are associated with what curb color?

Park for a limited time. Look for a sign next to the _____ zone or for the time painted on the curb.
Green
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 30
These parking rules are associated with what curb color?

Stop no longer than the time posted to load or unload passengers or freight. Drivers of noncommercial vehicles are usually required to stay with the vehicle.
Yellow
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 30
These parking rules are associated with what curb color?

No stopping, standing, or parking. (Buses may stop at a ___ zone marked for buses.)
Red
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 30
These parking rules are associated with what curb color?

Parking is permitted only for a disabled person who displays a placard or disabled person or disabled veteran license plates.
Blue
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 30
Placard abuse is a misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or both.

The imprisonment is in county jail and can be for up to six months.

The fine is _____.
$1000
California Driver Handbook 2006
PARKING
PARKING AT COLORED CURBS
page 31