a) Be aware that your abilities are decreased.
b) Drive, but avoid using freeways.
c) Spend more time than usual looking in the mirrors.
a) No - not at any time.
b) Yes - only the learner driver is responsible.
c) Yes - provided they have taken alcohol only.
a) It makes you calm down and think more clearly.
b) It speeds your brain up so you can work better.
c) It slows down how quickly your brain works.
a) Be able to drive the same as you normally can.
b) Misjudge speed (your own and others).
c) Be able to pay close attention to details in the traffic.
a) Take your car, try not to drink too much alcohol and then drive home.
b) Get a taxi or other public transport there and back, or organise for someone to pick you up.
c) Organise a lift home with someone from the party.
a) Organise before hand a way of getting home where you are not the driver.
b) After you have had a few drinks, start to think about how you will get home.
c) Wait for one hour after your last drink before you drive home.
a) More serious.
b) Less serious.
c) About the same.
a) About 50%.
b) About 30%.
c) About 10%.
a) They contain carbonated water.
b) They may contain alcohol which is colourless.
c) They may contain more than one nip of spirits.
a) Buying a breathalyser (alcohol measuring instrument).
b) Not drinking any alcohol. c) Exercising and drinking black coffee.
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