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An aggressive driver is defined as __________ A. an inattentive driver. B. a high risk driver. C. a slow driver.
An aggressive driver is defined as B. a high risk driver.
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User: The amount of energy absorbed by a vehicle in an impact is related to __________ A. the direction of the impact. B. the design of the vehicle. C. all of the above

User: An aggressive driver is defined as __________ A. an inattentive driver. B. a high risk driver. C. a slow driver.

Weegy: An aggressive driver is defined as B. a high risk driver.
OxTornado007|Points 6879|

User: Alcohol affects the Limbic portion of the brain by __________ A. making your vision blurry. B. relaxing your muscles. C. affecting emotions and memory.

Weegy: Alcohol affects the Limbic portion of the brain by C. affecting emotions and memory.
OxTornado007|Points 6879|

User: Those addicted to drugs and alcohol suffer from compulsive drug and alcohol cravings and usage and cannot quit by themselves. A. True B. False

Weegy: Those addicted to drugs and alcohol suffer from compulsive drug and alcohol cravings and usage and cannot quit by themselves.This is True.
yumdrea|Points 90|

User: Which of the following is NOT very helpful if you find a car or motorcycle approaching you in your lane? A. Sound your horn and flash your lights. B. Brake sharply. C. Put your car into reverse.

Weegy: Putting your car into reverse would not be helpful in this situation.
liveyourlifeeasy|Points 33|

User: Tolerance to a particular drug might also increase to other drugs in the same class. A. True B. False

User: If you find your brakes failing, which of the following should you NOT do? A. Pump your brake pedal hard and fast. B. Apply your parking brake sharply. C. Rub your tires up against the curb to slow down.

Weegy: B
MariaTherezaBrazil|Points 0|

User: Ethanol is a __________ A. mood altering drug. B. stimulant. C. narcotic.

Weegy: B. stimulant
mohak|Points 90|

User: Young people who began drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence during their lifetime than those who began drinking at age ___________ or later. A. 16 B. 19 C. 21

Weegy: Young people who began drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence during their lifetime than those who began drinking at age ___________ or later. Answer: C. [ [ 21 Source: ] ]
emjones91|Points 25|

User: The estimated cost to America for traffic crashes caused by underage drinkers is more than ___________ billion dollars per year. A. 10 B. 5 C. 1

Weegy: Underage Drinking April 2005 Underage drinking is a serious problem for our society. [ From reports in the media, one gets the impression that it is getting worse ever year and that even casual teenage drinking carries with it devastating implications for our youth, including increasing the alcoholism rate of those who drink early and even death. Do the statistics support these stories? Can you honestly say that you never drank alcohol during high school? If so, you are in a distinct minority: nearly 80% of high school seniors admit to at least trying a drink and about 50 percent report having consumed alcohol during the last month. While these numbers are down from their peaks in the late 70s and early 80s, a large majority of young people still drink regularly long before they reach the legal age of 21. Clearly, efforts to eliminate underage drinking have failed. It is also plain that many successful Americans have a history of high school and college alcohol use - sometimes involving of periods of excess. If youthful drinking were a genuine bar to political office, higher education or career advancement, government, academia and industry would grind to a halt. Nonetheless, the media and some activist groups, government agencies and foundations constantly promote the idea that most teen drinking is extremely risky and carries a high probability of causing alcoholism or death. For example, an August 2004 press release from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association screams, "The carnage caused by underage drinking in America is unrelenting," and notes that alcohol kills "6.5 more kids than all other drugs combined." Similarly, a recent CNN medical segment ["Teenage binge drinkers are more likely to become adult alcoholics" 6/16/04"] reported that a study had found that teen binge drinking was linked to an increased risk for alcoholism. CNN mentioned that 70% of teens binge drink - but did not note that only 3.81% of adults are alcoholics. ]
alexacalipes|Points 15|

User: You may be cited for improper safety equipment on your car if __________ A. you do not have windshields made with special safety glass and/or if you have a crack in your windshield. B. your headlights and / or tail lights are not functional. C. both of the above

Weegy: C. You may be cited for improper safety equipment on your car if you do not have windshields made with special safety glass and/or if you have a crack in your windshield or if your headlights and / or tail lights are not functional.
tweet chicken|Points 100|

User: Stop signs are octagon-shaped. A. TRUE B. FALSE

Weegy: Stop signs are octagon-shaped.
Answer is TRUE



User: If your accelerator pedal gets stuck, what is the first thing you should do? A. Reach down and pull the accelerator with your hands. B. Shift into neutral, then apply the brakes. C. Flash your lights to warn others.

Weegy: If your accelerator pedal gets stuck, the first thing you should do is:
B. Shift into neutral, then apply the brakes.



User: The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than $ ___________ per year for every man, woman and child in the United States. A. 50 B. 100 C. 200



Weegy: The cost to society for underage alcohol use is more than $200 per year for every man, woman and child in the United States.
Expert answered|cutyglyde|Points 86|

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