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Is Depressants very similar to the effects of alcohol
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Asked 10/3/2012 9:44:46 AM
Updated 10/19/2018 6:49:25 AM
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User: Is Depressants very similar to the effects of alcohol

User: People who have been drinking tend to their ability to tolerate alcohol

User: Alcohol's effect on on a person's vision causes

User: True or false Even if they are not directly involved in a crash with a drunk driver, sober drivers are still at risk from drunk drivers

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Asked 10/3/2012 9:44:46 AM
Updated 10/19/2018 6:49:25 AM
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Flagged by Janet17 [10/19/2018 6:44:50 AM], Edited by Janet17 [10/19/2018 6:47:21 AM]
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When driving, the effects of depressants are very similar to the effects of alcohol. TRUE.
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People who have been drinking tend to OVERESTIMATE their ability to tolerate alcohol.
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Alcohol's effect on a person's vision causes BOTH the following: their eye muscles to relax to the point that they can't focus; their pupils take longer to adjust to changes in light, allowing them to be blinded by the glare of headlights.
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Even if they are not directly involved in a crash with a drunk driver, sober drivers are still at risk from drunk drivers. TRUE.
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