Massachusetts RMV Alcohol Awareness Test

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Alcohol awareness test for Massachusetts driver's license

Massachusetts Alcohol Awareness Test

This quiz focuses on the effects of alcohol on your driving and Massachusetts laws about drunk driving.

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What is the best option if you plan on drinking alcohol and need to get home safely?

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Which combination significantly increases the risk of a motor vehicle crash?

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What does BAC measure?

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What is the consequence of drinking alcohol while driving or having an open alcoholic drink inside your vehicle?

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How is alcohol processed in the body?

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What does alcohol do to your reflexes and judgment?

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How long is the license suspension for drivers under age 21 caught with a BAC as low as 0.02 while driving?

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What is the penalty for those under 21 who buy or try to buy alcohol?

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How long must you use an Ignition Interlock Device if you get a hardship license?

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What is the requirement for drivers with two or more operating under the influence offenses who are eligible for license reinstatement?

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MA Alcohol Awareness – Quiz Questions and Answers


The most common risk young people take when drinking alcohol is having an accident. That is why Massachusetts RMV and other states focus on alcohol awareness in their written knowledge tests for permits and driver’s licenses.

When you drink, alcohol passes through your stomach and absorbs into the bloodstream. It quickly affects the nervous system and signals in the brain.

Alcohol is a depressant. It slows down sensory perception, judgment, and coordination. In other words, alcohol affects what you see, think and feel, and react.

How much effect alcohol has on the body depends on the alcohol concentration in your blood, which is why Massachusetts has set legal BAC levels.

For your RMV knowledge test, you must know the legal BAC levels in Massachusetts. It is a good idea also to understand the consequences of drinking and driving, including the implied consent law and what happens if you refuse a chemical test.

Take this quiz to check your current knowledge. It has ten questions, and you get a “passing score” with eight correct answers.

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