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ADAP Study Guide
Vocabulary (define the following terms)

  • ADAP: 

  • TADRA: 

  • Georgia’s Graduated Drivers License Process: 


  • Joshua’s Law:  

  1. What are the three steps of Georgia’s Graduated Drivers License Process? 

  1. A Class D license holder is restricted from driving during what hours of the day? 

  1. Are there exceptions to the above restricted driving mandate? 

  1. During the first six months of holding a Class D license, who can ride with the teen driver? 

  1. During the second six months of holding a Class D license who can ride with the teen driver? 

  1. Can drivers with a Class D license drive have unlimited passengers under the age of 21 after the first and second six-month periods? 

  1. Name the (8) offenses that would result in a suspension of driving privileges of any person under 21 years of age. 

  1. What is the leading cause of death for U.S. teens according to the CDC? 

  1. What is the legal drinking age in Georgia? 

  1.   In Georgia, persons under 21 years of age are presumed to be DUI if they are operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of what? 

  1. True or False; Alcohol is used more widely than tobacco in the United States. 

  1. True or False; Each front seat occupant of a passenger vehicle is required to wear a seat belt while such vehicle is being operated on a public street or highway of this state. 

  1. What space margin provides you with visibility, space, and time to help avoid a rear-end crash? 

  1. What is Georgia’s Implied Consent law? 

  1. True or False; Having two or more peer passengers does not affect the risks of a crash 

  1. What are the school enrollment requirements for anyone under 18 to obtain a driver’s license?

  1.   What happens if you refuse to submit to a state administered test of your blood, breath, urine, or other bodily substances for the purpose of determining if you are driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs? 

  1. Why is good posture important when operating a motor vehicle? 

  1. What drug continues to be the most commonly used illicit drug among youth in the United States? 

  1. Is it legal to sell and/or possess synthetic marijuan in Georgia? 

  1. True or False; Marijuana can limit the body’s ability to fight off infection.

  1. What drug may result in the user hearing voices, seeing images, and feeling things that do not exist? 

  1. True or False;  The physiological effects of marijuana are not similar to those associated with alcohol.

  1. How much higher is the risk of a fatal crash for teen drivers at night? 

  1. True or False; You may hold your phone when driving. 

  1. True or False; Prescription and over the counter (OTC) medications are much safer than illicit drugs.

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