Test your Reactions

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test your reactions

see just how quick you really are sober...or not

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how to play

when you see a hazard on the road, hit thestopbutton to react in time

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choose difficulty

I haven't
been drinking

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I have
been drinking

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STOP

you just stopped for no reason

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your reaction time was

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0 seconds

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Alcohol is quickly absorbed into your bloodstream which rapidly affects your brain and your driving ability. Try the game again - it now reflects the impact alcohol may have on your reactions.

Test your reactions after a drink    >

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you were too slow

you're lucky this was only a game

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without a drink your reaction time was
0.XX seconds

whereas

with a couple of drinks your reaction time was
0.xX seconds

Even after only one drink your reaction speeds are slower and your concentration is also affected.
Don't risk it, don't drink and drive.

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YOUR REACTION TO DRINK

Alcohol is quickly absorbed into your bloodstream. This rapidly affects your brain and your driving ability. It’s almost impossible to judge your blood alcohol level from the number of drinks you’ve had. Most people’s driving skills will be impaired long before they show signs of outward drunkenness.