Pros And Cons Of The Driving Age

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Register to read the introduction… An estimated 20,000lives have been saved in the past twenty-five years, but yet politicians are not wanting to budge on the driving age in the United States. It is estimated that triple the number of lives saved due to the change in drinking age will be saved if the driving age was to be raised. It takes a lot of persuasion to change a hard headed politicians mind. What usually gets them to is a series of crashed involving young adults, and then, jut maybe, they will think of other ways to protect our young people(Davis, “is 16 too Young?”). In 2007, a poll was done determine what people thought about raising the driving age. This poll included 1,002 adults from December seventeenth through the nineteenth in the United States. Sixty-one percent …show more content…
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