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    Drivers License

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    Responsibility comes a long way when it cones to things like school, driving, bills, and taxes. Rose Mary had responsibility when it came to getting her license for being a parent or for well driving of course. In the book, Rose Mary is a terrible driver and this quote summaries it “But instead of easing forward, Mom, who had never quite gotten the hang of driving, hit the gas pedal hard, and the truck shot ahead. The piano jerked out of our hands, sending us lurching…

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    Driving Age Research Paper

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    Driving Age Is Good As Is Sixteen probably is the best birthday of of a kid’s life because they get their license, but people are trying to take that freedom away from teens. Teen driving have killed many teenagers in the last few years, so one idea to fix this problem is to raise the minimum driving age, but there are others ways to fix this problem before going to extremes. Teens will fix anything just so they can have the keys, but politicians don’t get that, they think since people are…

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    drive themselves to wherever they want without any restriction. However, becoming a skillful and master driver is so important, rather than just getting a driver 's license. A master driver is someone who is truly aware of the dangers associated with driving, and he or she knows how to handle them in an effective way. Every year, countless accidents occur by reckless drivers, which leads to many deaths. I believe everyone can become a master driver just by following…

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    Legal Driving Age Essay

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    I believe the driving age should be raised by increasing the legal driving age to eighteen. At eighteen you are legally an adult progressing towards adulthood, at eighteen a person can vote, obtain a marriage permit, buy cigarettes, join the military, consent on legally binding contracts, start there own business, move out on there own, at the age of eighteen you become more responsible. Someone who is eighteen can take responsibility for there own actions. I feel driving should be also one of…

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    amongst them all was to get a car before or after graduation. They all seemed to advise that in order for me to have a sweet senior year, I must learn how to drive early. As wise as I am I took their advice and decided to start driving school this summer. I recently finished driving school and can genuinely say I can’t recall off head everything I learned. However, there are two key things my instructor told me that I will remember forever. One of them is that car accidents have the highest…

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    licence because they turn 16. ¨The second study examined crash rates in New Jersey, which has a minimum age of 17 for unsupervised driving and is the only state in the country to have a comprehensive GDL program for all new drivers up to age 21. In New Jersey, while crash rates of new drivers licensed at different ages largely converged after six months of solo driving experience, older beginners had lower crash rates overall and lower rates of injury crashes than younger beginners.¨ ¨The…

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    you’re a teenager, driving tests should be harder. Also, instead of just passing, everyone has to get 100%. As long as we know that teens will be safe, they can drive. If they won’t be safe and won’t drive carefully and responsibly, then they shouldn’t be able to drive. I definitely don’t think the minimum age should be raised. Sixteen is more than old enough for a mature person to drive a car. If the person is not mature or they can’t drive well enough, then they don’t pass the test, no matter…

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    Minimum Driving Age Essay

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    build up and people to be late for important events in their lives. Most adults who have been driving all their lives blame new teenage drivers from a majority of these accidents. Adult drivers get a sense of distress when they see a teenage driver on the road. They feel that at age 16, teenagers aren’t ready mentally to drive therefore the minimum age requirement to drive should be raised. The minimum driving age in my opinion should not be raised due to the fact that new teenage drivers are…

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    Should the Driving Age be Raised or Stay the Same? Many people around the globe ask this questions everyday; should the driving age be raised? But imagine this; you're sixteen years old struggling to get to and from work and school everyday. You could get a ride, but your parents and other relatives near by have to be at work early. Your only option left is to walk or take a bike; sometimes it's a far distance and may take an hour or so, but it's the only way to get to your destination.…

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    Many people are starting to question the legal driving age. They are starting to think that it should be raised based on the amount of teen driving accidents. There have been many, many studies done to determine if it is the right decision or not. But, the driving age is fine the way it is. At any age they start driving they will be new and inexperienced, they just need more guidance and teaching. The driving age should not be raised because it is a rite of passage for teens, it would be highly…

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