Driving Test Questions Essay

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    completing the drivers education required by the state in which the test will be held in and passing your permit test. For many this is an exciting time in a teens life, but do teens really understand what it means to have a license and drive? The driving age should be raised to 18 years of age with one year of practice from 17-18 years in order to ensure the teen is fully mature, allowing time to learn all the rules and concepts of driving, while understanding what it means to have a license…

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    with what they said about rising the age up to 18 to driving . I think that people 16 and up should be able to drive. The solution to stop teenage driving from having accident is stop texting and driving and that also goes the adult’s to. Not all kids will get into accident so I think bringing the age up is a bad ideal. Sixteen is the perfect age to start driving. I also get the point of view when they say the age of driving should go up to 18. Cause people don’t want to…

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    Legal Driving Age

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    Should the legal driving age be raised? The articles “Is 16 Too Young to Drive a Car?” by Robert Davis and “Fatal Car Crashes Drop for 16-Year-Olds, Rise for Older Teens” by Allison Aubrey highlight several interesting details on this topic. Although both articles present valid information, both still lack sufficient evidence to support the need to raise the legal driving age. Studies have confirmed that there is no need to raise the driving age because teen drivers are often more…

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    trying to raise the driving age to 18. For example, some people want to change the age to 18 so drivers are safer, While others think the age should remain at 16. After looking at the arguments The driving age should remain at 16. Driving at 16 gives teens and parents more freedom. Nationwide, 76.3% of U.S. high school students aged greater than or equal to 16 years reported having driven to school during the 30 days before the survey (Shults). This shows that teens are driving to school and…

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    age of driving to at least 18 than we can drop the rate by more than 45% percent.That would most likely make our nation safer than ever.…

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    Legal Driving Age

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    The state of Virginia is considering raising the legal driving age to 18. To help reduce the cause of accidents on the road. However, whatever your age may be people will have an accident regardless of their age. Also it is very hard for teenagers get around now with or without a car so increasing the driving age would not benefit it. The last reason for this topic being the fact that teenagers deserve to be treated as an independent adult. First, I would like to discuss the age of people…

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    Driving Age Restrictions

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    able to drive themselves, and it also gives teens the time to learn and experience the ways of driving. Restrictions keep our young teens from becoming to distracted and potentially hurting others not just in the car, but on the roadways as well. Different restrictions have been set into place for novice drivers including limiting the number of passengers allowed into the vehicle, barring late night driving, and having the teens be temporarily placed under parental supervision. Due to these…

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    Teenagers are beginning to skip driver’s education, which could prove to become extremely costly to their health. Dunn-Alexander said that, "You can make one mistake, and that's your life or the life of the other driver. It doesn't even have to be your mistake." Eighteen is still too young of an age to present a teenager with a driver's license. At this young of an age, teenagers are prone to make rash decisions, which could end up changing their lives, or someone else's. Younger people are far…

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    active, engrossed individual. I never played video games anymore. I was never at the house. I hung out with my friends everyday for hours enjoying life. Dirt roads, church parking lots, even parties were the new activities we loved to participate in. Driving had unleashed a new spirit which had taken over my body. My personality had loosened up and allowed more change. I used to be boring, but now I was entertaining a funny. Many memories came out of this change. Having a free personality…

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    childless. Everyday young drivers are tragically hurt or killed due to inexperience and distractions. By raising the legal driving age, there will be less teen driving accidents, less obese Americans, and less high school truancy. It is essential to have a raise in the legal driving age. The legal age to drive must be raised to 18 because there will be much less fatal teen driving accidents. According to the CDC, there were 2,333 teen deaths from a collision while operating a motor vehicle…

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