Driving Test Questions Essay

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    you answered yes to any of these questions you should get your driver’s license. Did you know you could get your license at the age of fifteen? Sounds awesome, right? Many people argue that the driving age is too young so they think that it should be changed. Do you think it should or should not be changed? This might be a hard question but, here is my opinion about the driving age. Should the minimum driving age be changed, well I think that the minimum driving age should stay the same age.…

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    Restricting the driving age Topic: Limiting the age that elders can drive General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade the class that there should be a restriction on the age that elders are able to drive. Thesis:As someone who shares a rode with those 70 and older, maybe we should all consider the possibility of making stricter requirements when it comes to their driving. Introduction Attention Getter: Imagine you’re driving down Coshocton and you're going 35.. The speed limit…

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    Licensed Teen Drivers

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    17 are a result of the driver having one or more fellow teenage passengers, most frequently the other passenger or passengers were the same gender and around the same age as the driver. Most of the car crashes were due to; alcohol use, late night driving or the non-use of a seat-belt and simple inexperience. The solution to these problems would be stepping up the enforcement of existing laws, as well educating parents’ and young drivers on tips that could reduce the occurrence these crashes.…

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    Students reckless driving records has increased higher each year. The driving age is sixteen. By raising it to a higher age will be more convenient for adults.Today teenagers have an attitude and road rage. By raising the driving age Students can be more experienced, safer and less people on the road, and be more mature. First off by raising the driving rate students can get more experienced. By having more experience there will be less teenager accidents, and lower the drunk driving rate.…

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    Raising Driving Age

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    I believe that raising the driving age limit would hinder our young teens. For most they depend on getting their license at their age for several of reasons. This will make it to where they have the freedom to go as they please and have that freedom. While some young teens do not care if it is raised cause either way they still get to drive. Some adults say, that in raising the driving age will make it to where their will be less accidents on the road; however, that might be true to some degree…

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    Some people believe that the driving age should remain sixteen instead of being raised to eighteen. Many adults would agree that the driving age should remain the same age at sixteen. However, others say that the driving age should be raised to eighteen instead of sixteen. I believe that the driving age should be raised to eighteen because eighteen year olds are more responsible, eighteen year olds brains are more developed than a sixteen year old, and eighteen year olds are at less of a risk…

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    Raising Driving Age

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    Is the driving age for teens too young? Should the teen driving age be raised? Based on many studies and statistics, raising the driving age for teens is a valid argument. An auto safety group is calling on states to raise the age of eligibility to receive a driver's license to 17 or even 18, as they are attempting to prevent fatal accidents and preserve the lives of our adolescents. There are countless car accidents, injuries, and lives lost on a daily basis. “More than 5,000 U.S. teens…

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    HyTiva Outreach Programs HyTiva is opposed to driving under any influence and we believe it is 100 percent preventable. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, drunk-driving fatalities have decreased 53 percent since 1982 to record lows. As part of our effort to prevent driving under the influence , we have key initiatives like the HyTiva Designate a Driver campaign safe ride home programs, teamed up with UBER in cities that are available. HyTiva Local Safe Ride programs brings…

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    being with you. This driving privilege is almost always taken advantage of by teen drivers. Now, think back to when you first got your drivers license, what was one of the first things you did? Most likely, you called up your best friend and you guys go out for a drive. Depending on what kind of driver you are, you either drove carefully or recklessly. Assuming you were the reckless type, you were most likely…

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    adults brain. Also, 16-year olds tend to have other teen agers in the vehicle with them, which can be a very dangerous and deadly situation. Even though some people may believe the driving age shouldn’t be raised, they may not know all of the risks there is to having a 16-year old have a license. The minimum driving age in Washington state should be raised to 17. A 16-year olds brain is not as developed as an adults. In the article, Is 16 Too Young to Drive a…

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