Driving Test Questions Essay

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    shouldn’t have the privilege to drive? Most people think that taking away the driving privilege of teens sixteen and older will lower the number of car accidents. Others say that it is a necessity for teens to be able to drive. It seems that car accidents are at an all time high when it comes to teen drivers. Imagine if you had a teen and they were on the road. What measures would you take to make sure they are driving safe? Here at Greater Lawrence Technical School (GLTS) driver’s ed is…

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    collisions. This is an immense concern for parents and teenagers. At first glance, the solution may seem obvious; raise the driving age to 18.I do not believe that will solve the problem, in fact, I believe it may cause even more problems. I believe that the diversity of teens, how big of a role experience plays, and convenience of driving are reasons why the minimum driving age should stay 16. First off, teens are very diverse and have very different mentalities. For example, some teens are…

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    drivers at risk by preventing teen drivers from gaining valuable driving experience.”(Miles 1) Here he is saying that the more you practice at something the better you get. So if teenagers are allowed to drive at 16 by the time they turn 18 they will already have 2 years of experience. Mike Males also uses statistics when saying “Reports have shown teenage drivers as dangerous, and proposed severe restrictions, or even outright bans, on driving by persons under 18, 21—or even 25, some…

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    Monitoring Young Drivers

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    Many teenagers look forward to being independent. Driving gives them that independence. In high schools today it is common for students of legal age to drive to and from school. Most young drivers are inexperienced and do not have the skill of other drivers. Teenagers are significantly more likely to crash in their first month of driving than they are after their first two years of solo driving, according to a new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety (The Washington Post). New…

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    Teenage Driving: Do or Don’t? People can get a driver’s license from the age of 15 in the US. Car accidents are extremely common, and a lot of them can be fatal. Is it a good idea to let teenagers drive? Well, let’s take a look at some facts. A leading cause of car accidents is distracted driving. This involves the driver talking on the phone or talking. More than 50% of teens have admitted that they talked on the phone while driving! Teenage drivers are also the leading cause of distracted…

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    By not just increasing the age limit but also increase the time of learning and gaining experience on the road. Teens all have one thing in common “driving.” To have the freedom to be able to drive by themselves with no adult in the car. However, this could be the exact opposite. In the following months a teenager get their license they are most likely to be in a car accident. The main reason for that is the lack of practice and experience on the road for a new driver. Pennsylvania laws allow…

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    The Driving Age

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    believe that the driving age should not be raised from the age of sixteen to eighteen.It is evident that the driving age should not be raised because younger teens may like the responsibility of driving at a younger age. In addition, some parents may like the driving age younger too. The sooner your child can drive, the stress of driving your kids and yourself around is taken off the family. However, others may think that the driving age should change because they might think driving at sixteen…

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    SHOULD TEENAGERS BE DRIVING DRIVING??? Have You ever Told your parent That you want to start driving at a early age. Why do you want to start driving, because when you get older you not go want to drive like you use to. Teens be So happy about getting their first car And when its time for them to take car of business they want to be lazy and not to it. But when Your friends say "Aye, you going to that party or you going some where tonight" , Most of Them be quit to say YES, " You need…

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    legislatures are considering to raise the minimum driving age from sixteen to eighteen because of safety concerns. When a person turns sixteen he or she is old enough to get a job and have many responsibilities. As a teenager myself, I enjoy the freedom of driving myself places, even though it might just be to work some days. Also at my age, I am stuck between a child and an adult. The ability to drive makes it seem like I am not a child anymore. The driving age should not be raised because the…

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    Boom crash! A 16 year old just went off the road. This is why people want to change the age limit to 18. People have researched if this should happen. They came with the answer no. When you are 16 you can get a job. How are you supposed to get there if you can't drive. Yes your mom and dad can take you, but dont you think that they will get tired of going there and back a lot. It wastes a lot of gas too. Gas now is like $2.35 a galen now. People dont want to pay that. If you are 16…

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