Driving Test Questions Essay

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    new things? A white 16 year old teen girl said "To drive is a 'growing up experience.' With many parents agreeing to that statement. Being 17-18 years old to drive does not make any difference. If so that would only mean two years. Two years of not driving,learning, and experiencing new things. Raising the age limit to drive won't do anything. Just because…

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    states have increased the minimum driving age. Our state is now considering raising it as well I think it should not be raised because driving is important from your teenage years on ,and it is our right to be able to learn and to drive at sixteen. To begin, you can learn alot from driving at sixteen. Studies have shown that the younger you are when you learn something ,the easier you learn it and more likely to remember it. Also if you start driving at sixteen you will have people…

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    and the reason for that is driving” (Feiler 1). At 16 and 17, many teens begin to drive or learn how to drive, but their own inexperience can pose serious dangers to themselves and other drivers; driving regulations are in place for this reason, although they can be a nuisance to the teen drivers. To avoid these pesky regulations, many people chose to wait until they are of an age where the restrictions no longer apply to them. To protect them and other drivers, teen driving regulations are…

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    raise the driving age to eighteen. The driving age should not be raised. It should not be raised because sixteen is a good age to start driving. You're old enough to have an job at this age so you should be able to have a license to make sure you can be self reliant getting to work or anywhere else without relying on someone like parents or any other family members. You have all these stereotypes for teen drivers but that should not be the final view on all teens when it comes to driving.…

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    practiced driving for at least 50 hours.” (ct.gov) All they can think about is driving and the freedom that come with driving. For many teens, driving is the first step to being adult because they have freedom to do almost anything they want. They go visit their friends, go to the mall, go get food, and drive to work. Learning how to drive and getting your license is the most important thing for a teenager. But many teens fail to think about the responsibilities and consequences of driving.…

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    adolescents, should the driving age be raised? Presently the minimum driving age in the United States is 16 years old. Some 16 year olds do lack the maturity and responsibility to drive, but the driving age does not need to be changed and maybe the driving course itself needs to be renewed. So young drivers will have no leeway for silly mistakes they may stumble upon, and give irresponsible teens the guidance they need to stay safe. When it come to teen driving in general, a broad…

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    Could you Imagine being told that you can not get your driver's licence because you GPA is too low? Passing a law to insure that teens with low GPA’s can not drive is a terrible idea. To start off who would even manage the millions of teens to see what GPA they have. Something else is how much would it cost for taxpayers? Finally, how many illegal drivers do you think would be on the road then? The first reason why not letting teens get their licence because of their GPA is wrong is, because…

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    If someone-while driving a car-makes bad decisions, is the driver's license to blame? No. If a teen has a fatal accident, does another teen that was not involved have their license suspended? Of course not, but those who think the driving age should be raised, are convinced that a person's age is relevant to this. Those who think this are basing their opinion on teens who have made bad decisions while behind the wheel of a car. They are labeling all teens before any teen drives or has an…

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    “52% of all crashes are made by 16 year olds.”One question that is being asked still today is “Are 16 year olds too young too drive?” On first glance people might say yes or no but i think that they shouldn't drive. I know 16 year olds shouldn't drive because 16 year olds get into more accidents that adults and their decision making side of the brain is still growing so they are not that great on the road. One of the reasons I think 16 year olds shouldn't drive is because They get into a lot…

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    say the driving age should be raised, some say that it should not be raised to 18. The driving age should not be raised. There is many way and reasons to prove it. This is why the minimum driving age should not be raised. (ADTSEA says increase of driving age is an overreaction)Robinson. Raising the driving age would decrease the amount of 16 year old drivers killed. It would do nothing to the total amount of teens killed in car wrecks. ( It is unfair to raise the driving age…

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