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    More than 5,00 U.S. teens die every year in car crashes, the number one killer of that age group. People are trying to decide: should the driving age be changed to 18 instead of 16? Countless people believe that yes, those teenagers are not capable of taking on that responsibility. Most, however, have the right idea. 16-year-olds should drive as parents should not need to chauffeur their kids around, and it'll only cause the problem to be given to the 18-year-olds. Graduated licensing is a much better option to supply youth with superior driving skills before being set on their own. For starters, changing the driving age would be difficult for both teenagers and parents as both lead busy lives. In "States Urged to Raise the Driving Age," it says that plenty parents agree that learning to drive is a piece of growing up, and they enjoy not having to chauffeur their children to school and anywhere else they might be headed. Nearly all of the time both parents have jobs and don't have time to drive their kids around everywhere.…

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    Legal Driving Age

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    For many teenagers obtaining their driver’s license is the first initial step of becoming an adult, but while having their license, do these teenagers drive responsibly? Many political and public figures question the ability to drive at the age of 16 causing many of these figures to wonder if the minimum driving age should be changed from 16 to 18. Statistics have shown one of every five 16-year-olds will be in a severe motor vehicle crash within two years of getting their license and that…

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    Have you ever drove with your parent? Was it fun to steer the wheel or park the car? Have you ever wanted to drive on your own car without someone controlling the brake and gas pedal? If 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…

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    Growing up most kids can’t wait until they turn sixteen so they can get their driver license. It’s even a dream to most teens and to take that away would be a world of terror. After reading both articles “Should the Driving Age Be Raised to 18?” and “Do Teens Need Graduated Licenses?” I can explain the different opinions on why teens shouldn’t get a license or drive at sixteen and if teens should go though a program called “Graduated Driver License” to keep lives safe and reduce car accidents…

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    Teenage Driving Essay

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    How can Teenagers be Convinced to Drive More Safely? Turning sixteen years in the lives of teenagers is an exciting moment. At this age, they are able to acquire a driver’s license, and it is a milestone towards adulthood (Moreno 592). At this juncture, they have the control as well as the freedom they never experienced before. The higher freedom could, however, be a recipe for more evil than could if not well utilized. For instance, on several occasions, people have blamed teenage deaths to…

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    “Driving is a Privilege, Not a Right.” Driving is not a constitutional right. People get their driving licenses based on their skills and if they can drive safely. This actually causes some problems. How about teenagers who are just 16 years old? It is hard for them to follow the traffic rules every time. This also means Teenagers like them are easy to fail to demonstrate this abilities.However, someone said there are plenty of benefits of letting teenagers start driving at 16 years old. In my…

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    Sixteen year old drivers aren’t the safest drivers on the road. Why should we decrease the legal driving age to fourteen? We shouldn’t! Evidence shows us that at the age of 14, the frontal lobe is developing, and traits such as maturity and responsibility are lacking. The legal driving age should not lower to fourteen. Sixteen years olds are, generally, more mature than fourteen year olds. Fourteen year olds, including myself, are more likely to swerve because of a bug hitting the windshield.…

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    The driving age should be bumped up to the age 18 because they'll have more time to learn the rules of the road, gain more experience, and be more aware of driving in general. This would not only be helpful to the new drivers, but also for all the current drivers out there. Before teens could even think about going behind the wheel, they have to hit the books on the multiple rules of the road. These rules have been developed and enforced around the country so that the highways, streets, and all…

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    Thousands of drivers die every day. Many people say that the most common age group that get in wrecks with vehicles are teens. I believe that the legal driving age should not be changed to 21 because teens develop responsibilities while they drive, they also become more independent allowing them to not have to rely on their parents to drive them everywhere, not changing the legal driving age also allows teens to gain more experience and develop their driving skills so they can transition into…

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    Driving Age Restrictions

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    Driving is something everyone will have to do in their lifetime. To make the experience safer, states implement new restrictions and laws. Raising the minimum driving age are one of the approaches states take to defend the live of drivers. The Restrictions and laws already set for teen drivers effectively make them safer, demonstrating there is no need to lower the minimum age. Over the years, new courses and restrictions that specifically target sixteen and seventeen years olds have…

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