Driver's education

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  • Driver's Education Scholarship

    Driver’s Education Scholarship There are many reasons why I believe that I deserve the $200 Driver’s Education Scholarship. I had to pay for driver’s ed myself, and the money that was used to pay for it was not given to me. Drivers ed cost me $450, and this summer I had to work 45 hours to earn the money for drivers ed. I did yard work for two different people. One person that I did yard work for, during the summer I mulched their flower gardens, and I also have raked for them, and I did whatever they needed me to do outside. The other person that I do work for is more elderly, so I did work outside, and I also did any odd jobs that she was not able to do. I was not given the luxury of having drivers ed paid for me, and I will not have a…

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  • Should Teenage Drivers Be Required To Make Driving Safer?

    Teenagers in this generation will get behind the wheel of an automobile and assume that they know all aspects of driving a vehicle. It should be mandatory that teenage drivers take a driver's education class to make driving safer. First, Teenage drivers are easily distracted and have short attention spans. Technology is a factor in teenage distraction during driving. Teenagers spend most of their time on social media. Cellular devices are taking the attention of teenage drivers; the use of…

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  • Why Do Teenagers Need Speed Demons?

    Speed Demons Imagine a teenager announces that she passed her written test and received her driver’s permit. An experienced driver’s first reaction is to tell the teenager to announce when she will be on the road so they can stay off of it. When teenagers first become participants in the driving world, they favor speed; as a result, few people trust them. Teenagers are not mature enough to take on the road at 15 ½, because of this, an increase in the minimum age required to receive a learner’s…

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  • Essay On Fear Of Driving

    One teen I know of who doesn’t have a driver’s licenses and who is absolutely scared out of her mind to drive, wants to eventually overcome her fear of driving and get her license. The one teen I know of is me, I’m 19 and don’t have my driver’s licenses. I have gotten in the driver’s seat before and driven places but knowing I could put not only myself but anybody in the car with me in a lot of danger, scares me. Some of my family members have gotten in one or more car accidents in my lifetime…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Drag Racing

    Drag racing has a long history. In Utah it started in 1925 on the salt lake flats. Now it has evolved into a legitimate sport. Rocky Mountain Raceways is a great place for racers to practice their drag racing skills and to impress other racers. It has many great traditions, but is lacking in being overly cautious, inefficient and could do with some improvements ( People have to be 18 or older with a legal valid license in order to race in the Rocky Mountain…

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  • Monitoring Young Drivers

    First, they must take driver’s education if they are 14 ½ years old. Students enroll in these classes after school. To go to the next step students must pass the Driver’s Education test which includes a driving test. The second step is to get a learner’s permit at age 15 that allows the student to drive from 5 am to 9 pm only. The student can only drive with an adult who has had his or her license at least five years. The student and adult must wear seat belts and not use cell phones. After…

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  • Essay On Lane Splitting

    of a rear end collision. Motorcyclists are already difficult to see due to the size of the vehicle, however visibility improves when in the area of a side mirror. Large vehicles such as trucks, and SUVs’ are less likely to see a motorcycle through the center rear view mirror opposed to a side view. This gives drivers more situational awareness and will provide necessary information to adjust as needed. Considering drivers might be concerned about the dangers, there are ways to implement…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life As A Driver

    From what I remember, getting my license was one of the most intriguing moments in my life. It amazed me how a piece of plastic would change my life drastically. It now meant that I was a member of society, where I was to abide rules and follow them respectively. Having a driver’s license, in my eyes, meant that I would need to drive perfectly in order to keep safe. I confessed to myself that if I wasn’t the perfect driver, I would stroll on the road to failure. Without a doubt, having skills of…

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  • Informative Essay: Enforcing The Law On Teen Drivers

    safety hazard, and they are but we need to find a solution to make our roads safer. Most kids these days are always distracted while driving and cause many accidents. As the citizens of this nation we should want a to make our streets a safe place and not some place for teenagers to be driving all around it. Why would we want to put ourselves in danger when we have the power to put an end to it. Teens have a very high percentage of car crashes than any other age, so why not raise the age of…

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  • Importance Of Safe Driving

    The excitement that a driver’s license brings to a teenager is one of the few things that hasn’t changed over the years. To teens, driving brings a sense of freedom and independence, it boosts self-esteem, and makes one feel grown up. However, teenagers have less experience, maturity, and driver training than most adults. Therefore, more teenage drivers are involved in car crashes every year and more are being killed. The number of teenage deaths is increasing because teenagers are immature and…

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