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  • How To Get A Driver's License In Jordan Essay

    How to get a driver’s license in Jordan Getting a driving license is one of the most major landmarks in someone’s life. Some people may feel freedom and independence once they get a driving license; they no longer have to ask for rides or take public transportation, and they have the ability to go to wherever they want whenever they want to. The process of getting a driver’s license can vary between different countries; this essay will explain for getting a driving license in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. To apply for a driver’s license in Jordan, the applicant must be 18 or older. The application process takes place in a DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles), which is a government agency that administers vehicle registration and driver licensing.…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay On Driver's License

    Everyone has certain events in their life that they believe marks their passing into adulthood. Some aren’t remembered, like the first steps, first words, or becoming potty trained. Others are in the back of one’s mind, like the first day of highschool, college, or a new job. Even more are personal, like the first kiss, first girl or boyfriend, when one got married. One very recent hurdle I jumped to reach the goal of life was to get my driver’s license, but first I had to pass the dreaded…

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  • Elderly Age Should Be Able To Drive Essay

    drive to work every weekend. Being able to drive saves everyone time. Driving is a privilege that citizens of the United States can do. Driving is something that many people take advantage of. Being able to drive makes getting to a place a lot faster and easier than walking or even riding a bike. Because driving is a privilege, individuals can lose their privilege of driving. However, elderly people should not be excluded from having a driver’s license because of their age if they pass the…

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  • My First Driving Experience Essay

    driving lesson she had with Rey always ended in an argument. One of her friend even recommended her to go to a driving class, if she really wanted to learn fast. However, Rey was so confident to teach her. Finally, Rey gave her the go signal to take her driver’s test. Many people whom she knew and they took the driver’s test said, “Passing a driver’s test was hard”. She was very nervous when she took her first driving test. The woman in charged looked super strict. She told her to take out…

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  • Should Adolescents Be Considered Adults Essay

    considered adults? Adolescents should be considered adults at the age of 18, which means that they should have received all their rights by the age of 18. Teenagers have earned all of their adult responsibilities by the age of 18, except drinking. According to Edgar Snyder, a lawyer graduated from Pennsylvania University and University of Pittsburgh School of Law, there are 11 million underaged drinkers in the United States. Snyder also states that one-third of all the deaths of people from…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Driverless Vehicles

    Sometime in the next fifteen years, everything will change. Today, receiving a driver’s license is a big ordeal, teens must go through hours of lectures and take a rigorous driving test to receive their license. Soon, cars being led only by technology will roam the streets while their passengers text, read, or sleep. Google has predicted that by around 2020 their automatic cars will hit the market. (Luckerson) Some people are opposed to this idea however, as they believe it is unsafe to let…

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  • 15-Student Athletes Research Paper

    The current use of 15-passenger vans to transport sports teams has become a common practice and the most popular method of transportation for colleges and universities for teams with fewer participants and keeps travel costs to a minimum. As an administrator of an athletic department, your primary objective would be to ensure the safety of the students while traveling to sporting events along with the liability of the college or university. Policies and procedures must be established,…

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  • Persuasive Driving High School

    me that I will remember forever. One of them is that car accidents have the highest death toll amongst teenagers and the other is that people go through the GLS program (Graduating License System) and act like they never went through it. Both of these important phrases continued to stick in my head even after the class was over. Not because…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Safe Driving

    Driving takes skills such as good eyesight, concentration, safety skills, and judgement. There are many challenges to getting a driver’s license, and teenagers are not as inclined to get a driver’s license anymore because of inexperience with driving and more challenging driving conditions. The road test is also more demanding, and driving education and the price to insure a teenager gets more expensive every year. Parents also play an important role into whether their child decides to start…

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  • Raising The Driving Age To 18 Essay

    Cars are a common sight among our daily lives. They allow you to get to work and to other social events that would be hard to get to otherwise. Teens also need cars in order to get to places that would be hard to reach without their assistance. Another thing that would mean a harder time for teenagers to get to places they need to be are graduated driver’s licenses (GDLs). They need to be able to drive in order to get to places such as band or sports practice, a job interview, or just go hang…

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