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    Driving Theory Test

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    The theory is something that driving test prospects have to comprehend and show a suitable understanding needed to be a safe motorist on the roadway. The DVSA has begun withdrawing access to the questions bank in order to stop individuals from simply memorising to pass the theory test which is typical from my experience with student motorists. The tests will not be harder, however will support DSA 's objectives to move prospects away from learning concerns and responses by rote and to their…

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    Assignment 3-Problem Exists Standardization of Regulations Regarding the Use of Cell Phones while Driving Introduction A large number of accidents on roads result from reckless driving practices. The most notable and destructive among such careless activities is the act of driving while taking conversations on the cell phones (Weller et al., 2013). That has caused deaths that could get avoided if more caution and consideration were made by the drivers involved. The primary focus of this…

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    Distracting While Driving

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    I am tired of hearing about people dyieing because someone was driving while on a cell phone. Some people believe that using a cell phone while driving is okay, while others disagree. Except for emergencies, cell phones should be illegal while driving because they are distracting, they put others in danger, and wastes community resources. Cell phones are distracting.“Only 5% of cellphone-related crashes occur because the driver is texting. The majority of the accidents involve drivers distracted…

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    Knowing how to drive can be so much helpful, but is not always easy or comfortable. Driving in the winter or in the summer can be hard to deal with. Both of the seasons have their own cons or pros, things everyone has to deal with. Both of the seasons have a very particular climate that can make it hard to drive. Driving in the summer is not that bad as driving in the winter, but is still a challenge. The weather is just not good if you are not properly prepared. As everyone knows, summer has…

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    Teen Driving Influence

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    and I was going to need some help. Now I have had eleven months of driving experience and have yet to go through a wreck of my own cause. However learning to ride a bike and drive a car are both learned…

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    Correct Driving Skills

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    limitations are needed! The limitations put on New drivers Are both benificial and necessary.Why? Because they allow them to learn correct driving skills and gain knowledge about driving, gives them more experience, and helps with their saftey. Correct driving skills are half the battle if you learn it correctly you are on the first step to success. The other half is knowing what stuff does in, on and around the car. So since we want knowledge than what is actually driver's ed? According to…

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    Pros Of Driving To School

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    convenience, but what if it was banned? Although you had the ability to drive, you were now restricted five days during the week because of school. This convenience is too beneficial to take away from high school students. Driving to school encourages students to practice their driving skills and gives them a sense of responsibility. This becomes important during and after college. Having a license means that you can drive from point A to point B. Although some students can be cocky, they learn…

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    customers. The life style products consist of a self-driving automobile, Google deodorant, and Google brain. The self-driven car can benefit the social atmosphere of a person through a safe, enjoyable, hands free experience. Google deodorant gives males an alternative to fulfilling their co-existence with a woman. Google brain in its infancy shows promise in recognition of images in categories to make a search engine more efficient. Self-Driving Automobile Google’s automatic car utilizes the…

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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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    The Driving Age

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    unfortunately, you have to wait a couple of years to be able to legally drive. While it could cause parents a lot of worry, the driving age should be lowered to the age of fifteen because it would create more money for state governments, it could teach teens financial responsibility, and would allow more training and education for young drivers. The first reason that the driving age should be reduced to the age of fifteen is because many teens want to be involved in extracurricular activities,…

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