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Is it time to relax our concerns about teenage drinking and driving?

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  • No, it kills children.

    No, it is not time to relax our concerns about teenage drinking and driving, because teenage drinking and driving is one of the leading ways that young people die. Young people are not developed enough mentally to appreciate the consequences of their actions. The innocent passenger with them could be the one that dies. No, there is no reason to relax concerns about teenage drinking and driving beacuse it is so dangerous and causes so much harm.

  • No, it is not time.

    Recently in the news a thirteen year old ran over a six year old in a car while drunk and high. I don't believe we should begin relaxing our concerns about teenage drinking and driving when we still have major problems when these two things mix. Lowering the drinking age would be foolish.

  • It is not time to relax our concerns about teenage drinking and driving.

    Teenage alcoholism is very dangerous and we should not relax our concerns about it. If teens start the bad habit of drinking and driving, they could get into accidents and hurt themselves or others. We should educate the youth in order to protect them from this dangerous trend that might affect them.

  • No, it is a serious problem.

    No, it is not time to relax our concerns about teenage drinking and driving, because it is a serious problem that kills a number of young people each year. Continued vigilance and attention to the problem is critical if people are to continue to prevent deaths. The penalties should be greater, because if children are not punished, they will act the same way for the rest of their lives.

  • It's still a problem

    It will never be time to relax about teenage drinking and driving. Teenagers are notoriously known for getting into accidents and make risky choices. Teenage drinking and driving is still a big problem and one that we should focus on with demonstrations and education to help them make good decisions.


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