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  • Yes it should

    I think laws should be stricter for tennage drivers. The reason why is because teenage drivers will drink or be driving drunk. They will also be texting while driving and or drive with no hands. Some teenagers are not responsible to drive because some of them are reckless driving without sence. So this is why I think laws should be stricter on teenage drivers.

  • Teens should have more strict rules.

    The laws for teenage drivers should be more strict. Teenagers haven't been driving as long as adults and are still learning. More strict rules would encourage safer driving habits and make it safer for them as well as other drivers on the road. It would give them a chance to learn and improve.

  • Yes they should

    I believe laws should be stricter for teenage drivers, I mean no one is a perfect driver but they should have to go to driving school all teenagers before they are allowed to get their drivers licesnse they are more likey to cause accidents and the person or persons die as a result.

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  • Good guidelines are universal

    Assuming all reasonable considerations are being taken into account and this example teenager is neither blind, nor brain damaged in some fashion that makes him in some way unique from the driving populace and insupportable as a driver, I argue that a good traffic guideline or law should purport to be universal, i.e. should pertain to and adequately govern all drivers who are otherwise legally eligible to be on road. Special considerations are band-aid fixes that do not address underlying complications of road travel. If a band-aid fix is being considered for teenagers (or more likely, the elderly) it should be investigated further to determine and remedy the underlying ripple for the benefit of all roadgoers. If it can be demonstrated that a portion of the driving populace are especially susceptible, above and beyond reasonable doubt, to a particular hazard, I would encourage policy makers to strongly consider penning a policy for all drivers, to establish a normative expectation of conduct and remove any potential for abuse through confusion. Moreover, if a portion of the populace is found susceptible such that the risk is credible, severe, and limited in scope only to that portion specifically, recommend removing that portion entirely from legal driving status through modifying universal definitions of legal eligibility.

  • Hell to the no

    Kids need freedom and what if someone was trying to rape or steal you? You could take a car and drive away!! It's safer and what if you wanted to run away from your abusing parents? Take the car and drive away. Kids need to also go places for their own good

  • No they shouldnt

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  • Yess I agree

    I agree because teenagers are careless on the road and don't look and watch for people and cars. This is something that should change so that we can have a better driving system. Teens wont listen to teachers in school after they graduate or get their license and that's final

  • If you're irresponsible, then it doesn't matter what age you are.

    Yes, teen drivers do tend to break the laws. 1.) That's not all teens. If you choose to be irresponsible, then it doesn't matter if you're 16 or 56. It's still the same choice. 2.) Most teens that get in accidents because they drive drunk. This is usually because teens have a very low tolerance to alcohol, because their bodies are still developing. Therefore maybe instead of putting stricter driving laws for teens, maybe you should institute stricter drinking and alcohol laws so they can't get it in the first place. 3.) The laws are already very strict. Fairly strict yes, but they don't need to be raised anymore. If teens are already breaking the laws in place as of now, then what's to stop them from just ignoring the new laws and regulations after they are instituted, along with the laws of now as they always have.

  • If you're irresponsible, then it doesn't matter what age you are.

    Yes, teen drivers do tend to break the laws. 1.) That's not all teens. If you choose to be irresponsible, then it doesn't matter if you're 16 or 56. It's still the same choice. 2.) Most teens that get in accidents because they drive drunk. This is usually because teens have a very low tolerance to alcohol, because their bodies are still developing. Therefore maybe instead of putting stricter driving laws for teens, maybe you should institute stricter drinking and alcohol laws so they can't get it in the first place. 3.) The laws are already very strict. Fairly strict yes, but they don't need to be raised anymore. If teens are already breaking the laws in place as of now, then what's to stop them from just ignoring the new laws and regulations after they are instituted, along with the laws of now as they always have.

  • Yo I'm saying no dawg

    My daddio is hecka cool and stuff and says dat there should be a nose dive in strict laws dawg. Yiggity yo my hizzy doe dawgs. Woooof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof daughter boys yiggity giggity yo mon like, mon mon , like oh no scooby doo wooooooooof!

  • No Teen should drive at 16!!! ;(

    I think this because teens should have the freedom to drive at an early age so they can become more inter-dependent and go out into the world prepared and when a teen start driving at 18 this could also interfere with there school or college. This is why i think teens should drive at 16.

  • No way hosay

    According to AAA foundation for traffic safety, adults are far more likely to text while driving rather than teens. Also, adults are much more likely to drink and drive and are more careless. Teens want to keep there licences and, when they do get drunk, they'll ask a friend to drive for them.

  • Should not be stricter

    They should not make teen driving laws any stricter because teens need to be able to drive themselves when parents or no one can give them a ride. They will miss school or work. Its even worse if they live far from the school or in a small town if they cant take the bus


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