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The legal driving age should be raised. I think that the requirements should at least be 18 years old and a high school graduate because most of the 16 years old do not have the maturity to drive. Most of them in high school are still reckless and dangerous behind the wheel.
Yes, the legal driving age should be raised. Insurance companies have tried so many programs to try and keep young drivers safe and aware, but in spite of their efforts, sixteen and seventeen year old drivers have more accidents and fatalities than any other age group. By raising the legal driving age to eighteen, teenagers may then be more mature and able to handle driving responsibilities maturely and safely.
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Some teens may be blocks heads, but some aren't. It is unfair to the teens that can follow the rules of the road. Raising the legal age will help lower the amount of crashes, but it will also raise the amount of underage drivers. Also, some teens need to drive to get to work, school, and other activities. They're parents work too, so they can't always transport them.
I do not believe the driving age should be raised. I think the current age requirements have functioned well in society. Accidents will never be eliminated, but that doesn't mean teenagers shouldn't get to drive. I think it is smart to limit their driving, but I don't think it is smart to take it away all together.
No, I do not believe that the legal driving age should raised. If a teen has proved that he or she is capable of operating and motor vehicle, then they should be able to do so. Some adults do not know how to drive, but no one questions whether they should continue to drive. Earning their drivers license is a right of passage for many teens and that should not be taken away.
While the legal driving age doesn't need to be raised, tweaks need to be made with regards to the requirements. Acquiring a license in most states is far too easy and requires a maximum of two simple tests. States need to make their written and driving tests more difficult because not everyone deserves to drive.
The longer something is forbidden, the more young people want to try it. Raising the drinking age doesn't make sense because it will cause more drunk driving accidents at younger ages. Having three to five years of driving experience is enough before someone takes up drinking. The trick is to get drunk driving education at an early age so drivers don't try to get behind the wheel when their judgment is impaired.
Most people learn to drive when they're still in high school for a reason. It becomes more and more difficult when you get older to go through the process of getting your license. Kids have the opportunity to go through school-run driving instructor programs and other things that make the process easier.
No, the legal driving age should not be raised. Most kids need a license to get to work which they generally start when they are sixteen years old. They need to get to school and be independent from their parents. Raising the driving age would only hinder their progress and keep them from moving forward.
There are too many needs for 16 year-olds and up to need a drivers license - getting to work, to school, helping out with household requirements, that it could very easily put a significant hurt on those families that need that additional transportation assistance. I do feel however that there should be more significant restrictions of time, distance and clear notices on the vehicle for those that are still in a "training" mode.