Should high schoolers be given cars to drive from their parents or another person?

  • Kids should have cars.

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  • Yes but no

    Yes having a car may be helpful when you need to go somewhere or to hang out with friends. Though since many are awaiting their 16th birthday they may still be irresponsible. Especially since many parties occur and drugs and many other reasons. I also said yes but no depending on the person. If the person is responsible and doesn't go to a party and get high and drunk and then drives then they should be allowed a car. I think it ends up being the choices the person makes and that effecting whether the person should drive a car or not.

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