Did you know that , on average, two people die every day across the USA in vehicles driven by 16-year-old drivers. One in five 16-year-olds will have a reportable car crash within the first year. 18 year-olds should be able to drive because they are more mature, they have more experience, they can save lives. First, 18 year-olds are more mature. 18 year-olds compared to 16 year-olds have a more developed brain.
Driving Age Based on the article “Teen Drivers: Get the Facts” researchers have found that more than 2 thousand people in The United State of America between the ages 16-19 were killed because driving accidents, and more than 2 hundred thousand were injured and sent to the Emergency room because of the dangerous accident. Everyone can notice that the legal driving age is 18 in most of the countries around the world. Such as, in Switzerland, Spain, Kuwait, Poland, Portugal, Romania, and Bulgaria. On the other hand, Western African nation of Niger has the oldest legal age to have a driving license which is 23 years old.
Persuasive Writing 2: Part 4 Final draft ' ' As a teenager under 18 the effects of driving are usually more dangerous ' '.Raising the driving age to 18 would help in preventing car accidents. However,it also brings safety and experience.in this paper I will discuss the benefits of raising the driving age and the effects of not raising it.
Teens start driving or learning to drive when they’re sixteen. As teens then move on they get their license and start driving themselves places and start to become independent. Then teens turn 17 and their most likely in their senior year of high school and are looking at colleges and applying to some. Teens are preparing themselves for the next couple years of being independent and depending on themselves. Before you know it their 18, officially an adult and are ready to go into the real world.
Creating a world where you're not subjected to watching the death of your family member begins with the youth. Teenagers live in the moment but do not realize they are inexperienced so they "live their lives to the fullest" without thinking about what that may mean for others. Opening your eyes fearing in that instant that rapid moment that it is the end of your life. A teen may enjoy living in a good moment, but in any given second a moment of fun can become a tragedy. Not only must drivers ensure that their cars are being driven safely, they must take care of every life that sits there too.
Well. There goes another teen speeding. It looks like his desires are prioritized over the law, which are rules that each citizen has come into an agreement to obey once they have obtained their licence. Driving is an ability that citizens tend to misuse nowadays, especially at the teen or young adult ages of 16 to 21. Driving is not seen as an obligation, but a privilege that many do not recognize.
Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA) laws specify the age of when a person can buy or publicly drink alcohol legally. In 1984, the minimum legal drinking age was raised to twenty-one. Many college students attend parties where alcohol is present. They should be allowed to consume the alcoholic beverages with their classmates without having to worry about getting in trouble. Eighteen year olds are adults and should be able to make their own decision on whether or not they want to drink.
“A driver's licence is a key to independence and freedom. It allows you to get to work, study, sport, shopping, and go out with ease, yet it also puts you in the face of real danger on our roads.” (www.tacvc.gov.au) Driving is a privilege, but not a requirement. No one should abuse this right. There are many rules to follow on the road.
Every 15 minutes, a teenager dies due to drunk driving.(9) Austin Donovan Hall, now 18, lost control of the Chrysler convertible he was driving and smashed right into a tree and telephone pole, while driving 119 mph in a 35 mph lane.(7) He departed from an underage drinking party less than a mile away from where the incident occurred.(7) The vehicle then flew off the road hitting a tree and a light pole in the process.(7) Shawn Gangloff, age 15, was in the same accident.