Getting your driver 's license Getting your license is a cheer! parties are fun when you can drive here there! But you can 't drive if you had a beer! Always be sure to keep a spare! if you drive after a beer it will be hard to steer! it will scare you to see red’s and blue’s! And don’t forget to change the gear! Especially when you 've had booze! you may begin to get a tear! You will be in a cage just like zoo’s! don’t be afraid to take the test take your time have no fear! obey all signs and follow the don’ts and do’s! make sure you don’t hit a deer! when you get a license go around for a
Today well over 50% of the states in America have a “No Pass, No Drive” law, and these states are experiencing great success in terms of education. A “No Pass, No Drive” law, or NPND, is the official name for the law that requires students to pass with a ‘C’ average before driving. There is no better way to provide a strong reasoning behind the support of NPND legislation than to observe the effects in states that are currently happening. One of the biggest arguments against NPND is that it gives students on the verge of dropping out one more reason to go through with the decision. However, this argument is very flawed because NPND actually does the exact opposite. One study in Florida shows that “1,000 of the 4200 dropouts” who returned to
In the column “Driving while Stupid” Dave Barry, known for his writing humor, gives some examples of people who are committing unbelievably dangerous acts while behind the wheel of a vehicle. Barry used humor, as usual, in this short article to entertain the read while still getting his point across- that he has seen some crazy drivers and most of them are in Miami.
Do you think the minimum driving age should be raised? I agree with the state raising the driving age because of drivers under the age of sixteen is not ready for the safety of the road. It is a big responsibility to driving, and it is a big safety issue. You will need to think about the more accidents, being maturity, and they will need more practice behind the wheel. The state legislature is concern about safety, so they increase the driving age. The state should increase the driving age because the more accidents happening to young people. The more accidents are caused by drivers that are young and not ready to be on the road. Young drivers get in accidents by going fast down the road , and they should take their time instead of
The process of getting my driver's license was very long. First, I needed to complete 33 hours of driver's education. In this class, I learned all of the rules of the road and parts of the car. One part I particularly did not enjoy from the class was all the situations you could get yourself into from driving while intoxicated, not paying attention to the road, and texting while driving. Any of these things can cause horrific car accidents, and even death.
My first piece of advice is to get into the habit of preparing to fight a ticket. If you’re going to have any hope of fighting your speeding ticket, then, you need to know as much about the incident as any cop. If you’ve been driving for a few years, then, it can be pretty easy to let your thoughts wander from the here and now. If and when you get stopped, you need to be very aware of everything that happens before, during, and after you’re pulled over. Start developing some habits to
If you are pulled over under the suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol you will be given a roadside test. There is a blood alcohol limit in most states that you have to be under or you can be charged with a DWI. In addition to legal issues for your actions you will face the Department of Motor Vehicles suspending or revoking your driver 's license. If you refuse to take the test that
A standard driving assessment will give you the opportunity to demonstrate your overall driving ability. You can then take a disability driving assessment if required. The aim of this assessment is to determine your driving capabilities and the modifications or aids needed to help you drive safety and comfortably.
While fines and other penalties might be deterrents for driving while under the influence, the number one reason you should avoid it is the safety of yourself and those around you.
A way people can tell if it is safe for them to drive is if they test themselves with a breathalyzer first. The 24/7 sobriety program distributes millions of breathalyzers to the participants of their program. “Since 2005, the program has administered over seven million breathalyzer
In order to obtain a driver license, you must be at least 16 years old, hold a learner's permit for 12 months or age 18 (whichever comes first), have driven at least 50 hours with Learner's license (10 which need to be at night), provide a signed certification of minor driving experience form, have no moving violation convictions for one year since learner's date of issuance (or may have one moving violation as long as adjudication was withheld), and have passed the driving skills test.
The first law for drinking and driving in America did not come official until 1910 in New York (The History of Drunk Driving Laws in the U.S. • LifeSafer,1). The early DUI laws prohibited driving while intoxicated, but there was so set definition of what level of intoxication qualified as drunk driving (Olson, 1). Later on, California and other states followed the new law that New York set (.The History of Drunk Driving Laws in the U.S. • LifeSafer,1) Driving drunk is a big risk factor that people do not pay attention to. Some think that drinking and driving is okay, however, the consequences are horrific.
According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency, alcoholism is the number one addiction in America with 17.6 Million or 1 in 12 people suffer from the addiction (NCADD, 2015). Along with the addiction comes irresponsible choices, the most notable is Driving under the Influence (DUI), this is the same as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). In response to the prevalence of DUI/DWIs and alcohol related crimes in today’s society, local governmental systems have decided upon creating DUI courts.
The rate of driving accidents has been increasing day by day and one of the most common reasons for most of these accidents is the drunk driving. Drunk driving or driving when your body is intoxicated can be very dangerous not only for your life but for the life of others around you too. That is one of the main reasons why state has set such strict laws against the drunken driving.
Since the early 2000 's, cell phone related car crashes have increased in number. Talking, texting, or merely glancing at a cell phone while being behind the wheel is a dangerous distraction while going 70, 50, or even 20 miles per hour. This is why I think that driving while using a handheld cellphone should be illegal. Talking on a cellphone is just as dangerous as texing, though some motorists would disagree, saying that talking on a cellphone is not as dangerous as texting, but they are very wrong. When a driver is concentrating on a conversation, they pay less attention to what is going on around them in favor of the voice in their ear. This can result in being rear-ended, sideswiped, driving off the road and ending up in a ditch,