How To Drive Persuasive Essay

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We have all come together to vote on several bills that were introduced to the Parliament last week. Speaking on behalf of myself, I voted that the bill for impaired driving to be harsher to pass. I voted upon this law since I believe drinking and driving is one of the biggest cases out there that have an affect on people the most and there should be more consequences if you decide to go against the law. The current law states that there are 3 offenses; In first offense you will face penalties that includes a mandatory alcohol education or treatment program. You will have a 1 year minimum requirement to drive a car equipped with an ignition interlock device and you you will face no jail time but will pay a $1000 fine with your license suspended for a year. In a second offense you will face penalties that include a mandatory alcohol education or treatment program. You will have a 3 year minimum requirement to drive a…show more content…
With the next big population after the baby boom, there is many teenagers doing underage drinking. That is already a crime itself, but harming others and yourself adds on to why the punishments should be much ascetic. We need to stop the younger generation before they can create the mistakes that hurt everyone. As the generation is young they have much to look forward to; post secondary paths, jobs, family, etc. When the consequence involves a charge as large as murder, no one wants that on their permanent record as it affects their future ability to retain jobs or enter certain programs in the future. Having larger penalties will make especially teenagers rethink their decisions since they have a long way to go, so why risk it and not call a taxi instead? The young generation is also growing and they are moving on to the road. Even if the teens aren’t drinking and driving there can be others driving impaired which is putting the risk to our younger generation which are the future for our

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