“Only the good die young,” is an aphorism that most have heard, but why is it that the leading cause of death in young people is vehicle accidents? The fact of the matter is that teens, for many reasons, are involved in more fatal crashes than any other age group. Teen driver safety, or the lack thereof, is very problematic in the state of Missouri; teens die senselessly every day due to this problem, and most cases could be prevented if people simply became more knowledgeable. There is a staggering amount of teen deaths every year in Missouri, and the leading cause is car crashes. There are eight broad categories that attribute to this factoid.
Hauling a load of stuff doesn’t make it any better, depending on how much you bring depends how much you pay the cop to keep him off you. If you do not pay him he could easily give you a ticket for something you didn’t do. Not only is the police system corrupt but so are the actual tolls that are posted up. These tolls are located everywhere and can get expensive. They are in every exit to a city and little small ranches.
One of the biggest ones was the sale of alcoholic beverages. The price of liquor was 24% but when prohibition happened it rose to 700%. That made the mobs profit about 600% just because of prohibition.it made people jobless. It even made federal taxes decrease a conseteritable amount. Most states relied on alcohol excise taxes for their budgets.
The problem with drinking and driving is that people are unaware on how easily accidents can happen. Most of the time it isn 't the drunk driver that gets injured, it is the innocent people that are just driving home or to work, those are the people that are either hospitalized or much worse. "Every day about 800 people are injured in a drunk driving crash". Accidents happen every day; most people just do not realize how much they have drank or are too selfish to call a cab and ended up getting arrested or causing a car accident. "Every 2 minutes, someone is injured in drunk driving crash.
But take a look at these statistics. 50% to 75% of people who have been convicted of drunk driving still drive with an expired license. (Johnston) When we think about drunk driving, we think about teens. Teens are not the only ones who drink and drive but they are mostly the ones who make the wrong choices when it comes to drinking. One reason why teens drink and drive is because of peer pressure.
Cause the businesses the gamble on the defends they choose. Nationwide, about 62% of people in jail are not serving time they’re just waiting for justice to be served in their case. I can't believe that the numbers are so high and that there is no one that can help those mothers, fathers, grandmas, and more. I feel that it is breaking the 8th amendment because for that person $500 is excessive. That $500 is probably their only money they have to spend on bills.
Speed limits are vital to ensure people’s safety, both the driver’s and surrounding pedestrians.The most common cause of road accidents are because of speeding. The higher speed increases the chance of an accident. Enforcing speed limits may help prevent accident that occur on roads. Statistics show the Each year over 700 people are killed in crashes involving someone exceeding the speed limit. (RoSPA, 2012) According the WHO, For every 1km/h reduction in average speed, there is a 2% reduction in the number of crashes.
INTRODUCTION/HISTORY 33561, that is the number of road related fatalities that have occurred in the United States in the year 2012 alone. This number pales in comparison to that of China’s, its numbers coming in at a chilling 275983 fatalities. The worldwide trend of road fatalities is growing at an extremely rapid rate, this places pressure on companies and governments to come up with a solution to slow down the rate of fatalities and potentially even one day end all road fatalities. Ask any person and they would most likely tell you the reason behind such high numbers of road accidents is simply: bad drivers. These people are not wrong, humans are not perfect creatures, putting us in a fast moving object is bound to cause problems sooner or later.
. . one wonders why police departments devote so much of their resources to enforcing prostitution laws," the study says.’ LAURIE BECKLUND (Los Angeles times, 1987) The study also talks about the amount of time cops spend on this crime instead of focusing on more dangers crimes wasting a lot of money and effort for a victimless crime Estimates has put the yearly income of prostitution to be in excess of 150 billion dollars every year, which a considerable measure of them is paid as tax to the state legitimizing prostitution. as for other states where it’s not legalized no tax which could spare the nation a ton of cash to be used on more vital projects that could help in the long run end the reasons that lead individuals into such
Recent statistics show the most drivers who are caught speeding or involved in automobile accidents are under the age eighteen. This is because the drivers have no responsibility and cannot handle the task of driving a car. By raising the driving age to eighteen, it would give these teens more time to mature before getting behind the wheel. For the safety of our teens we need to raise the unrestricted legal driving age to eighteen years