In recent discussions of whether or not to enforce tougher laws in order to stop texting and driving, a controversial issue has been whether or not to enforce the laws. On one hand, some argue that texting and driving really isn 't that dangerous. From this perspective, they think that this isn 't very dangerous because it is only for a quick moment. On the other hand, however, others argue that it is very dangerous and can bring great harm to people that are driving. For example, a statement that supports this would be that many people have died or have gotten seriously injured.
Many people would argue that implementing a curfew will eliminate all of the temptations teenagers have to face. In reality, however, there are many ways in which teenagers already break laws: abusing drugs, speeding, drinking alcohol, and even driving without a license. If teenagers are already breaking all of these, they will just find a way around the curfew as
Nearly 4,322 fatal crashes involving teen drivers. It’s distracting because if you’re driving your not paying attention and if your their phone goes off the driver may look at it for a split second. Then in an instant the driver could hit another car and then get seriously injured. Due to the fact when people are texting, calling or doing something on their phone they are breaking the law. The U.S. Department of Transportation are finding people
According to Habeeb Akande, “The more you overthink, the less you will understand.” People believes that drugs are dangerous, so they try not to get involved with drugs, albeit omission. Everyone distanced themselves from drugs because they are horrified, yet superficial understands what narcotics are. Legalizing drug will make people acknowledge the true form of the hazardous substances—understand the reasons to be aware of drugs—and the peaceful method to live with it. With this, civilian will receive more protection including the diminution of crimes, pragmatic regulation, and guaranteed health care. Legalizing drug will help in decreasing the crime rates.
If Mill had his say about this argument he would not oppose limiting the liberty of choice when it comes to Mandatory Vaccination program for two main reasons that are presented in his Liberty Principle. First, the fact that not being vaccinated may well cause harm to others, children who did not meet the age for their vaccination, as it was claimed by physicians in the PBS documentary. The second reason is the fact that most of these vaccinations are given to children who are clearly not adults. According to his theory, he is against limiting liberties given to sane adults. Mills Liberty serves as a good guide in this moral issue, it can help one critically think about their stand on mandatory vaccination.
Even more than alcohol and drug abuse, violence and suicide”. Teens are always excited to earn their license and drive out on the road for the first time, but not every time will be a success, it might also be their last. I believe that teen’s cause more car crashes because they’re new to driving and don’t know the full responsibilities to the rules of the road. There are many different scenarios that lead to car wrecks, injuries and even deaths, such as texting while operating a vehicle, under the influence, and general lack of knowledge. Texting and
Many high school parties are filled with alcohol and other drugs, and if under the influence, driving becomes dangerous for themselves and everyone else on the road. Driving under the influence is also illegal and the cause of many deaths every year. The curfew would prevent many teenagers from going and partying while also keeping themselves safe from the driving under the influence. The opposition of the curfew believes that the curfew only interferes with the busy lives of teens who have late extracurricular activities. It is believed by them that this would only ruin their productivity and negatively affect their lives.
second of all they allow themselves to do many things like change the radio, Listen to loud music, Peer pressure. “Many young drivers specifically 16 year old drivers receive their permit and license and go crazy with it”. I seen in many movies and TV shows when many teens on the TV overly excited about their license and blow it off by disrespecting the rules on the road by making their own rules which makes them go out of control on the road and lose control and i also see that young drivers act wild when they are under pressure with other drivers or associates to do stunts, race, diss obey the law and rules on the road that leads to many bad scenarios where the driver ends up hurt, dead, or paying for a ticket which most of the time they are hiding from parents. on the negative side some believe that its not the teens fault that they are peer pressured to do things they do but it say it clearly in the law for on road drivers that “you are responsible for anything that goes on in or outside of your vehicle” these are the people that claims they are responsible because they want to be able to drive. thats another reason why i believe the law should raise the age
There are multiple solutions to prevent drunk driving: Educate people about drunk, cut large fines and Prohibited drink alcohol in outside. First of all, People should be informed about the danger of drunk driving. Especially, The state needs to send the teachers to explain the damage of drunk . In that 's way, people can consciousness of drunk with driving and I think they can 't drink alcohol in driving. In addition, there should be lessons in schools about the dangers of alcohol,
There are several types of drug testing and these are: • Pre-employment Drug Testing It is the most common type of drug testing wherein it requires a candidate to undergo after a formal “Conditional Offer of Employment”. • Random Drug Testing Random drug testing prevents employee workplace drug abuse. It is considered as the most effective preventive measure to deter employees from involving themselves with drug simply because of the fear of losing their job if they are caught. This does not only increase their productivity, but it also helps them to adopt a healthier lifestyle. • Reasonable Suspicions Drug Testing This may be the most uncommon type of drug testing because not all companies may have even bothered to train their supervisors and managers on how to recognize indicators of employee drug use.
One reason is high risk at drinking, also known for high risks of accidents. My third opinion is because they go over the speed limit. Even though parents and others try to make their kids realize that they don’t need to drive, but they do anyway. The parents just want their kids safe so I wouldn’t mind them raising the age limit. First, although it may seem cruel to teens, raising the minimum driving age would allow drivers to become better prepared.
Although lowering the legal drinking age might give teenagers a chance at enjoying alcoholic beverages, the consequences are not worth the temporary pleasure. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are short and long term costs of choosing to drink alcohol. The short term risks include: careless injuries, violence, unprotected sexual behavior, and alcohol poisoning. The long term risks include: heart and liver disease, cancer in multiple parts of the body, memory loss, depression or anxiety, and alcohol dependence (www.cdc.gov). Raising the legal drinking age will provide safer roads and less damage to the consumers and their fellow peers.
Drug testing is very effective many studies in the past has shown that students reported using drugs had use it less and less, and they also found out that students who did use drugs for sports have a good accurate chance they will use it in their future lives in a sport career. Now some may argue that is not necessary for students to have a drug test just for joining a club, I understand the disbelief in parents when they see this but drug testing is for making sure no students are taking drugs. The test is also for helping out kids who secretly had drug abuse problem and so the policy just wants to help every students that is possibly in danger of drug
One issue that is emphasized in the article is when at water balloon fight at a high school went down as a senior prank, eight students were arrested and two dozen police officers came to the campus. Students are being arrested for spit balls, temper tantrums, and other childish things that kids are expected to do at that age. In the past the education system would discipline the students with detention or something similar, but now the police officers are actually arresting students for very small things. Another issue that is emphasized is the discrimination against the colored. The article says where most of the students are black they have the highest percentage in the country to have police officers in the school.
Before teens leave home, parents can be sure they have a solid driving history that they can be comfortable with while gaining valuable experience. Parents can regulate gas money and driving restrictions to encourage good habits. Lawmakers should not raise the minimum driving age. Doing so would cause travel issues among families. Teens have outside obligations that require driving to various locations.