. S should lower its legal drinking age, like other European countries, I believe that young adolescents are not cognitively capable of making good choices. It was freedom, no need for mum or dad to take me places anymore. Someone who is eighteen can take responsibility for there own actions. When they are 16, they do not use their head that often so that is when they want to do want they want, and not obey the law. If the driving age is increased there would a be a fall in fatalities arising from motor car use. Without personal mobility, young people are restricted as to where they go and when they go.
I can also admit to being immature during high school as well as seeing a lot more immature teens. I would advocate this as a true example, that teenagers are indeed too immature and reckless to be given the responsibilities of driving. And learning to drive is one of the very first steps into adulthood. No matter at what age people start driving, they will have accidents because they have little experience. Interestingly enough, studies show New Jersey, which has a minimum driving age of 17, has a consistently lower number of teen driving fatalities.
And to generalise and say that 17 year olds are immature is wrong. Learning to drive is part of growing up. As adults, we should protect are children; there is nothing wrong with practicing driving but they should not be driving alone yet. For example, a parallel can be found in driving statistics for males versus females. I feel driving should be also one of those… Driving age should not be raised Vroom, vroom! That's why it would be more dangerous. But the thing is they keep you in a certain area until they reach a certain age.
Make sure your teenager is safe behind the wheel. This has lead to the ongoing debate of whether it should even be a consideration anymore. This includes limiting cell phone usage, number of passengers, radio volume, and the use of graduated licenses with stricter consequences for infringements. Another reason, teens text and drive and put themselves and other people in danger. These people are wrong because teenagers are not as irresponsible as they think. To help keep them accountable, consider installing a so you can see how they drive—and have conversations about how to improve their safety behind the wheel. Yes, many young drivers have accidents due to inexperience, but doesn't that mean that maybe instead they need more experience rather than this chance being delayed? Pros: Health and Development Health concerns factor into driving age debates.
They are also increasing their injuries. The oldest minimum age for driving is in New Jersey at 17 years old. So far since driving ages haven't gone up there have been a total of additional 32% and now stands at 66% of obesity in the whole United States. They believe that teenagers are immature, childish, indecisive and underdeveloped. Changing that, such as in New Jersey where the minimum age is 17, would likely save lives. The third thing why teens could be reckless while driving is because they are not responsible enough to be driving. Also, teenagers under the age of 18 are more mentally immature when it comes to making sound decisions on the road, which then leads teenagers to having one of the highest fatality rates involving automobiles.
It would be just as illogical to raise the driving age to 18 as to ban males from driving. Considering that we are only taught how to drive in the clear skies of the summer, they never prepare you for the harsh driving conditions. However, raising the driving age to 21 is rather a crude mechanism to raise some issues from young drivers. Only by carrying out the change will we be able to see if it works or not. If so, how high should we raise it? Surely it's worth restricting the freedom of young people in order to preserve their lives and the lives of others.
But I also know full well that I was not always safe in my ability to control the vehicle due to inexperience. But what if the parents have a job? When many teenagers reach the age of 15 ½ they are allowed to officially take their permit test to receive their permit for driving with an adult. Putting a sixteen year old male behind the wheel of a top heavy vehicle, adding two sixteen year old girls and one more male, subtract seat belts, and finally, let them travel fast; that's a common formula that almost always ends badly. They think that talking to their friends is more important than their own lives. Many teenagers have away from home outreaches or after school activities, and are unable to make it due to the law of not being able to drive. Raising the driving age, would ensure young drivers are more experienced and less prone to rash judgements which can put other road users at risk.
The death rate is higher among 16-year-olds in Connecticut, but higher among 17-year-olds in New Jersey. Teenagers need a chance to change others view on them as drivers and become more independent. National studies of graduated licensing found that strong laws were associated with substantially lower fatal crash rates and substantially lower insurance claim rates among young teen drivers covered by the laws. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Consider These Points Is age really the biggest factor to consider? Those rates, researchers said, have dropped even further since both states instituted graduated driver's license programs.
At 14 I was allowed on a small automatic two wheeler. Roads are not as safe as they used to be 50 years ago. While in the process of downshifting his Mustang, the young teen spun out of control across four lanes of traffic and was subsequently hit by an oncoming car. This depressant is commonly used for an abundance of reasons, it has the ability to help you lose sense of reality subsequently boosting one 's mood for a short-term. Even though teens show maturity, but that is not enough for a good driver, experience is the only key to safe driving.
The legal age to obtain driving license is 17 years. People need to grow up sometime. Though these rules are sometimes difficult to enforce, many states tie these more stringent standards to declining teen crash rates. Texting and driving at the same The big debate as to whether the legal driving age should be raised to eighteen is an ongoing issue. Global warming has become key issue all over the world, especially in more over-crowded counties and cities, due to higher volume of emissions being released into the air. In specific, this paper will focus on.