An Essay on Increasing the Driving Age to 18

            Persuasive Essay on Increasing the Driving Age to 18.

             Driving is a tremendous responsibility.

             have rigorous driving tests to make the roads safe for others. However I.

             think most teenagers aren't ready to accept these responsibilities. I.

             think the minimum driving age for Kansas should be eighteen. This is.

             because many students go to parties and get intoxicated as a result. The.

             school also provides a safe system of transportation, and some teenagers.

             think they are immortal.

             When many teenagers go to parties, they might be pressured to do.

             things they might not normally do. Drinking alcohol is one example of this.

             Once you are under the influence of alcohol your abilities to drive.

             deteriorate. In this state, you hurt yourself, or even worse you might.

             injure someone else. Many teen deaths result each year from intoxicated.


             Driving your own car to school is not an absolutely necessary. This.

             creates more risks, and more possibilities for a teenager to become.

             involved in an accident. The county provides an entirely safe bussing.

             program. Students can be picked up in the morning, then returned home in.

             the afternoon. I think more students should take advantage of this.

             When you are a teenager, it is said you feel immortal. This may.

             hold true in some instances. Students might approach a stoplight, and.

             decide to race the engine, when next to another classmate. Or races might.

             ensue, that endanger the student and, the other citizens on the roads.

             This is not to say, that I wasn't really excited about receiving my.

             license. Some people just aren't ready though. So for the.

             well being of everyone, I believe the driving age should be pushed back to the.

             age eighteen. At which the student is more ready to accept their new.

             found responsibilities. .




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