CreateDebate


Debate Info

43
213
Yes no
Debate Score:256
Arguments:94
Total Votes:333
More Stats

Argument Ratio

side graph
 
 Yes (25)
 
 no (71)

Debate Creator

republican(69) pic



Should the driving age be raised to 18?

Yes

Side Score: 43
VS.

no

Side Score: 213
1 point

yes the higher the age the better, it will cut down on teenage deaths, make them more ready for being behind the wheel of the car. let them practice behind a battery power car! (joke) ha ha childs one.

Side: Yes
1 point

yes there are unsafe adult drivers out there as well. some are too old to be driving and some cant see over their steering wheels.

Side: Yes
1 point

or tell the teenagers if they wait until their 18 years old, then the goverment will pay for half of the driving lessons. that could be a fair arrangement. we only want the teenagers to be safe .

Side: Yes

Yes it would be unfaire but it could be alot safer for our roads. Teens like to text while driving. Im not saying raising the age would stop this from happening but it can mabey reduce it. This would also take more cars off the road which could reduce pollution.

Side: Yes
1 point

PROP:

A 16-year old Rock Hill High junior who was a passenger in a car driven by a 17-year-old died in a December crash.

A 10-year-old Clover girl died a few days earlier after the car driven by her 16-year-old sister was involved in a head-on collision.

A 15-year-old boy from York died in September after the car he was riding in - driven by a 16-year-old - crashed. according Herald online

Hello I’m Georgia and i will be speaking for the proposition side of this argument. Let me outline a few of the propositions main arguments. My first point is death rates for the drivers, passengers, victims, and the toll it puts on the families of them According to USAtoday.com Already, on average, two people die every day across the USA in vehicles driven by 16-year-old drivers. One in five 16-year-olds will have a reportable car crash within the first year.

and according to the National Highway Safety Administration More than 5,000 U.S. teens die each year in car crashes. The rate of crashes, fatal and nonfatal for 16-year-old drivers is almost 10 times the rate for drivers ages 30 to 59, says the huffington post The numbers i just read to you should make it beyond clear we as a country and state we need to take action. One study from the 1990s found that the rate of crash-related deaths among 16- and 17-year olds were 18 per 100,000 in New Jersey, compared with 26 per 100,000 in Connecticut. And since those states have

instituted graduated driver's license programs those numbers have been decreasing. –huffington post The impact behind this is lives being lost most of which are innocent in these car accidents. And accidents are exactly what they are we can however help prevent them by raising the driving age and having more time for the kids to have to drive only under adult supervision.

"The bottom line is that when we look at the research, raising the driving age saves lives,” Adrian Lund, president of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said. Secondly a teenager age 15-16 are not mentally ready to be behind the wheel which is proven above with the extraordinary number of car crashes and is now also scientifically proven. New findings from brain researchers at the National Institutes of Health explain why there is such a higher risk of teen driving accidents. It is "the executive branch" of the teen brain. That is the part that weighs risks, makes judgments and controls impulsive behavior. Scientists at the NIH campus in Bethesda, Md., have found that this part of the brain is not fully developed until age 25 But evidence states that a 16-year-old's brain is generally far less developed than those of teens just a little older. says USAtoday.com A few years can make a huge impact on the amount of people killed each year in car crashes. Parents and teens may be unhappy but these studies are clearly stating what is best for society. And in the long run lives will be saved which is what everyone wants. My final point is property damage. Thank you and once again I’m Georgia for the proposition side of this debate.

Side: Yes

I think it should. At 18, a person will be much more mature than at 16.

Side: Yes
1 point

Many young teens die every single day IN CAR ACCIDENTS!! Are you all just gonna stand there and let them die, each and every single one of them. We need to make an end to this and raise the driving age to 18.

Side: Yes
-3 points
-3 points
-3 points
8 points

SEVERAL REASONS WHY RAISING THE LEGAL DRIVING AGE WOULD BE A BAD IDEA:

1. it is the minority of teens who are unsafe drivers, and the majority should not be punished for this. maybe it should be harder to get a license at 16 but not made illegal

2. Many teens may have a need to drive at a younger age. mom and dad might both be working and the younger sibling needs to be picked up from daycare...or perhaps they are in extracurricular activities at school. should they not get an equal opportunity to be involved at school as the child whose parents are available to pick them up?

3. one study proved that at the age of eighteen the part of the brain required for driving is barely more developed than it was at 16.

4. Some argue that teens are more careless drivers because they are trying to show off. I think its the opposite. Many new drivers are more cautious because they're not as confident of their abilities. As opposed to an experienced adult driver who may be over-confident in their abilities.

5. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. is it not better for a teen to gradually begin learning from a younger age (when the need for them to drive may not be as frequent or prominent) than learning to drive at 18 when they will soon be off to college, needing to drive more often with less time to practice and less adult supervision?

6. the obvious argument that this is infringing upon a person's rights. does a 16 year old really deserve that many less rights than an 18 year old?

there are many other arguments for/against the raising of the driving age, but i thought these were some fairly valid points

(I'm 16 by the way and a very safe driver. never an accident, ticket, or even a missed curfew)

Side: No
6 points

This person is a genius! I completely agree with every part, especially the part about showing off. My friend drives me to school every day and she is a more cautious driver than any adult I have ever ridden with. I also have a point about having passengers in the car. I think that having people other than yourself in the car gives you more of a sense of responsibility, therefore raising your caution and awareness to hazards on the road.

Side: No
6 points

yes it is true that a lot of 16 well are no that brite but why to the ones that are! have to pay for that...!!! i am 17 and i have a 1year old bby. and i am so super save why cuz its true when u have ppl on bord u do have to b more carful, well that my also depend on who it is!! i have a older sister 22 (so that beets ur brian development fact) and she is so imicher she need to grow up!!but my point is we should only have to pay for are own mistakes not for what ather pople do!! i run a live like eny pople will someday i am married have my own place pay bills on my own! live a normal life eny 30yerold women would!! so why dus that make me diffrent or why do i have to by for unsave drivers yes i agree make them pay poot more cops out on the street! get them!! we dont expect perfection from the 35, 50yeraolds! so dont expect that to!! so if someday a cop stop me, im sorry but i bet some 30 year old somewhere got one to!!!!

Side: No
Wasup(2) Disputed
2 points

Instead of just letting you guys trying to find my other argument, I'll just copy and paste. Here ya go.

Motor-vehicle crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens, accounting for 36% of deaths of people 15 to 19, and 41% of deaths of 16-year-olds in 2000.

16-year-old drivers drove only 0.5% of vehicle miles nationwide, yet were 2.1% of all drivers in fatal accidents and accounted for 3.4% of all fatalities.

Now the reason for this is because there is a process that takes place in the brain called pruning. This process begins around the age of 12 and continues to develop till the age of 20. This is when your brain kills off an extra unneeded nerve in your brain that accelerated your RAW EMOTION and JUDGMENT SKILLS. Teens around 16 and 17 cannot process information fast enough and cannot recognize potential road hazards. They are also greater risk takers than an adult of 20. The final development of the brain is called myenilation. This is when your nerves are insulated and speed up the delivery of thoughts and information to the brain. No amount of experience can change the fact that...

YOUR BRAIN IS NOT READY TO DRIVE.

Plenty of teens read about the death stuff and say, "Aw that happens to everyone else. I'm too good of a driver to die."

But it happens nonetheless.

I'm 15 and that's why I think we should raise the age limit for a license to 18.

Side: yes
Wasup(2) Disputed
2 points

And for your number 3 argument, it is actually considerably more developed. Even if it wasn't (which it is) then we might just have to raise the driving age to 20. Whoa

Side: yes
2 points

Granted, these are exceptional kids — but the point’s not invalid: Experience and training probably mean a whole lot more than age — as such.

-National Motorist Association

The brain develops from ages 16-18 greatly, but not in the part of the brain that influences responsibility of driving

-Onetoughjob.org

-They may need a car for their job

-Teens develop more experience at a young age so they are ready to take on life

-Teens are able to get help from their own parents since they are able to drive at a younger age when they are still living with them

Side: no
olsen182(13) Disputed
1 point

this is true 16 teen year olds need to be able to get to work and beable to drive for other reason but they need to beable to drive safely and more maturely not tailgating everyone they see

Side: more responsible
7 points

Also, I don't think that college upperclassmen would appreciate fresh drivers (like I would be) freewheeling around their dorm rooms. Just sayin.

Side: No
6 points

It's all about experince.

Should people be licensed to have children? Yes. How old should they be? When are try qualified? I think the same "first pancake" statistics apply.

I wrecked my first car in a series of small accidents. My second car is still pristine. It's all about experience. Better to get it with parents hovering over you.

Side: No
5 points

I absolutely agree. I compare it to homework. If you don't have parents looking over your shoulder for the first few years of school, you'll never get in the habit of doing it correctly and on time.

Side: No
2 points

basically yes on the driving age. The part about having children is off topic. Maybe your parents should have been required to have a license. There two birds with one stone. You get your wish of license to be born, and we get ours of you not existing.

Side: No
johnnyboy46(212) Disputed
1 point

I understand what pineapple guy was saying. It may have been a bit off topic, but it was a good analogy.

Side: yes
6 points

Being a good driver is not something learned with age, but with experience. It doesn't matter if the driver is 16 or 76- he should be a better driver depending on the amount of experience he has.

Side: No
6 points

What qualities do 18-year-olds have that make them safer new drivers than 16-year-olds? None, that I can think of.

16-year-olds almost all live with one or more parents. That means that they have a better opportunity for parental supervision and teaching about safe driving. It also means that the 16-year-old has fewer opportunities (not no opportunities, but fewer opportunities) to get hammered and get behind the wheel than would an 18-year-old with no parents around, ever. And, in many cases, the 16-year-old is covered by the parent's insurance - which means if this new driver crashes, s/he probably has WAY better coverage than the 18-year-old who has moved out on his or her own.

For lower-income families, that teenage driver might also mean the difference between having someone available to pick up younger siblings from school or having to leave them in after-school care - or the difference of an added income, even if it's a small one, that the teenager can contribute to the household by getting an after-school job. For rural teens, the ability to drive may also mean the ability to participate in extracurricular activities and sports instead of having to bus straight home after school.

I just don't see any very good reason to raise the driving age, and lots of good reasons not to.

Side: No
6 points

No. I used to be in a Sheriff Explorer program a few years back and one of the ways we raised money was to volunteer and park cars for the 4th of July at an event. While I was parking cars, there were a few people that almost hit me, almost hit other cars, just whipped right in and didn't care about anything. All those people were older, it took forever for the teenagers to park their cars they were so freaking careful.

Side: No
6 points

actually, the children at only the age of 15 become responsible and they can hold on with the responsibilities given to them. not only this, it is better to give them some opportunities so that they can prove themselves and take some responsibilities on their shoulders. so it is good for their future.

Side: No
6 points

I just turned 14 and I'm a freshman in high school. If the driving age is raised I'll be driving by the time I'm a sophmore. In college. I don't know about you, but I don't want my mom carting me around a college campus or driving me and my date to a theater.

Side: No
6 points

in mah personal opinion...18 is like...waaaaay to old foh meeh...&& it mite decrease 17-18 years old teenagers...its like every year we got an 18 or 17 year old die by car accidents....so dats mah personal opinion about this subject!

Side: No
Wasup(2) Disputed
2 points

Yeah but the death toll for 16 year olds alone is more than that of the Vietnam war itself. 18 year olds... not so much.

Side: yes

No! Please god, no! I'm 16 and taking summer driver's education classes so I can get my license when I turn 17 in November.

I'll use my family as an example. My mother is a single working mother, with one child in high school (me) and one child in college (my brother). I have a volunteer job, babysitting, a potential job, and other nonsteady jobs (e.g., assisting an interior decorator on occasion). I also have tests (ACTs, Regents, SATs) that don't take place during school. I need to be able to transport myself or rely on my peers to transport me.

Side: No
6 points

Exactly, driving to work should be unregulated. Old people who can't see over the steering wheel should not be permitted to drive.

Supporting Evidence: old lady drives with her car in the computerstore (www.break.com)
Side: No
6 points

nagtroll is saying it right. teenagers should be given more and more chances to drive instead of giving to the people who are even not able to the steering

Side: No
5 points

Driving is a modern activity necessary for survival. People trying to drive to work don't need any more hassles. Its tough enough to afford the wheels in the first place.

Side: No
Pineapple(1448) Disputed
2 points

Plenty of people survive without vehicles. It is not "necessary."

People can take buses or other public transportation to work. In fact many people that do own and operate vehicles still use public or alternative transportation. It is not exclusively necessary for transportation.

What does the price of tires have to do with experience in driving? If anything it is a point that the minimum age should be raised. Only drivers able to pay for their own expenses have the maturity to drive.

None of your points are relevant.

Side: No
MKIced(2483) Disputed
3 points

Well I do agree with you mostly, but I also think that driving is a necessary tool to survival in this society. Sure, I'd love to use public transportation (not really lol), but the nearest bus stops are miles away, there is no close taxi service, I don't live near a subway or train station, and I can't walk to work. Living in suburbia makes you definitely need a car. ;)

This is just for fun:

To get to the nearest store to my house, it would take over 30 minutes walking distance (that's at a brisk 4.0 mph walk). Public transportation-wise, I just looked it up, it would take over 5 hours! I would need to walk to a train station (says 11 minutes driving only). Then I would take the train north into NYC, get on a bus, transfer several miles south of my house, and ride north to the wrong end of the road... Then I'd need to walk down this one road to get to the deli. hehe. 6 minutes driving, 41 minutes walking, or nearly 6 hours public transportation.

Side: No
nagtroll(273) Disputed
3 points

Tell that to believeyoume, at the top of the page, or to MKIced just below you.

Side: yes
5 points

because 16 - 17 need to get to work they just need help being more mature on the road. and stop texting that law didn't do shit i know atleast 20 people that still text and drive

Side: No
5 points

teens need to be able to drive to work and beable to get resources most teens care for babies at age 16. teens just need more experience on the road other wise the driving age will turn to 18-19 for most deaths by car accidents

Side: No
5 points

I dont think it should be raised Because people are ready to get IN THERE CAR AND DRIVE

Side: No
5 points

PEOPLE NEED TO DRIVE PEOPLE WANT TO GET IN THERE CAR AND DRIVE EXPESIALLY HIGH SCHOOLERS WHO REALLY WANT TOO GET THERE CAR AND GET IN AND DRIVE

Side: No
5 points

You truthfully shouldnt raise the age of driving because once you get your liscence you gain more responsibility and can get a job and go different places.

Side: No
3 points

Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: No
3 points

The driving age should be raised for these reasons: 1) teenagers are young and reckless. they don't know the significants to driving or anything, they are just kids. 2) they cause 2.5% of accidents in California. it may not seem alot but those number can and will be adding up if we let this go any longer.

Side: No
3 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age. Teens are cooler if they can drive at an earlier age.

Side: no
2 points

Im 16 and i love driving, so you guys should vote no to this because this is such stupid shit, i dont understand why this is even an issue! YOU SUCK IF YOU VOTE YES TO THIS YOU JERKS! >:(

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel likuyrukfyu they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

l

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
2 points

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

My mom said it shouldn't be raised, so you should all listen to her or she will beat you and call up ur parents and make sure you r grounded for the rest of your life :( listen to me if you know whats good for you!

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no
1 point

cuz this guy said: Well I think that it should not be raised because it will just make good drivers have to wait two more years, but there already ready and they will just have a good two years but they won't be able to go and have adventures around the world. they like to feel like they have responsibilities and trust me i know i have 17 year old and he's been driving for a year and haven't got into one accident he's very responsible and is a good kid.

Side: no