Raising the Driving Age to 18 Changing the driving age is unreasonable I think. I am not saying that there is good in changing it. I am just saying that it isn't the best way to go. It gives teens freedom. I think it's unreasonable because some sixteen-year-olds are responsible and can handle themselves.

I think that there are crazies in every age when it comes to driving. I see so many middle aged and older people driving like mad people. They act as if nothing bad can happen to them. I also believe that there is really no difference in an eighteen-year-old and a sixteen-year-old when it comes to driving. I am not saying that they aren't maturer. I am basically saying that a twelve-year-old can be a good driver.

Changing it from sixteen to eighteen is not a drastic step. Maybe changing it to like twenty is different, but not eighteen. Most sixteen when they drive start out driving all right. When they get to seventeen and eighteen they may drive a little crazier but mostly they don't change I also believe that teens being able to drive help them be more respectful people.

I think that most of the people that get their driving license are responsible. I mean there are some bad apples, but every kid is not a bad apple. Having cars also keeps teens from hanging around places. If you have a car you don't have to walk everywhere or bum a ride from your friends mom or your mom. It gives you a feel of confidence knowing that you can drive. In conclusion I think it's unreasonable because some sixteen-year-olds are responsible and can handle themselves.

I believe that there is really no difference in an eighteen-year-old and a sixteen-year-old when it comes to driving. I also believe that teens being able to drive help them be more respectful people. Most people should believe the same way I do, especially teens.