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  • Drink And Drive
    545 words
    The Drinking Age The drinking age is twenty one because all the people making the laws are over twenty one. So they take a biased way of thinking. When we are eighteen we can smoke, vote, and be drafted into the army, yet we arent capable of deciding for ourselves to have a beer or two. Why arent we protesting this outrageous indignity On the other hand, drinking has caused many deaths and many more injures when its not handled right and abused. First of all, when we are eighteen we can decide w...
  • Ignorance Causes Many Sixteen Year Olds
    365 words
    The Driving Age in Tennessee The driving age should be raised to the age of eighteen for many reasons. The group of people at highest risk for having an automobile accident are those who are sixteen years of age. Many accidents within this age group can be attributed to immaturity, ignorance, and lack of experience. Problems such as these can only be corrected by time and better education. First, most sixteen-year-olds lack the maturity to have a life-threatening responsibility such as driving. ...
  • Physical Driving Test
    833 words
    Most people who have a driver's license have seen a large car in front of them that is having trouble staying between the lane markings. There are many factors that can cause the person to have this problem. Some of those would be that the car is too large, so their ability to drive is hindered. The person could also be too short or not be able to see very well. There are many other reasons, but do you really want these people driving death wagons, attempting to navigate down roads at high speed...
  • People Of 16 Years Of Age
    728 words
    Since the beginning of time people have had an idea of right and wrong. As civilization progressed, we adapted these ideas and made them into laws. Laws are in place so people have rules and boundaries. These things are necessary so people dont just run amuck doing harm to others and instilling chaos. The laws we have today help maintain an order that lets people continue with their regular lives. There are many laws that relate to the age that a person must be to do certain things. Regular citi...
  • Driving Age Amendment Bill
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    Mathew M Volpe Mr. Bohn Research & Technology April 27, 2005 The Driving Age "Many teens are interested in being able to drive at a younger age, but it is still unclear if they are able to handle it. If the legal driving age is lowered, are we endangering the lives of teen drivers, as well as the passengers with them?" (Think Quest) I believe most people want to drive as soon as they can. However, recently the government has been trying to pass laws that may change the current driving age of 16....
  • Teens And Parents
    688 words
    First thing Sunday morning, you go in the kitchen and open up the newspaper. Once again the front page reads, "High School Students Killed" or " Teen Loses Control". Why? Another car accident. The truth is the number of deaths and accidents caused by 16 year olds every day is astonishing. I believe the only way to stop the rising epidemic is to raise the driving age, implement a rewards program, and increase parental involvement. Raising the driving age would make a huge impact in the amount of ...
  • Little Old Lady Across The Street
    427 words
    A. Introduction One day, not long ago... I came out of my house to leave for work. On the way to my car I noticed the little old lady across the street walking to here car with what appeared to be a phone book. To my surprise she laid the phone book down onto the seat and proceeded to climb in... I then decided to watch this rare occasion, since she only drives once a month or so. Well after a few minutes, she finally got her giant Cadilac started and began to back out of her drive way. She was ...
  • Sixteen To Eighteen
    351 words
    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 be...
  • Large Number Of Senior Citizens
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    Too Old to Drive With the aging of the baby boomers, a large segment of the American population is reaching senior citizen status. Modern technology, combined with the large numbers of the post WW II babies, has led us to expect that the number of Americans over the age of 65 will steadily increase in the next few years. These citizens will be functioning in communities all over America. Senior Americans will be driving to visit friends, shop, and dine out, and even running car pools. Our highwa...

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