Good guidelines are universal
Assuming all reasonable considerations are being taken into account and this example teenager is neither blind, nor brain damaged in some fashion that makes him in some way unique from the driving populace and insupportable as a driver, I argue that a good traffic guideline or law should purport to be universal, i.e. should pertain to and adequately govern all drivers who are otherwise legally eligible to be on road. Special considerations are band-aid fixes that do not address underlying complications of road travel. If a band-aid fix is being considered for teenagers (or more likely, the elderly) it should be investigated further to determine and remedy the underlying ripple for the benefit of all roadgoers. If it can be demonstrated that a portion of the driving populace are especially susceptible, above and beyond reasonable doubt, to a particular hazard, I would encourage policy makers to strongly consider penning a policy for all drivers, to establish a normative expectation of conduct and remove any potential for abuse through confusion. Moreover, if a portion of the populace is found susceptible such that the risk is credible, severe, and limited in scope only to that portion specifically, recommend removing that portion entirely from legal driving status through modifying universal definitions of legal eligibility.
Hell to the no
Kids need freedom and what if someone was trying to rape or steal you? You could take a car and drive away!! It's safer and what if you wanted to run away from your abusing parents? Take the car and drive away. Kids need to also go places for their own good
Yes the laws should be stricter for teenage driver
Teens now be on there phone and don't pay attenchion to rodes, that is how a crash starts. Also some teens drive with only one hand. When your on the freeway you see crashes every which way. This is why laws should be stricter for teenage driers. Next time you get in a crash keep in mind my arguement
Don'the have to stickter
Because if teenage one start driving from 15 age. They get advantage like they get more experience of driving, they perfect driving to take lessince and they never late for school and for tuition and our money also not waste tat is why laws should not sticker to teenage driver
Poop yumy am i right
Because that what i want to say it why these are all words that we use every day cool no yes the cow sit moo like now know show that smells good and bad at the same time school is not fun left up down its all the things that i do
I Don't Think So Boi
Car accidents are the No 1. Cause of death among U.S. teens, but that does not automatically mean that the teens were the ones driving the cars!!!!! Stricter laws would just make teenagers lives a whole lot worse. Teenagers are already fiscriminated against for everything else that they do , so why should we be discriminated aginst driving!? That isn't fair!!!
No this should to happen
If this happens the criminal crime rate will go up should this happen do u want teens life to be changed do you really want to have teens lead to drugs crime and more more than 50% of teens that have gone to jail for breaking driving laws have lead to crime after do you really want our future to be one NO
No they shouldnt
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Yess I agree
I agree because teenagers are careless on the road and don't look and watch for people and cars. This is something that should change so that we can have a better driving system. Teens wont listen to teachers in school after they graduate or get their license and that's final
If you're irresponsible, then it doesn't matter what age you are.
Yes, teen drivers do tend to break the laws. 1.) That's not all teens. If you choose to be irresponsible, then it doesn't matter if you're 16 or 56. It's still the same choice. 2.) Most teens that get in accidents because they drive drunk. This is usually because teens have a very low tolerance to alcohol, because their bodies are still developing. Therefore maybe instead of putting stricter driving laws for teens, maybe you should institute stricter drinking and alcohol laws so they can't get it in the first place. 3.) The laws are already very strict. Fairly strict yes, but they don't need to be raised anymore. If teens are already breaking the laws in place as of now, then what's to stop them from just ignoring the new laws and regulations after they are instituted, along with the laws of now as they always have.
Texting while driving
Texting while driving is one of the worrying trends in the society, both teenagers and adults have developed a habit of using cell phones while driving. Texting while driving causes distraction and increases their chances of getting involved in car accidents. Such concerns have been raised by various government authorities, in trying to prevent such occurrence new laws have been enacted making cell phone use in cars illegal. However, not many people follow these laws, most people text and drive, assuming that they can pay attention to other cars. You often see people, texting or going through their phone while driving
Cell phone use while driving is the major cause of fatal accident, leading to several deaths. Despite these concerns, people are still fixated on their phones that are dangerous to not only the driver but also other road users. According to the recent road statistics, more than 22 recent of fatal road accidents are caused by teenagers using their cell phones while driving. Distraction on the roads is caused by teenagers who have confidence that they can text or talk on the phone while driving. More than 5,000 people have died last year due to text driving; these accidents are mostly caused by teenagers under the age of 21 years.
The dangers of texting while driving includes thousands of people dying annually as the number keep on increasing because texting is becoming popular. Even though fifty states have enacted laws that prohibit texting while driving, many of these laws are not reinforced by the lawmakers to limit the number of accidents that occur annually.
Stakeholders are calling for strong action and alternative programs to minimize road accidents. Currently, only 35 states the US have completely banned texting for all its road users, but this is not enough to curb the problem. There is the need for a nationwide ban on texting driving as recommended by the National Transportation Safety Board. Laws were banning texting while driving will save many lives in America. With the new trend of texting close to 5,000 deaths and numerous injuries have been caused by distracted drivers. It is imperative that the government should take stricter action to minimize the increasing death caused by young drivers. To effectively eliminate this vice, it is necessary for the government to enact unifying laws and stricter punishment for those who text while driving.
These new laws need to ban text driving for everyone not just young drivers because texting driving has similar effect on everyone. There should be no objection to laws for texting while driving. Each state needs to have similar laws against texting while driving, Massachusetts laws on texting while driving should be a model for other states. Massachusetts has the strictest laws on road safety. Punishment for those found texting while driving should be stiffened to push people to dig deeper into their pockets to pay more.
Fine alone is not enough; stricter regulation should include license suspension to make people keep off their phones while driving. Besides enacting new laws, alternative road safety programs need to be initiated to educate the public about the dangers of distracted driving more so on texting. The government needs to pass laws that make it compulsory for everyone to take distracted driving lessons. A national ban combined with alternative road safety programs will reduce the number of accidents caused by text driving.