Everybody loves to drive, right. Aye I know I couldn't wait to get behind the wheel and hear theses words Congratulations, you’ve pass your permit test and one, two and three smile for the picture. Do you really want to be stuck riding a bus as a senior in high school? Not really especially when you may have seniors privileges, where you can drive to school late and leave early, or off campus lunch ,or maybe even don’t have to come on certain days, but you cant because you have a driving permit. All that hard work through your three years of high school and studying just to get your permit I say students should be able to drive to school with that permit you earn. Driving is a privilege but it is not mandatory. The student who pass the test and receive there permit should be able to drive to school just like a student with license , like as a teen that is dedicated to education, it would be beneficial to drive to school with my permit. My grandmother works two jobs and she have to drive me everywhere which doesn’t consumes time. And she tired all the times and I make it worse by asking her can we go do this and that and prom haven’t even got here yet. To begin, the daily schedule of the average student is a whirlwind of activity. What parent has time to deliver each daughter and son to every sport game or practice ,music rehearsal ,babysitting job, or dentist appointment? Sometimes these activities take place in different part of the town and involve quite a bit of travel. The logistics are a nightmare. However, with a set of car keys, the student can travel to each event independently right after school . He or she can handle last minute schedule changes without throwing off parents’ pick up and drop off plans . Parents should and could get some time to relax and don’t always have to jump up after every phone call of a pick up. Some teenagers are responsible enough to drive to school. Some have jobs they have to go to after school which help buy there own gas expenses and pays their insurance! I think in this day and time this driving should allowed us to teach our self’s responsibility! Even Know we should already be responsible because we behind the wheels of a motor vehicle. In our society being able to drive is what we think about all day everyday even dream about it driving even have its own slang term such as (whipping). Just because some teenagers have accident doesn’t mean all of them do also adult have them as well to. Yes I no their are taxes , local city buses and carpooling (barely), but I can assure you that 6 out of 10 parents which a survey was took from the Florida Schools Athletics Department that every student that dose an after school activities does not proceed in the activate due to gas money and pick up times. An you wonder why ST Lucie county make students pay a fee of $100 for sports because there are less students involve with the actives which they are dishing out funds to keep the sport when theirs nobody playing it. If more student can drive to school with their permit maybe more can say after to enjoy these actives. Now you see why we should be able to drive to school. And you wonder why the school teams barely have players the pick ups of course! Driving to school can gain valuable driving experience from driving to and from school every day especially if you live over 5 miles from the school. The route is familiar so I wont wind up getting lost or nothing. If I don't show up to school my parents will be notify from my attendance which will call anyways even if am tardy to any classes. Driving to school is usually daylight hours so I wont have to face the glare of the headlights or danger that might be obstructed by the darkness. However my trips to school will be in the rush hour between 6 A.M -7A.M so have to take its slow so I will have the appropriate space cushion for the traffic and the long wait. An leave the house to make it on time so I wont be tardy. Here at TCHS
The driving age should be raised to 18. According to Alexander Sostarecz’ article, Raise the driving age to 18 when teens are more responsible, “In the teenage life, everything is about freedom". In his article Sostarecz talks about how teens aren't completely mature at 16. However, many people think the driving age should stay the way it is, but there are some valid points that have been brought up for why the driving age should be raised. Some reasons why the driving age should be raised are that…
Not receiving our driver’s license until we have our high school degree is not fair. For
most people that would be when they are seventeen or eighteen years old. For others that
drop out of school they would never get their drivers license. Receiving your driver’s license at
the age of 16 is better for students to get where they need to without the help with their
parents or guardians. I think you should not pass this bill for not getting our driver’s license
until we get our high school degree because it takes away from teenageer’s independent…
Some state legislators have debated whether or not teenagers should have to maintain at
least a C average in order to get their drivers license. Many believe that this shows responsibility,
which then carries over into responsible driving. Others think that grades show no correlation
with getting a drivers license and that anyone applicable should be able to receive one.
Although some may disagree on the fact that grades are relevant when it comes to
receiving a drivers licence, I believe that maintaining a C average should be necessary…
the ability to drive legally at age 16; in some states even younger. There are many reasons why many individuals question the legal driving age such as how will impact society? If the legal driving age in the United States is raised to 18 will there be a decrease of accidents? In the United States most states allow teenagers to have a learner’s permit and a driver’s license at age 16. Rising the legal driving age would cut down on car accidents and associated damages, cut down on teen deaths from traffic…
However there are more 2 person families averaging at 34.4%. Yet 44.4% have children under the age 18 living in these households. Overall in this community 56.4% are employed and 6.6% are unemployed. On the commute to work 10.7% carpool and 80.9% drive alone. In this community 18.3% have an income that range from 50,000 to 74,999.
Youth Related Issues
After reviewing the research based on the community important detailed knowledge was gained about the support that has been created for the youth…
For the Students
Students in middle school and high schools enter their school day extremely tired and deprived from sleep. Many adolescence dislike getting up at 6:00am just to get ready for school that starts at 7:10am. This is because of their school schedule and their sleep cycle do not have a common ground with each other. During middle school, the students are entering the beginning these changes is the sleep cycle that they experience. Instead of sleeping early and getting like their younger…
In this paper, I specifically address parents of teens and the lawmakers. Teen driving laws in America are perceived to be too slack or either too strict. The audience is instrumental in the issue because they are the only ones able to make substantive and executive change. This audience will be difficult to convince because of the amount of experiments that have been performed. Many legislations today focus on making roads safer not the driving process to get a license. These…
touch with family and friends, mobile phones also allow you to have access to the Internet, and mobile phones are also handy to have if in trouble. The impact of mobile phones on today's youth is an Astronomical. All teenagers own a device and they know how to use them and they know how it works.
However, mobile phones have become a problem to teenagers as mobile phones develops and as teenagers love to use them. In Education Mobile phones allow teenagers to take pictures and videos of problem-solving…
taxes, and drive. You can even be charged as an adult for a crime – and get the death penalty! How can we say someone 16 should be vulnerable to the death penalty as a ‘mature, responsible adult’ and then say people the same age are not mature enough to vote?
Have you ever thought about why the age for voting is so high ? Well, I have. Right now,
in order to vote in the U.S. , you must be 18 years or older and a US citizen
I think the U.S should lower the voting age to 16.
Teenagers should vote because…
Driver Licensing (GDL) policy in place which temporarily restricts high-risk driving
conditions for young drivers as a way of reducing teen accidents and deaths. GDL is a good thing because it
saves lives; the number of accidents decreased by over 60% in the first year the GDL program went into effect in
New York State. Here is the process a new teenage driver should follow to get their Driver Permit and License.
New York Driver