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The high accident rate in Israel has always been a problem People die in vehicle accidents every day but our government to be more interested in other issues and fails to solve this problem Its a pity that they dont realize the severity of it Lives could be saved if the members of our government would stop being so incredibly self-involved with themselves and would get up off their high horse stop admiring their paychecks open their eyes and do something It seems that more than half the Israeli drivers couldnt tell a stop sign from a parking meter and many seem to be completely color-blind - many dont seem to realize that a red light means stop and a green one means go These people are sad These are the very people that cause accidents on the road In order to lower the accident rate on Israels roads several rules and regulations must be determined First and foremost Drivers Ed exams should be more difficult and a bit more complex 30 multiple-choice fairly easy questions can be a cinch to answer and the chances of a complete idiot achieving a passing grade on the test 26 correct answers or more out of the 30 questions are way too high This person who guesses his way to success may grow to be a menace on the road if he manages to pass his driving test as well The chances of that are slimmer but still dangerously possible Second driving instructors should be tested more severely before receiving their certificate that indicates their right to a driving instructors licence After all its them who passed all the accident-prone drivers of the past right As much as I dont want to admit it the minimum driving age should be raised This year the minimum age for a Learners Permit was lowered to 165 and the minimum age for a full
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