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One of the greatest accomplishments in a teenagers life is receiving their drivers license Obtaining a license gives a teenager freedom a newfound sense of independence It is exciting to know that you are not at your parents mercy to drive you to school meet friends or to work Unfortunately the State of New Jerseys Department of Motor Vehicle is trying diligently to take this freedom away from seventeen year olds This decisive will not be very effective nor is it logical By waiting an extra year to obtain a drivers license a teenager will not gain much more experience behind the wheel From the ages of seventeen to eighteen there is not much of a difference if any responsibility or maturity wise A teen will gain more experience by taking more in depth lessons at school and spending more time on the road with a qualified driver not by sitting at home and being forbad from driving for an extra year The New Jersey government has decided upon this decision because they think that it will alleviate two major problems traffic and accidents With less drivers on the road there is sure to be much less traffic and with a minimal amount of less experienced drivers on the road there should be a decreased amount of accidents In 1999 there were over 2 000000 teen driving accidents and 6000 deaths Am I Safe One out of three teens has an accident during their first year of driving Am I Safe As a result of these findings the Department of Motor Vehicles believes that the driving age should be increased to the age of eighteen Seventeen year olds will be at an extreme disadvantage if this new law comes into effect How will they get to work or college A great number of seventeen year olds try to be as financially independent as possible by having a part time job Some parents even expect
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