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The age limit for driving among teenagers and the elderly should be changed for various reasons and the problems that are endured by these age groups should be looked at closer The law should changed so that a teenager cannot receive their drivers license until they reach the age of 18 and the elderly should have to retake their driving test annually My views on this subject are strong for various reasonsOne reason a teenager should be 18 years old before receiving their license is because at the age 16 theyre still in high school theyre immature and theyre not responsible enough to be able to drive Usually at this age a teenager has other things on their mind like friends hanging out partying etc You hear of so many car accidents involving teenagers ranging from 16-17 years old where an innocent person lost their life because of carelessness Im not saying that all 16 year olds are irresponsible because there are some that are responsible Its just at this age theyre basically still kids If you hand a 16 year old the keys to the brand new Mustang you bought them for their 16th birthday they tend to want to show off and think that they are inevitable to dangering or harming themselves or others Then you have some teens that decide to go out partying and dont think twice about getting behind the wheel Unfortanently what they dont realize is that alcohol impairs your driving and lives can be lost due to the carelessness of a teenager who chose to drink and drive These views may sound sarcastic but theyre true among teenagers and even adults I just think that 18 is a sufficient age for someone to receive their drivers license At least by this age a teenager is moving into adulthood more responsible out of school and moving toward career choices And theyre at the age where they can take more
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