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Most people who have a drivers license have seen a large car in front of them that is having trouble staying between the lane markings There are many factors that can cause the person to have this problem Some of those would be that the car is too large so their ability to drive is hindered The person could also be too short or not be able to see very well There are many other reasons but do you really want these people driving death wagons attempting to navigate down roads at high speeds I certainly do not I would think that they would be restricted to not drive At the age of sixty-five insurance rates begin to rise This makes me think if these people are all around the same age there should be some kind of warning given to the public or a physical test that is required for these people to drive at this age The only test given to renew a license is a written test similar to the test taken for a permit It is known by insurance companies that as you pass the age of sixty-five your driving becomes worse Some people say that new drivers are just as dangerous drivers as older drivers When you first get your license you are required to take a written and physical test of your driving knowledge and driving skills When you are young you run a high risk of getting into a accident because you are inexperienced When you are older you run a high risk of getting into a accident because you just cant react fast enough or you cant see or hear what is going on around your vehicle Most older people know all the laws of driving because they have been driving for many years Because of this they can pass a written test easily If they had a physical driving test I am sure that the road
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