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Majority of people in society tend to stereotype teenage drivers by labelling them as dangerous and the leading cause to accidents on the road Unfortunately this is a very broad and unfair statement considering the fact that not all teenagers are the same There are a wide variety of teenage drivers in the world such as the cautious drivers the inexperienced drivers and last but not least there are the aggressive drivers Some teenagers are very cautious when they are driving This may come from a lot of practice and a serious attitude when going behind the steering wheel Cautious drivers are aware of everything around them as every driver should be in order for the roads to be safe Teenagers who are cautious when driving are the most unlikely to get in car accidents because they are always paying attention so that if an accident were to occur they can see it in enough time to try to prevent it from taking place Another type of teenage drivers are the inexperienced ones In Canada the law says that from the minimum age of 16 people are able to get their licence after they pass a written test Since teenagers only have to complete a written test in order to get their G1 which allows people to drive as long as they are accompanied by a passenger with minimum of four years driving experience they are inexperienced and unsafe to the road The inexperienced drivers are a danger to the road because they often dont know what to do when in a crisis while driving For example if a teenager were to be making a left turn at a traffic light and when they were in the middle of turning pushed on the brakes because they werent sure if they should go yet this could cause the car behind them to hit them or even the ongoing traffic to collide together
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