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I agree with 21lhoffmann because kids that are 16 are just as experienced as if they started driving at 18. They don't have more experience just because their older and usually is not the kids fault when it comes to crashes it is most likely due to drunk driving or adults that aren't paying attention to the road.

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I agree with Jacob because 16-year-olds don't have much experience in the world and can't make decisions faster. 18-year-olds can make decisions better and will have more experience because they can start practicing at 16-years-old and be better when they take their driving test.

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Kids start to drive at the age of 16 and 17 where they are unable to pay for their own fee's if they get a ticket. Tickets in the state of Wisconsin usually cost up to $168 dollars including court fines and additionally money that needs to be paid Also going with this you can lose a total of 6 points that could result in losing your driver's license. But if your 18 years you don't have to rely on your parents to have to pay your tickets you can pay them yourself which could help with the parents having money for college and also not having you have to pay them back in the future.

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