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Additionally, teenagers are not just putting their life in sake because of their immaturity, they are putting the life of many others in sake too. “Between 1995 and 2004, there were 30,917 fatalities in accidents that involved 15-to-17-year-old drivers, according to a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. About a third of those deaths were the teen drivers themselves. The rest were pedestrians, passengers, and people in cars that teenage drivers struck,” stated Representative John D'Amico Democrat, Illinois State Legislature. That explains that 3/4 of the deaths are the passengers and not the drivers. If the drivers that got into care crashes were a little more experienced that accident might have never happened. Not to mention the fact that the young driver will have to live with the fact that they killed someone for the rest of their life. All because they weren't ready to drive yet. Just imagine if they were a little more mature and had the extra 2 years to prepare and become more mature. It could be a complete life changer.

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“The Safe Teen and Novice Driver Uniform Protection Act would provide for a three-stage process that begins with a learner's permit at age 16 and leads up to full licensure at 18. This would be a good law. That way everyone would get what they want and there would be a compromise,"started John M. Crisp, Scripps Howard News Service. I think that there should be a compromise because it is never too early to start practicing driving, but I still believe that 16-17-year-olds are too immature and the couple more years will help them make more rational decisions.

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Raising the driving age is a good thing because it can make the roads safer. I believe that young teenagers, such as 16-year-olds, are immature and make the roads a dangerous place. “Nudging the legal driving age upwards a bit, that is, in the direction of more maturity, experience, and responsibility, would at least have the practical effect of reducing the number of 16-year-olds who are killed each year in auto accidents,” protested John M. Crisp. 16-year-olds are still immature and think that they are indestructible. Therefore, they are putting there life on the line.

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