Teen Driving Essay

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  • Teens And Driving : Teen Driving

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    2014 Teens and Driving Teen drunk driving is all about actions and reactions, unfortunately for those teens that choose to follow in this path of drinking and driving, most of them do not have the real life experiences that are required to make a rational, educated, and safe decision. The social pressures to conform to the “normal” behavior, the bad examples, and the lack of strong parental figures can lead the best of teens down the wrong path. Hopefully, while most will learn, drunk teen drivers

  • Teen Driving

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    Teen driving. Two words that carry both feelings of joy, and also pure dread. Many have probably heard of the teen driving jokes, or have endured the jokes of warning to neighbors from their parents now that their child is hitting the road. All jokes aside, teen driving is known to be very dangerous. With cell phones and new technology (Snapchat is guilty as charged), the distractions are endless to the new teen drivers. However, there are regulations in place to help protect new teens on the road

  • Teens And Driving : The Importance Of Driving

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    world. It gives us a sense of freedom, and tells us that we are stepping into the adult world. Driving give us the power to explore the world, but in order to obtain this power we must follow a strict set of laws. When it comes to theses laws some teenagers would agree that they are fair and keep us safe, but others believe that the laws restrict our freedoms on the road. I personally believe that driving is a privilege, not a luxury and that teenagers need to prove that they are responsible enough

  • Teen Drinking And Driving

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    4 *date* Teen drinking and driving Drinking and driving is one of the biggest social issues for teens across the United States. Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming alcohol is a very dangerous thing no matter what age you are. However, teens do not think about the consequences of drinking and driving until it is already too late. Many things contribute to this growing problem of teen drinking and driving. First, there is a lack of education about drinking and driving in schools

  • Teen Driving : The Dangers Of Teenage Driving

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    behind the wheel do we think about the number of deaths and accidents that occur due to teen driving? The number of families destroyed, futures cut short all because that excitement we feel takes us over and

  • Preventing Teen Driving

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    Being the parent of a teen driver can be quite exciting. Driving allows your teen to be more independent. However, being the parent of a teen driver can be nerve-wracking. You may worry every time that your teen leaves the house. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your teen stay safe while behind the wheel. Below are some tips for keeping your teen to stay safe while behind the wheel: Encourage Your Teen To Stay Focused Many accidents occur because teens get distracted while behind

  • Teen Driving Essay

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    Teen Driving Getting the License      Many of today’s teens can’t wait to get that piece of paper with the cheap plastic on top, saying they are newly licensed drivers. But in New Jersey that’s going to be a little harder, since January 1, 2001 NJ has put into affect the new Graduated Driver License Program (GDL).      The GDL is a program that teens and first-time drivers must complete to get their unrestricted license. This program was designed to lower the number of driving fatalities

  • Teen Driving Accidents

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    die on scene, and your other friend is severely injured. For thousands of teens each year, this is a reality. Teens ages 16-19 are more likely to get into a car crash than any other age that drive including seniors. In 2015, 2,333 teens in the U.S. alone were killed and 221,313 teens were sent to emergency departments for motor accidents in 20141. This means that around six teens died each day1. There are many causes to teen related vehicular accidents. One of those causes is alcohol. Alcohol is a

  • Essay about Teen Driving

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    olds. In 1996, 6,300 teens died in the United States from motor vehicle crash injuries. The fatality rate for teenage drivers is about 4 times as high as the rate for drivers 25 to 65 years old. On average, a teen driver is killed every other day in California. In most of those fatalities, the reason was either involving speeding or driver error. But in California, Oregon, Michigan, and other states, those statistics are dropping because they have had laws restricting teen driving on the books for more

  • The Dangers Of Teen Driving

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    Introduction Teen driving allows American youth to have their license between the ages 13-15. At this age, our American youth are more likely to be careless while driving without supervision. The younger teen drivers are the more susceptible to fatal car accidents they will be due to the lack of supervision and proper driver’s education. Lack of maturity and experiences leads to developing poor driving habits. The teens in the age group 16-18 are usually more mature in handling a motorized vehicle