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Amber that might be true but it is bad that they are getting in crashes in the first place so it's kind of a win-lose situation, only it could cost someone thousands of dollars in damage or injury or kill someone.
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. Around one third of the deaths were teen drivers themselves. The rest were pedestrians, passengers, and people in cars that teenage drivers struck.
You may say that that more 18 year olds will get killed instead of 16 year olds and it really doesn't matter if you raise the age or not. I disagree because 18 year olds dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is developed or more developed than teens that are 16 which helps with decision making which can relate to the decisions made while driving a vehicle.
According to http://susvalleypolicy.org/ A teen claims that your drivers permits just allow you to drive, It doesn’t mean you have the necessary skills to drive your just allowed too. According to http://articles.mcall.com/ Kids will have more time to learn about the skill of driving if the age to get your license is pushed back to age 18
according to CDC 292,000 teens were treated in emergency rooms for motor vehicle injuries.
But according to the CDC the highest rate is from 16 to 19 year olds.
according to CDC 292,000 were treated in emergency were treated for motor vehicle injuries.
I think that the driving age should be raised to 18. According center for disease and control 16 to 19 year olds have a higher crash rate than any other age group.
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