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raise the driving age do not raise the driving age
Debate Score:251
Arguments:91
Total Votes:306
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Raise driving age?

raise the driving age

Side Score: 85
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do not raise the driving age

Side Score: 166
3 points

USA Today did a survey to ask parents about what they think about the driving age, and nearly two-thirds (61%) say they think a 16-year-old is too young to have a driver's license. Only 37% of those polled thought it was OK to license 16-year-olds, compared with 50% who thought so in 1995. A slight majority, 53%, think teens should be at least 18 to get a license.The poll of 1,002 adults, conducted Dec. 17-19, 2004, has an error margin of +/-3 percentage points.

Supporting Evidence: http://goo.gl/A6pjR (goo.gl)
Side: raise the driving age
2 points

There have been many 15-to-17-year-olds that have gotten in an accident, and 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 one-third of those deaths were the teen drivers themselves. The rest were pedestrians, passengers, and people in cars that the teenagers hit

Supporting Evidence: http://goo.gl/A6pjR (goo.gl)
Side: raise the driving age
20cquesnell(4) Disputed
2 points

Truly the 15 year old should not be part of this argue because there under law they may be young and in many crashes but thats not the true driving age, therefore either way the 15 year olds are not a part of this debate.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20aflitter(11) Disputed
1 point

That is because of inexperience, and if they do raise the driving age, then they will get even more inexperience and so there will be more car crashes.

Side: do not raise the driving age
Wnekballa11(6) Disputed
1 point

You say that 15-17 year old teens are more likely to die in a car accident, than 18 year old are because 30,917 fatalities involved 15-17 year old driver's which is true. But I disagree, because what you don't realized is that 18 year olds are even more prone to driving fatalities than 15-17 year old driver's are. A 16 year old teenager is mature, and dedicated to driving. After a few quick years of driving, they will be ready to head off into the real world with a good feel for the wheel. While, if a student gets their license when they are 18 years old, they will be stressed, because they have to focus on going to college, driving, school, a boyfriend/girlfriend and on top of that driving. I don’t think that teens are going to want to take the time to drive.

"Teen Driving five rules of the road." cnn student news. 22 Oct. 2014. Web. Transcript.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

Raising the driving age could save thousands of lives. Teenagers have more accidents than any other age, so raising it should make plenty of sense. Or does it? An article by the National Youth Rights Association disagrees. They say that raising the driving age will result in inexperience and more accidents. That's why we should only raise the age of when they can drive alone. Then they're still getting experience, and with that an adult is helping them get used to the road until they're an adult themselves. That is why we should raise the driving (alone) age to sixteen.

Side: raise the driving age
20aflitter(11) Disputed
1 point

It is true that they will still get experience, but if the driving age is at 16, they will get more experience for 2 years and raising the driving age to 18 will make them lose more experience.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

There have been two many teens who have had there there lives taken just because they are not ready to drive. So when they are ready they will get the chance to drive and drive the rest other lives unlike some who have already passed. That is why I think that the driving age should be raised.

Side: raise the driving age
tdickman(4) Disputed
2 points

If teens don't get their license until they are older how is that going to make them ready? Either way they aren't going to be 100% ready and it's just a delay of death. So what's the difference if they are young and inexperienced and older and inexperienced.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

I believe that they should raise the driving age because their are so many accidents and kids getting pulled over for speeding. If they don't raise the driving age the world will be nothing but cars in dumps. There's so many accidents that a Illinois lawmaker is saying that they should raise the driving age because that is so may kid getting injured and killed that it forces him to raise it. So therefore I say raise the driving age because there is just not enough cars in the world.

Side: raise the driving age
tdickman(4) Disputed
1 point

Accidents can be caused by many reasons. They are adults who have there license and mange to get into accidents and injure others. And if there are accidents that are happening in the same spot it is probably not the drivers fault if it's happening over and over again. Therefore should get looked into.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20cpearson(19) Disputed
1 point

I disagree. I disagree because you are pretty much saying that if a 16 year old gets in a crash, 16 year olds can't drive anymore. If your neighbor robs a bank, should you go to jail? No. If your classmate gets in a crash, should you get your drivers license taken away? No. Alex Koroknay-Palicz from the National Youth Rights Association says that people shouldn't be blamed for other people's actions.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

Once there is a car accident that killed a 16 year old and a 17 year old and the driver was a 16 year old. If they don't raise the driving age they are putting a lot of lives in their hands. So many kids get killed because they are 16 or from a 16 year old kid that think every this is fun and game till someone gets hurt. so raise the driving age or people will be killed.

Side: raise the driving age
2 points

I think that the driving age should be raised because young drivers aged 15-17 are seven times more at risk of a road accident than the average driver; between the hours of 2am and 5am that risk is 17 times higher.

Supporting Evidence: http://goo.gl/lWtYQy (goo.gl)
Side: raise the driving age
20aflitter(11) Disputed
1 point

But if you raise the driving age to 18, then they get less experience for driving.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20pkreie(9) Disputed
1 point

yes but 16 year olds dose not know better than have fun and then do something stupid and get hurt.

Side: raise the driving age
20pkreie(9) Disputed
1 point

yes but 16 year olds dose not know better than have fun and then do something stupid and get hurt.

Side: raise the driving age
20sschinke(3) Disputed
1 point

That is true but In 2008, more than 5,500 older adults were killed and more than 183,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes. This amounts to 15 older adults killed and 500 injured in crashes on average every day.

Source- CDC (2011, April 19). Retrieved December 8, 2014, from http://www.cdc.gov/motorvehiclesafety/Older AdultDrivers/data.html

Side: do not raise the driving age
1 point

16 teen year old are not mature they think that going off the right lang and go on the over and pretend that the brakes are broken and almost get into a car accident they think the dangers things are the most fun but they are not right, But 18 year old are more mature and they know how to be safe and know what is safe and not safe . So therefore I say that 16 year olds are not mature but 18 year old are.

Side: raise the driving age
20jsievert(9) Disputed
2 points

That is just theory, not a fact. Yes it could happen, but is it likely? No.

Side: do not raise the driving age
1 point

I think they should raise the driving age because people are getting hurt more often think about it your you got her license at 16 and she wants to take a drive and then all of a sudden a truck ran a red light and you were to bissy talking on the phone bragging about your new license and then boom there is a accident and you lose a arm or worse dead. what if you had your license at 18 and then you had saw the car and stop all of this because he is 18 and think about what had happen when he was 16. So that is why they should raise the driving age because what is better being 18 and being better at driving or 16 and having accidents and dount care about safety.

Side: raise the driving age
Wnekballa11(6) Disputed
1 point

You say that too many kids are getting hurt at the age of 16, but you don't have any sources where you got this from, and I disagree. I think that at 16 years of age teenager’s should be mature dedicated drivers. A 16 year old teenager is mature, and dedicated to driving. After a few quick years of driving, they will be ready to head off into the real world with a good feel for the wheel. While, if a student gets their license when they are 18 years old, they will be stressed, because they have to focus on going to college, driving, school, a boyfriend/girlfriend and on top of that driving. I don’t think that teens are going to want to take the time to drive.

"Teen Driving five rules of the road." cnn student news. 22 Oct. 2014. Web. Transcript.

Side: do not raise the driving age
1 point

The driving age should be raised to 18 because kids under 18 have more accidents. Between 1995 and 2004, 30,917 people were killed by people that were driving 15-17 years of age. Alex Koroknay-Palicz Should the driving age be raised to 18?

Side: raise the driving age
allipinter(6) Disputed
1 point

The driving age should not be raised because most of the accidents that occur, are drunk driving. And 18 years of age people start to drink heavily even though they are under age.

Side: do not raise the driving age
1 point

I believe that the age should be raised. According to USA Today, Robert Davis, he says that teens aren't mature enough. Scientists at the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD., have found that this vital area develops through the teenage years and isn't fully mature until age 25. Also the research seems to help explain why 16-year-old drivers crash after higher rates the older teens. That is why I believe the age should be changed.

Side: raise the driving age
1 point

The age should be raised. This age group has the highest crash rate of any in the U.S.. On December 24th, 2005, 4 teenagers (ages 16-17) went on a late drive and had a terrible accident. Also deaths of drivers ages 16 and 17 increased 19% since last year. I got my information from teachers scholastic.

Side: raise the driving age
1 point

I think they should raise the driving age because there is a better chance of being more mature when there 18 then 16 years old. Plus if they are more mature they might be more cautious then most 16 year olds are.

Side: raise the driving age
1 point

In 2013 more than 2,500 16 year old drivers were killed in car accidents and that number increases every year by 3.3% just last year. That is why i think the driving age should be raised.

Side: raise the driving age
1 point

The driving age should be raised because when you are 16 you still always want to go to your friends and when you are 16 you can drive and there are a better chance of getting into a crash because there always wanting to go to there friends house and that is why the driving age should be raised.

Side: raise the driving age
-1 points

You should raise the driving age because there is a highway that has over 1,000 accidents over a year . That is like 50 accidents a day so don't let it be a problem with kids driving so therefore I say let the driving age go up.

Side: raise the driving age
20mbutt(16) Disputed
6 points

Nothing is gonna really stop what happens on a highway. If they don't want to get into a accident the driver should find a way to go around and avoid the highway. Or the government should do something to fix that.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20lbonds(5) Disputed
1 point

A lot of things can stop what happens on a highway. Especially responsible drivers, and we all know that most teenagers are definitely not that. Having an adult in the car with them? Not only would that force them to act more responsibly, but they would also have an adult with them to help them. Teenagers don't belong on a highway, especially not alone. So raise the age of when they can drive alone.

Side: raise the driving age
20jsievert(9) Disputed
3 points

They say that you should raise the driving age because of the amount of accidents that happen. I disagree because raising the driving age won't prevent the accident, it will just prevent 16 year olds from dying at such a young age. Therefore you shouldn't raise the driving age because it won't help prevent accidents it will just delay the death of children. Also what what is your source? And what highway are you talking about?

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

I agree, because Alex Koroknay- Palicz from the National Youth Rights Association stated that studies show that most of the accidents were due to inexperience, raising the age limit isnt gonna change the experience level, it is just going to delay the death of teenagers.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20cquesnell(4) Disputed
-3 points
allipinter(6) Disputed
3 points

Where did they talk about a bridge and why would this matter?

Side: raise the driving age
7 points

Without a way to get around most teens would probably rather stay home than go out either because they don't want to get embarrassed or bother their parents with the need to go out and hang with friends. They need to have actual social time with their peers. Other then they would become used to being antisocial and loss the manners they had/have to interact with other people.

Side: do not raise the driving age
7 points

I believe that experience and practice is what makes someone become competent or good at something. The only way to get better is to have more learning experiences. It has nothing to do with age.

Side: do not raise the driving age
6 points

I believe that the driving age should not be raised because, no matter how high you put the age, people are still gonna get in accidents because they don't have practice. So it really doesn't matter if you're 18 or 16 for driving.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20lbonds(5) Disputed
3 points

Exactly! That's why they should raise the age of when they can drive alone, so they're still getting that experience WITH and adult helping them get used to the road until THEY are an adult.

Side: raise the driving age
beccabestx(3) Disputed
2 points

If they raise the driving age to 18, then the people who are driving will have more experience with that they are doing and be more responsible and trustworthy behind the wheel. According to iihs.org, teenagers drive less than all but the oldest people, yet they get in the most accidents. facts also show that drivers the ages of 16-18 get in crashes going 3 times over the speed limit. This is why I believe that they should raise the driving age to 18 because kids will be more experienced and obey the correct traffic laws.

Side: raise the driving age
20pmuller(4) Disputed
2 points

True, but if they raise the driving age the car crashes will still be around the same amount each year, yes. Still if they raise the driving age they will be more responsible for the accident that has happend anyway, therfore I think the driving age should still be raised.

Side: raise the driving age
2 points

I agree because A. J. Rox from CNN said that news drivers at the age of 18 have a better chance to get in an accident that involves injuries than any other age. Also, stated by Alex Koroknay-Palicz of the National Youth Rights Association said that experience may matter more than age when it comes to driving safely. Another reason I think the age limit should not be raised is because even though 16 year olds might get in crashes sometimes, doesn't mean that they need to raise limit.

Side: do not raise the driving age
6 points

Raising the driving age will punish all young drivers for the mistakes of a few people. In the US we live by innocent until proven guilty. Raising the driving age will name teens guilty before they've even been in an accident, or before they've gotten into a car. 77% of men are more likely to kill someone while driving than women. If people want to save lives, make it illegal for men to drive.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20cknuppel(2) Disputed
1 point

You may say that people should not raise the driving age because of what some people do. But I disagree because everyone will drive a one point you still get the chance and you will be more ready so the road will be safer. That is why I think that people should raise the driving age and that everyone will get a chance eventually.

Source: the packet that mrs. Bertrand gave us.

Side: raise the driving age
20jsievert(9) Clarified
4 points

Right, but if we want to make the roads safer we should just let women drive and make it illegal for men to be behind the wheel because, according to Alex Koroknay-Palicz: National Youth Rights Association, 77% of men are more likely to get into a car accident than women. Making it illegal for men to drive would definitely make the roads safer.

Side: raise the driving age
6 points

I think that they should not raise the driving age because they are not doing anything with the problem that is right in front of them, car crashes from inexperience. They want to raise the driving age because then there will be less car crashes, well they are wrong. If anything, they will lose 2 years of experience with driving and so there will be more car crashes. Also, most people start drinking at the age of 18 rather than 21, so there will be more drunk driving and so then there will be more kinds of car accidents than car crashes. So that is why I think that the driving age should not be raised.

Side: do not raise the driving age
6 points

I think the driving age should not be raise because its not right to punish all kids or even moms for other peoples doings. Raising the the driving age will punish all kids. Also raising the driving age is doing is just giving some 16 year olds two more years to live. The only reason its more 16 year olds is because they have less experience. Raising the driving age would just make more 18 year olds inexperianced so 18 year olds would get in more crashes.

Side: do not raise the driving age
beccabestx(3) Disputed
3 points

The idea of raising the driving age is not to punish kids who get in accidents, it is to make the new drivers more educated and to feel more comfortable to drive. Making the driving age 18 will give young drivers more confidence and feel like they have more experience behind the wheel.

Side: raise the driving age
tdickman(4) Disputed
3 points

Teens are old enough to start learning about it and feeling more educated around the same age they get their license. If they wait they will have a higher risk of getting fired from their job because they didn't have a ride. In the summer I guess they could walk but what about in the winter when it's below 0? Therefore the driving age should stay the same.

Side: do not raise the driving age
6 points

I think the driving age should not be raised. Raising the driving age will not cause anymore or any less problems on the road, but what will is giving teen drivers more training. If they had more training with driving and pass there test with a fairly well grade they should be able to drive safely, if teens get a bad grad just enough to pass they shouldn't be allowed to drive right away they should have more training in driving, doing this will cause less deaths and less accidents.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20cknuppel(2) Disputed
2 points

Yes they will have more training but they will not have enough before they do go on the road. And when they do they will probably get killed in a car accident before they can train enough to have the knowledge of driving.

Side: raise the driving age
6 points

Inexperience is what has caused death in most car accidents, not age. Studies show that raising the driving age will just create accident-prone 18 year olds instead of 16 year olds. All people are doing is delaying the time until they die says Alex Koroknay-Palicz: National Youth Rights Association.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20lbonds(5) Disputed
4 points

Exactly. But if you raise the age of when they can drive alone without an adult, they're still going to get that experience, and on top of that, an experienced driver teaching them how to work the road until they are experienced drivers themselves. So raise the age of when they can drive alone.

Side: raise the driving age
6 points

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Side: do not raise the driving age
20rkrueger(7) Disputed
2 points

what do you mean by this? How does this relate to driving age at all?

Side: raise the driving age
5 points

People say that the driving age should be raised but I disagree more many reasons. One of those reasons are that it doesn't change anything. If people are worried about young kids dieing because of inexperienced what is the difference if they die older and inexperianced? It's just delaying the time they die. And another problem people have with this argument is young teens dieing of drunk driving. But once you think about teens are legally aloud to drink at the age 21. So if they are getting their license the same time they are starting to drink that could actually be a bigger problem.One more reason is that because teens are getting older there will be more things they need to get done outside of school. And if there parents can't take them who will? Kids will start getting jobs by then and that is how most kids make money for collage. Therefore I think that the age for driving should not be raised and should stay the same for those reasons.

National Youth Rights Association

Side: do not raise the driving age
5 points

The driving age should not be raised because it will cause more problems. Most teens are not always happy with there parents, and who do they go to for help when they are mad, they're friends. If teens can't drive to their friends who will they have for support in those times when they feel horrible or mad.

Side: do not raise the driving age
Gummybears12(4) Disputed
2 points

You say that the driving age should not be raised because it will cause more problems but I disagree, Teens that drive to their friends house, will probably just pick them up and drive around, and being mad at their parents won't improve their driving at all because December 29, 2005 four teenage boys from Chicago went out for a late-night drive and had a terrible accident. The driver of the car was 16 and a 16 and a 17 year old died- Alex Koroknay-Palicz Should the driving age be raised to 18?

Side: raise the driving age
5 points

Raising the driving age is just an inconvenience to families with teens. If people raise the driving age who will take teens to games, dances, and to hang out with friends? Says A. J. Rox. Raising the driving age will just make the lives of families with teens even harder. I thought that when you reached the age of 16, had your drivers license, and a car, that having your parents chauffeur you around would be over, I guess all people want to do is add another 2 years for your parental chauffeur. Become a convenience to families with teens fight for keeping the driving age, not an inconvenience.

Side: do not raise the driving age
20pkreie(9) Disputed
1 point

yes but which is worse making life a little bit harder or losing thare teen ager to a car acident.

Side: raise the driving age
4 points

I think that they should not change the driving age to 18. The first reason is supported by Alex Koroknay- Palicz from the National Youth Rights Association saying that the accident rate isn’t gonna go down its just gonna be more 18 year olds instead of 16 year olds because some studies show that most of the accidents were due to inexperience, raising the age limit isnt gonna change the experience level. Also the teens get there driving license because they were safe to be driving on the roads, so it is the driving instructors fault for allowing them to get their license before they were truly ready.

Side: do not raise the driving age
4 points

Raising the driving age is not a good idea says the National Youth Rights Association because at age 18 there is a lot of under age drinkers that start drinking heavily and that will lead to more accidents, and most of the accidents that occur have to do with people under the influence of alcohol.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

If the driving age is raised how will students learn. since when your 18 you are out of high school and drivers ed last more then a year how will you learn, and usually that is the age when people are heading to college or are applying for college, they don't have to be learning to drive. Therefore raising the driving age would cause more problems.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

The driving age limit should not be raised to 18 years old.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

I think the driving age should not be raised to 18 years old

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

The driving age limit should not be raised to 18 years old. I think that because stated by Alex Koroknay-Palicz from the National Youth Rights Association, young teens need cars for transportation. Teens go a lot of places and I'm sure their parents don't want to drive them everywhere they want to go. Also, cars are a big mobility in this county, so if you take it away, that is a huge disruption to the lives of teenagers. Young teens should also have more responsibility and a car is a huge responsibility to have. Knowing that, it is a good thing for young teens. Also it is good for them to develop the responsibility when they are young.

Side: do not raise the driving age
Wnekballa11(6) Disputed
2 points

The driving age should be raised to 18 years old. Too many kids are losing their lives to driving at such a young age. If we were to compare a state with a minimum driving age of 17, to one with 16, we would see that the older the driver the less deaths occur. For instance, New Jersey has a minimum driving age of 17 recorded results for crash-related deaths of 16-17 year old They found that 18 out of 100,000 deaths occurred. While in Connecticut, (minimum driving age of 16 and four months) found that 26 of 100,000 crash-related deaths included 16 year olds.

Gregory T, 2008, Should 16-year-olds drive? Chicago Tribune

Side: raise the driving age
20cpearson(19) Disputed
2 points

That could happen but not always. If the age limit was raised to 18, then that person wouldn't have any experience. But if the driving age stays the same, then people can have an extra year of being responsible and being able to go wherever they want. Again, if the age limit stays the same, teens get two extra years with more experience to drive.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

I believe that the driving age should not be raised to 18 years old. The teenager will be able to get use to driving a vehicle early, which will cause less crashes in the future. If a student gets their license when they are 16, they have time to get use to using a vehicle, and how to drive the car. On the other hand, if the teenager gets their license when they are 18, they are driving a lot more often (jobs, and college) and this could lead to more crashes. "I don't think it matters what age you are," the Hinsdale Central High School sophomore said before hitting the road for her driver's education class, "As long as you have the practice and experience.

I got this information from: "Teen Driving five rules of the road." cnn student news. 22 Oct. 2014. Web. Transcript.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

The driving age is fine in my opinion. It should stay because they will know how to drive earlier than when they could later. Also most teens won't pass there driving test until years after according to northernstar. So I believe it should stay.

Side: do not raise the driving age
3 points

That's true because if they raise it to 18 teens will be going off to college and have to drive farther and have a bigger chance of getting in a car accident and at 18 most teens have jobs and will have to drive there everyday and will also have a higher chance of getting in an accident.

Source-Me

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

I think that the driving age should not be raised because instead of raising the driving age, the government could just have drivers with their temps required to have a certain amount of driving practice so that they would be more experienced when they get their real license. Therefore, I think that instead of raising the driving age, they should require drivers with their temps to practice driving so that they can be more experienced and so that there would be less car accidents.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

According to Alex Palsowasiiz research collector 77% of crashes are made by guys. Therefore if we want to prevent crashes we might as well not allow men to drive.

Side: do not raise the driving age
allipinter(6) Disputed
4 points

Why would we only want to take away the privilege of driving from boys, that would cause many many fights and it wouldn't be fair for them. If men can't drive how would they get around places?

Side: do not raise the driving age
20rkrueger(7) Disputed
4 points

I disagree with that because it is not fair to only take away boys privilege to drive, because they have responsibilities and things they want to do, like hanging out with friends or go to a sporting event, so it is not fair to take away boys privilege to drive, therefore boys driving licenses should not be taken away.

Side: raise the driving age
2 points

“Four teenage boys from Chicago went out for a late night drive and had a terrible accident.” It doesn't matter how old you are anyone can get into an accident including professional drivers you can't blame it on how old they were. In Craig County, Oklahoma Anthony Duane Clarkson was killed in a single car accident he was 50 which shows that not just teenagers get in accidents.

Source- News 9 Tulsa Man Killed In Single-Car Crash Near Ketchum. (n.d.). Retrieved December 8, 2014, from http://www.news9.com/story/27336308/tulsa-man-killed-in-single-car-crash-near-ketchum

Side: do not raise the driving age
20rkrueger(7) Disputed
3 points

I agree with this because it is not the age of the drivers that is making them get into the accidents, it can range in reasons but one main reason is that studies have shown that most of the accidents were due to inexperience, raising the age limit isnt gonna change the experience level.

Side: raise the driving age
20estichart(1) Disputed
2 points

No matter what, deaths will occur. But more deaths will occur for first year drivers. 33% of deaths among 13 to 19-year-olds in 2010 occurred in motor vehicle crashes. Also statistics show that the 16-17 year old crash rate has always gone up since 2010. And 1 in 5 16-year-old drivers has been in an accident in the first years. I got my information from Dosomething.org.

Side: raise the driving age
2 points

If there was a bridge that doesn't mean there is going to be more accidents, NYRA studies shows that most of the accidents have to occur with drunk driving.

Side: do not raise the driving age
2 points

I believe that states should not raise the driving age. Because taking away youngsters licenses will result with nothing, but a lot of chauffeuring from parents. Also, kids take the job of driving more seriously than older people do. Changing the driving age is not a matter of safety, it is a matter of Justice.

Side: do not raise the driving age
1 point

they say that you shod raise the driving age but i think not if you start driving at a younger age you get more intersperses driving and you get to no the road better also you get a feal for the car and get to no it better

Side: do not raise the driving age
20estichart(1) Disputed
2 points

I believe that it should be raised. The drivers can practice earlier and then they can see where the driver is by the age of 18.

Side: raise the driving age
1 point

I do not dare say that this will help to improve the situation with accidents. I work in maxhomework.com and every day I communicate with students, so the problem is not at age, but in the people themselves

Supporting Evidence: maxhomework.com (maxhomework.com)
Side: do not raise the driving age