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Well if the parents had the time to drive there kids places when they were younger why does it have to change when they turn a certain age. What i'm trying to say is how did the kids get to school when they were younger? There parents might have brought them, they may have took the bus and they may have walked or biked to school so once again why does everything have to change when they turn a certain age?

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I agree, 18 year old's will more likely make smarter choices then 16 year old's. And if they are going to be moving out of the house and going to college they will have to start making smarter choices and becoming more responsible.

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I believe that the driving age should be raised to 18.

Reason#1 There will be less acidentss and more lives will be saved.

Evidence #1 Between 1995-2004 there were 39,917 fatalities in accidents that involved 15 to 17 year olds.

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