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I also disagree, because people judge you by your age before they have ever seen you drive. Some 16 year olds could be way more mature than some 18 year olds. Bad driving behavior can occur in people who are 20 years old. But, that doesn't mean we should ban all 20 year olds from driving. Just like we shouldn't ban driving from 16 year olds.
I also think that the driving age should not be raised because teenagers need to be able to drive themselves places. If kids cannot drive themselves to dates, dances, and other events, their parents will have to. Most parents do not have a lot of extra time to be able to run kids around town whenever they need it.
I agree with Samara because your brain has barely developed more at age 18, than 16. Your brain is not fully developed until age 20. Therefore, if kids start driving at he 16 it is no different than driving at age 18. Also, studies show that adults start drinking at age 18. Which means more dangerous drunk drivers on the road.
I believe the driving age should not be raised. Many car accidents are caused because of inexperience, and driving at age 18 wouldn't make a difference of the number of inexperienced drivers on the road. Raising the driving age will not stop people from dying, it just delays the time they die.
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