Instead, a good idea would be to increase the amount of time a teen needs a permit for, in order to get more experience before actually getting a license. Advocates of raising the driving age often cite immaturity as a reason that the sixteen to eighteen age group has so many crashes. This is the part of the problem that raising the driving age will best address, but not all young drivers are immature. It would be unfair to punish the group as a whole for the actions of a few. Besides, there is already a way to prevent teens from driving before they are ready.
The punishment is also given based on whether the driver is a new or learning driver or if the driver is fully licensed. Newer drivers are punished more severely as the need for education and correction is essential and urgent. However, this system targets every driver on the road and is used to promote safe driving practice towards any driver on the road. In conclusion, the Ontario Regulation 455/07 and the Demerit Points System are two important documents that every driver must follow in order to insure security on the road. Can you imagine what the roads would be without these regulations and system?
Such as steroids, that improves athlete’s performance increasing 40 percent the chances of winning each games. In fact, medical arguments against of using enhancing drugs because it can cause major health risk to the human body and increase behaviors. Every competitive sport has rules to be follow. They created to ensure a fair game and an even playing field for all competitors. An anti-doping program in the U.S tries to prevent sport athlete from cheating; unfortunately, became less strict often blocked by unions and contracts.
If I could create a new law it would be no texting or calling while driving. Texting while driving can be very dangerous, and has already resulted in the deaths and injuries of countless numbers of drivers. Calling while driving has also had many of the same results as texting while driving which is why I think that should not be allowed as well. This new law should be passed because drivers will be less distracted, it could save many lives, and it would be safer for everyone. Texting or calling while driving can be one of the most dangerous distractions, and the could both lead to death or injury.
It could be you or your loved one in that small fraction. Also just because someone’s life wasn’t taken from texting and driving doesn’t mean it hasn’t affected their life in some way or another. For example, most of these collisions that don’t end in death either in my brain injury, paralyzation and so on. Texting is one of the most dangerous things you can do on the road. I can almost guarantee you that without awareness of this issue these numbers will continue to rise.
This helps to stop accidents because it removes distractions from a p-plate driver so they can focus solely on driving. Another danger P-plate drivers face while on the roads is their driving speed. If a driver is going too fast, they are not able to stop fast enough or pay enough attention while driving, which can cause accidents. The current p-plate laws are effective in reducing accidents through a drivers speed by introducing laws which limit p-plate drivers to the speed of 90km/h, as well as not allowing p-plate drivers to drive turbo or supercharged engines or have modifications in their engines. These p-plate laws are affective in reducing accidents on the road, because they reduce p-plate drivers to a low speed as well as slow cars.
The issue of police chases has been around for years yet has been swept under the radar by some ‘more important’ issues. There are two sides. The side that believe that police chase restrictions are fine the way they are, and then there’s the side that believe there should be a greater restriction on police chases. Maintaining a saddened yet serious tone, Loraine Bennett contends in her opinion piece ‘My son paid the ultimate price’ (Herald Sun, December 29th, 2011) that police chase restrictions need to be tighter. King intends to persuade any car driver and the general public that the restrictions on police car chases not only need to be stricter and safer, they also need to be better followed by police engaging in car chases.
My first time driving I learned soon that you need to speed. Everyone speeds and if you don’t speed you get honked at. If you follow the speed limit then you’re looked at weird by people and you get cursed at, because you’re not speeding. So many people speed that it’s socially okay for people to do it. It is not okay if everyone starts to speed then there will be more accidents.
To me it is dangerous to use your head and neck to ram someone in order to knock them down. People think that racing is dangerous because of the speeds, look at how many football players were paralyzed this year and even killed compared to racing. Race cars are actually way safer than regular street cars. Now that I have given my opinion, I hope I can make a point without sounding rude or ignorant. My feelings are strong for racing like theirs is for other sports.
Another main reason is that even if a person was to be texting while driving most of the time he or she will not admit to it. This would cause for less evidence in a case where someone was injured in an accident. This source would be important to me in most of my essay in most of it. It has some good facts stated by a lawyer who is involved in lawsuits relating to car wrecks while texting and driving. The source states that a person texting while driving can be following the laws while texting and driving, and another person might be the cause of the wreck.