A: the debate on whether or not the legal driving age should be raised to 18 has been an issue for more than a decade but, as of january 2015, no law has come full answer filed under.
There’s no easy answer, unfortunately, for determining if the legal driving age should be raised for every statistic, there’s a caveat, and for every argument, there’s a counterargument to grasp the complexity of the situation, here are the most prominent issues to consider.
The other 10 percent of the decision that the driver’s age should not be 18 is the correlation between driving and having a job in personal experience, coordinating a ride to and from work is a.
The institute's 17-page report collects research on the minimum driving age from the united states and countries that have higher licensing ages the research shows states are making progress in reducing the no 1 killer of teens—motor vehicle crashes—through graduated driver licensing. Will raising the age to 17 or 18 give a kid more experience — or less maybe the age at which we begin to train kids to drive should be lowered, not raised does it make more — or less — sense to toss a kid with zero hours behind the wheel a set of car keys at 17 or 18, when he is inches way from being legally free of any parental.
“if the driving age is raised then should older adults have to retake the driving test” wilkinson said “pretty much everyone in my class, including me, agreed that if they up the driving age older people should have to do that” wilkinson said she thinks 16 is a good age, when teens are maturing. But driving is deadly for all age groups what’s interesting is the leading cause of death for 15 to 24 year olds is auto accidents they are the only age group where this is true.