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Should Young Adults With Driving Violations Be Allowed To Have A License?

Looks like little Miss Lohan got herself into yet another accident today in California. PopSugar mentioned that it's time she get herself a driver and I happen to agree. What's it going to take to get her off the roads?

I know that she claims these accidents only happen because the paparazzi is following her, but sooner or later someone is going to get hurt. This is no longer an excuse. Do you think that after having more than one driving or traffic violation, those under 21 years of age should be allowed to drive a car?

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Lindsb Lindsb 10 years
Oh man, this is a tough one. I started driving at 16 and had several accidents (I was AWFUL at backing up.. haha). I never got new cars though. I always worked very hard for what I had.. my first car only lasted a couple months. The second one.. lasted awhile actually.. until my 2nd year of college.. but it got pretty beat up. And the 3rd car.. only one accident which wasn't my fault. And.. now I'm an adult and finally have a nice car (for about 1.5 years) and last spring someone t-boned my car. Maybe I just have the WORST luck in the world? Haha.
cubadog cubadog 10 years
I think the whole driving thing should be like it is over in Europe. You have to be 18 and go to driving school. Unlike here it is considered a privledge not a right. I know that in Germany that the test is really hard you can only get 4 or 5 questions wrong out of 75 otherwise you fail and no license for you.
la_clique la_clique 10 years
TN has the points system, too. LL's insurance must be skyhigh...too bad she could afford it.
mmmmmm mmmmmm 10 years
when i was younger I had several friends that lost their licences for "excessive points"

I Colorado as well as in other states your are given a few points when you get your drivers licence, for each violation you lose points (more for sever offenses and less for things like improper lane change).

At 18 you get additional points and again at 21. After the age of 21 your points are restored every 3 or 4 years. I think it's a good system.
JessNess JessNess 10 years
This is tricky. Im 19 have been driving since I was 15 without a single accident or ticket .:knock on wood:. But I know a lot of people who have been in multiple accidents. I think that a lot parents are too easy on their kids. A lot of kids I knew would just get new cars if they totaled their old ones. They never learn to appreciate them. I think if parents stop giving them new cars and doing everythinf for them they may be more careful when driving. I alway had this theory that people are either good drivers or bad drivers. It seems that some people were just not meant to drive. They were bad drivers when they were learning and will never improve. I think a people put a lot of focus on how horrible teen drivers are when they should really look at adult drivers. They are some of the worst drivers I have seen
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