Positive Changes From Teen Driving Crack-Down
For everyone with the exception of teenagers on the brink of their license or enduring patient waiting for driving privileges, California’s teen driving laws are a source of great relief and increased highway security. California’s mandates that teens must have at least 50 hours of supervised driving, be 15 ½, be supervised if driving after 11pm, and cannot transport peers for the first year behind the wheel, are producing a significant decline in teen driving accidents.
It appears that California has set a standard for other states concerned with teen driving accidents. The truth is that a new, inexperienced driver, especially being a teenager with an “invincible” attitude, needs more than a big SUV and an automotive warranty to ensure less physical and vehicle repair accident consequences. Laws enforcing limitations and gradual earning of driving privileges can keep young drivers from getting ahead of themselves on the highway, and keep other motorists safer as well.
- Positive Driving Changes
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