Wednesday-Friday: October 31st- November 2nd: Teen Drivers

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2) Start your Tier 2 Vocabulary assignment

Objectives:

Students will read critically for information, understanding, and connection to self.

Students will practice their tier 2 vocabulary and personnally connect to their new words.

Students will practice summarizing.

Daily Assignment:

A. Tier 2 Vocabulary: For each vocabulary word, find a picture and post a link for the picture that represents the word.

Applied Communications:

1) Address: verb (action)= to speak towards or communicate towards

Example: Keanna addressed her teacher in a polite manner.

2) Affect: verb (action)= to produce results

Reading to your child affects their future reading skills.

Reading Strategies:

1 ) acronym: a word formed from the first letters of  a title or organization

Example: (MSB=McCluer South Berkley)

2) analysis: to study something in order to break it  into smaller parts

Example: The doctor did an analysis of the test results in order to figure out what was wrong with the patient

B. Critical Reading Assignment:

Read the article from the following link: http://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/10_08_12/book#/6

As you read questions:

Introduction:

1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive?

2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.

3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions?  What are the they calling the laws?

Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?

2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?

3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?

C) Use the following statistics from this link to answer the below questions:

Link: http://upfront.scholastic.com/resource/issues/F49E2667-0621-024C-85E0292F7C491706/printables-20120925130840.pdf

Critical Thinking Questions:

1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers?
2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults?
3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why?
4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people?
5. What statistics surprise you most?

D. Final Anaysis:

What do you think about teen driving laws?  What is your opinion?  Support your opinion with at least 3 text-supported details.

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122 thoughts on “Wednesday-Friday: October 31st- November 2nd: Teen Drivers

  1. 1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive? because younger students do stupid things behind the wheel

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.
    -in south carolina, teenager can’t drive after 6p.m.
    -in idaho there banned from driving sunup to sundown
    -new jersey has an 11p.m. curfew

    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws? because every student is not irrespossible like all teens.

    Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?

    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?

    • 1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?
      there not good at it

      2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages? beucz threre are to many death in young drivers

      3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous? he said we have teens fighting in wars and cant drive aftere 11

  2. Acronym- a word formed from the first letters of a title of an organization.

    http://elyob.blogspot.com/2009/05/if-acronym-was-acronym.html

    I chose this picture because it shows what an acronym is.

    Analysis- to study something in order, break down into smaller parts.

    http://www.123rf.com/photo_8840158_analysis-magnifying-glass-over-background-with-different-association-terms-vector-illustration.html

    I chose this picture because it shows what analysis’ means. It shows different ways in saying analysis.

  3. 1-This is to limit the risk of accidents and to make the road safer for everyone. 2- Texas, California, and Utah all have very restrictive laws on young drivers. 3- They don’t like the restrictions and they call them unfair.

  4. Acronymhttp://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=acronym&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&bpcl=36601534&safe=active&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=HTGRUKiFK4HlyAGFq4DwDw&biw=1024&bih=672&sei=LjGRUIuyC-WuyQGz9IC4AQ#biv=i|9;d|1sbswkwEpn_RfM:this pic shows different examples of acronym
    Analysishttp://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&tbo=d&biw=1024&bih=672&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=analysis&oq=analysis&gs_l=img.1.0.0l10.199253.210707.0.212214.14.13.1.0.0.1.238.1328.3j7j1.11.0…0.0…1ac.1.n5n5bkmKmmo#biv=i|5;d|6cM_h2ffj-E_eM:the man in this pic is analyzing his work or studies.

    • Unsafe behind the wheel?
      That is true because its more teen that have car crashes,because they have to any friends in the car,texting while driving,sometimes they even race with they other friends.They also have trouble multitasking with the radio and texting ex

  5. Acronym-http://www.zazzle.com/teacher_acronym_mousepad-144855836841787424

    Analysis-http://www.isorequirements.com/iso_9001_8.4_analysis_of_data.html

  6. 1. Car accidents are the leading causing of deaths on teens.

    2. They think the text is so important and they are paying attention on the road while on there phone and think it can’t happen to them.

    3. No

    4. No because adults get into accidents to.

    5. I was just surprised that car accidents are leading cause of teen deaths and most of them happen when another teen is driving

  7. 1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive? because younger students do stupid things behind the wheel

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.
    -in south carolina, teenager can’t drive after 6p.m.
    -in idaho there banned from driving sunup to sundown
    -new jersey has an 11p.m. curfew

    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws? because every student is not irrespossible like all teens.

    Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?

    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?

    Acronym:http://www.theredboxblog.com/2010/11/28/chaotic-acronyms/

    Because it shows how the words on the door are being shorter

  8. 1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive?
    More states are adding restrictions of teens driving because of how they act irresponsibly behind the wheel.

  9. 2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.

    -South Carolina: Teens can’t drive after 6 p.m. in the winter and 8 p.m. in the summer.
    -Idaho: Teens are banned from driving from sunup to sundown.
    -New Jersey: Teens can’t get their liscense untul their 17 years old.

  10. 3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws?
    The young people are taking issue with the driving restrictions because they feel that the law is singling them out for all of the accidents that have been happening and they are calling the laws blatantly discriminitory.

  11. 1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?
    The article states that teens have trouble driving when there is music playing, talking to friends, and texting. The article states that this is all hazardous to their saftey.

  12. 2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?
    The Congress offered highway safety grants to the states if they strengthen the teens driving skills.

  13. As you read questions:

    Introduction:

    1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive?

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.

    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws?

    Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?

    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?

    1. because there are unsupervised drivers without lisence

    2. texas, arizona, and california all three of these states have the same law about driving as a teen

    3. it could make crash rates higher and they call this law nadel.

  14. 1) Car accidents are the leading causing of deaths on teens.
    2)-in south carolina, teenager can’t drive after 6p.m.
    -in idaho there banned from driving sunup to sundown
    -new jersey has an 11p.m. curfew.
    3)

    • 3) The young people are taking issue with the driving restrictions because they feel that the law is singling them out for all of the accidents that have been happening and they are calling the laws blatantly discriminitory.

      1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?
      * Studies show that teens tend tp overrate their driving skills and underrate risk on the road .
      2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?
      *They offered saftey grant.
      3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?
      *Kyliegh’s law violates federal driving privacy laws.

  15. 1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive? So that teens can be more safer.

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers. MO and D.C. has both laws but MS and FL only has one of the law because they think that they dont need both laws and MO and D.C think that they need only one of the laws.

    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws? Because they want to do anything they want to do in the car. They are calling the laws blatantly discriminatory.

    Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking? talking on the phone, listening to music,or texting and the crash rate want up by 44%

    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages? They are offering highway safety grants.

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous? That Kyleigh’s Laws violates federal driver privacy laws.

  16. 1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers? Because they be texting and talking on the phone while older people dont do all that other stuff
    2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults? Because they force on they phone not the road.
    3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why? Yes because they be texting and i just told they to forces on the road.
    4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people? Because they keep they eyes on the road and not on they phone.
    5. What statistics surprise you most? That teens dont keep they eyes on the road when they texting, talking, listening to music and to me that is dumb because i know alot of people who listen to music and still stay force on the road

  17. 1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive? * Because they are having accidents and are leading to causes of deaths and has more accidents than the older people.

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.*-In South Carolina teens cant drive after 6:00pm
    in the winter.-In New Jersey requires first-year drivers under 21 to attach a red decal to their liscence plate.

    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws?

  18. 1) The states are scared that teens are vdangerous to drive around so they are more hostile.

    3) When they get a liscense they get excited and go crazy?????? Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    Section 2:

    1) It hightens?? the risk of them having an accidient

  19. Intro : 1-This is to limit the risk of accidents and to make the road safer for everyone.
    2- Texas, California, and Utah all have very restrictive laws on young drivers.
    3- They don’t like the restrictions and they call them unfair.
    Section 2 : 1- Studies have shown that teens tend to overrate their driving skills and underrate risk on the road.
    2- Congress offer states highway safety grants to states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages.
    3- Attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous because marketing a teen car may attract predators.

    • 1. Because they are to worried about thier phones and texting.
      2.Because it is a distraction.
      3.No,
      4.Yes , because they have more experience.
      5.Only 45% of teens will speak up if they are scared or uncomfortable as a passenger.

      • Final Anaysis: I think teen driving laws are unfair. I think this because in New Jersey they now require first year drivers under 21 to attach a red decal to their license plates to make it easier for the police to enforce an 11p.m. curfew and passenger restrictions.

  20. 3)Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions?What are they calling the laws? *-They think it is blantantly discriminatory and they have unintended downside.

  21. Intro
    1.) Cause teens are at high risk of having an accident.
    2.) How far they can drive, who they can drive with, and when they can drive.
    3.) Because it limits them, and they believe that it’s discrimatory.

  22. why are more states adding together restrictions on how when teens can drive.
    cause if to many people are in the car u can have a car crash etc.

    south carolina teens cant drive after 6pm in winter an 8pm in summer
    idaho teens are banned from driving from sundown an sun up
    new jersey now requires1st year drivers under 21

    young people are having issuse with the laws cause they dont want to stayin the house all day

  23. Introduction:

    1) Why are more states adding tougher restrictions on how and when teens can drive?because alot of teens drive without license and get into car accidents

    2) Give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers.north dakota curfew only, soth dakota curfew only MScurfew only
    3) Why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? What are the they calling the laws?BECAUSE THEY WANT TO DO ANYTHING THEY WANT TO DO IN THERE CAR
    Section 2: Texting Behind the Wheel

    1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?talking on the phone, texting and crash rate

    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages?they offering highway saftey grants

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be dangerous?that kyelighs laws violates federal driver privacy laws

  24. 1 More states are adding more restrictions on how and when teens drive because they want the rate of teen crashes to go down.

    2. South carolina, teens can’t drive after 6 p.m in winter and 8 p.m in summer
    Idaho, teens are banned from driving from sundown to sunup
    new jersey now requires drivers under 21 must have a red decal to alert the police to enforce curfew 11 p.m

  25. 2) give three examples of specific states and the laws they created to impose tougher restrictions on teen drivers- in south carolina teens can’t drive after 6p.m in winter 8p.m in summer, Idaho- they’re banned from driving from sundown to sunup, New Jersey- requires first year drivers under 21 to attach a red decal to their license plates to make it easier for police to enforce 11p.m curfew and passengers allowed

  26. 3) why are young people taking issue with the driving restrictions? what are they calling the laws? “discriminatory” because that restrictions for young drivers may lead to higher incidence of fatal accidents for 18yr olds because they didn’t get enough experience earlier

  27. 1. Teens have the most issues with multitasking.
    2. Offered highway safety grants.
    3. Marking a car a “teen” car could attract predators.

  28. 1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers?
    they done have enough driving experince
    2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults?
    when you texting you eyes are not on the road
    3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why? yeah becuz they had just got there driver licents
    4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people?
    yes bucuz they have over an average of 15 years driving
    5. What statistics surprise you most?
    10 teens die everday in a car crash

  29. Applied Communications:

    1) Address: verb (action)= to speak towards or communicate towards

    Example: Keanna addressed her teacher in a polite manner.

    2) Affect: verb (action)= to produce results

    Reading to your child affects their future reading skills.

  30. Reading Strategies:

    1 ) acronym: a word formed from the first letters of a title or organization

    Example: (MSB=McCluer South Berkley)

    2) analysis: to study something in order to break it into smaller parts

    Example: The doctor did an analysis of the test results in order to figure out what was wrong with the patient

  31. 1 ) acronym: a word formed from the first letters of a title or organization

    Example: (MSB=McCluer South Berklely)

    2) analysis: to study something in order to break it into smaller parts

    Example: The doctor did an analysis of the test results in order to figure out what was wrong with the patient

    1) Last year i went to mwm.

    2) The doctor use a ear phones to listen to the person heart.

  32. What do you think about teen driving laws? What is your opinion? Support your opinion with at least 3 text-supported details. i think teen are dangerrous behind a wheel and not good drivers, teens die everday in a crash, teeens crash 4 times more then other drivers, 3,115 teens died in car crashes in 2010..

  33. 1. Teens tend to have a more daring attitude.
    2. Cause you are taking your eyes of the road and get distracted.
    3. No
    4. Of course, they had way more experience and more maturity.
    5. Teen driving risks increases by 44 percent by adding one passenger.

  34. Reading Strategies:

    1 ) acronym: a word formed from the first letters of a title or organization

    Example: (MSB=McCluer South Berkley)

    2) analysis: to study something in order to break it into smaller parts

    Example: The doctor did an analysis of the test results in order to figure out what was wrong with the patient

    1 ) Last year I attended BMS.

    2 )The scientist did an analysis of the animal skins to figure out what the animal is.

  35. why do you think that teens are more prone to car accidents than older people? because teens are used to multitasking doing more than one thing at a time which affects thier concentration on the road

  36. C) Use the following statistics from this link to answer the below questions:

    Link: http://upfront.scholastic.com/resource/issues/F49E2667-0621-024C-85E0292F7C491706/printables-20120925130840.pdf

    Critical Thinking Questions:

    1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers?
    – Teens Are More Reckless and are so anxious to get where they’re going.
    2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults?
    – People Are looking away from the raod.
    3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why?
    – Yes, I Tightened my seatbelt, and told them to slow down.
    4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people?
    – They are more expirenced.
    5. What statistics surprise you most?
    – 80% of all crashes involve driver inattention within 3 seconds of the crash.

  37. why do you think that texting is a factor in so many car crashes for teens and adults? because once your texting your taking your eyes off the road and people don’t understand that alot can happen in seconds which makes texting one of the main factors of car crashes

  38. I think that the teen driving laws are pretty well centered. It’s all to help them in the end of the day. They put up driving laws to restrict young people, as well as reward any state that try to limit teen death rate by driving.

  39. 1) Address: verb (action)= to speak towards or communicate towards

    Example: Keanna addressed her teacher in a polite manner.

    2) Affect: verb (action)= to produce results

    Reading to your child affects their future reading skills.

    1) My mom adressed me about my room.

    2) When the doctor affect towards the results to the test.

  40. 1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers?
    *because they worry about texting and talking while driving and not paying attention to the roads.
    2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults?
    *because people think texting and returning a message is more important than driving and gettin to thei destination safely.

    3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why? *no.because i knew that they could drive,and they wasnt texting or anything.

    4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people? *because they have more experience.

    5. What statistics surprise you most? * 80% of all crahses involve driver inattention within three seconds of the crash.

  41. part 2
    ens cant do alot of things like text talk play around wen there driving.

    2) congress offer highway safty grants to states.

    3iolates the laws an attract predators

  42. have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? if so what did you do and why – yes I have felt unsafe while my aunt was driving when she was 17 going on to 18 because she used to text and drive and listen to music at the same time so I told her that she was going over the speed limit and was tailgating another ride when she saw what she was doing she slowed down and stopped texting, I told her the mistake she was making because she could have put us in danger

  43. 1) What do studies show about teen drivers concerning multitasking?
    studies have shown that teens tend no overrate their driving skills and underrate risk on the road.
    2) What did Congress offer states if they strengthen teen driving laws and crack down on texting-and-driving for all ages? Highway saftely

    3) Why does the attorney Trautmann say that some of the laws might be?
    it might be dangerous

  44. What do you think about teen driving laws? What is your opinion? Support your opinion with at least 3 text-supported details. Teen driving laws are good i guess for certain teens.because some teens dont care about the laws and they text while driving anyway and put people in danger.Then if they get to drive later in the night they might go to a party or something and get drunk and try to drive and kill theyself or somebody else.

  45. D. Final Anaysis:

    What do you think about teen driving laws? What is your opinion? Support your opinion with at least 3 text-supported details.

    I Believe that teen laws are good because teens are the only ones who make these kinda mistakes. teeens should be watched over alot more carfuly, and taken alot more serious.

  46. What do you think about teen driving laws? What is your opinion? Support your opinion with at least 3 text-supported details.

    I think teen driving laws is okay and that as long as we get to drive then its okay. Like New Jersey now require first year drivers under 21

  47. 1. they are most likely to have an accident because most teens dont know how to handle being behind the wheel such as texting, playing with friends, and playing games on their on phone.

    2. texting is a factor teens teenagers are easily distracted because they feel its better to text then to stay alive.

    3. yes simple to the fact that at one time a friend of mines speed through 4 red lights do to the fact that he was on the phone.

    4. adults have more experience than us why because they turn they phones off when they drive and they obey all road rules.

    5. what surprise me the most is seeing the rates of so many teens dying in america do to recless driving

  48. do you think that adults are better drivers than teens? I say no because the only reason why adults don’t get into more accidents like us is becaust they already had their experiences from which they learned from which does in some way make them better drivers than us

  49. what statistics surprise me the most? well I’d have to say that if a teen doesn’t get thier freedom to drive freely then they might end up never going to be great driver is what surprised me the most

  50. critical thinking
    1cause teens like to talk to there friends an b on the phone an older people some times just like to drive an get to were there going.

    2cause they want to text while there driving an they dont keep there eyes on the road.

    3no cause i never been an a car while a nother teen was driving.

    4some times cause it depends on who the person is.

  51. 3. the young people do not like the laws because they dont want to come in the house early and while they are out they dont want to what the want in their car at their own time.

    section 2
    1. Studies show that teens try to multitask by listening to the radio, texting freinds and also talking on the phone

    2. The congress offered states highway safety

    3. Trautmann thought some of these were dangerous laws because it violates federal driver privacy laws and can attract teen predators

    critical thinking questions:
    1.Teens are more prone to car acciedents than older people because they want to multitask instead of looking at the road and focusing on the road

    2.Texting is a factor beacuse most people think that a text message is more important than their lives and other peoples lives.

    3. No, because they do not text and driving at the same time

    4. No, because they are just as prone as teens because adults are wanting to talk on the phone or get under the influence and cause car acciedents .

    5. Texting behind the wheel because they shouldnt be doing that

  52. my opinion about this whole thing i dont think they sould band teen driving. because we want to cherish the moment when we get our first car. if we drive safe and permitted to drive.

  53. 1. Why do you think teens are more prone to car accidents than older drivers?Its there first time driving.

    2. Why do you think texting is a factor in so many crashes—for teens and adults?because they dont pay attention to the road.

    3. Have you ever felt unsafe while another teen was driving? If so, what did you do and why?
    yes. bbeacuse they was going to fast
    4. Do you think adults are better drivers than young people?yes becuase they know how to drive better than teens do

    5. What statistics surprise you most?
    when people drive

  54. What do you think about teen driving?
    I think it’s not a good thing for teens to drive because they like to text or be on the phone while they are driving. They like to drive fast and that causes accidents. That’s why i think teens should not drive.

  55. My opinion on teen driving laws that they are a little bit to strict for teens and teenagers shouldnt need a curfew and thats how they get practice on there driving skills. That is my opinion on teen driving laws

  56. Critical Thinking Questions:

    1. When teens get the right to drive they get excited and do crazy stuffisis.
    2. Some teens don’t pay attention to their surroundings when the text peoples.
    3. Not really i dont pay attention.
    4. It depends on if you can multi task.
    5. 3115 teens died in a car crash in 2010.

  57. 1.) I think that authorities have increased restrictions on teen drivers, because teen drivers are having more and more accidents.

    2.) South Carolina put a restriction on teen drivers after 6 p.m. in the winter time. Idaho won’t let teen drivers drive from sundown to sunup. New Jersey makes their teen drivers under 21 put a special sign on their license plate so its easier to catch them.

    3.) Teens don’t like this because they feel it is discriminatory.

    4.)Studies show that teens overrate their driving skills while multitasking.

    5.) Congress offered highway safety grants to states that enforced teen restrictions.

    6.) Trauttman said that marking a teen car could attract predators.

  58. 1.) Teens are more prone to accidents than older drivers because they don’t have much experience and we are distracted easily.

    2.) Texting is a factor because you may think you’re aware of something you’re not and that causes a lot of problems while driving.

    3.) I was never in the car with another person while they were texting and driving.

    4.) I think that older drivers and younger drivers are equally the same in terms of skills in driving, but older drivers just have more experience.

    5.) I was surprised that 44 states have driving restrictions on young drivers.

  59. Section 1
    1. States are adding tougher laws, because teens have the highest rate for car accidents.

    2.In south Carolina, teenagers can’t drive after 6pm in winter (8pm in summer). In Idaho they’re banned from driving from sundown to sunup. New Jersey, f8irst year drivers under 21 to attach a red decal to their license plates to make it easier for police to enforce an 11pm curfew.

    3. It’s taking away some of their freedom. Teens are calling these laws Discriminatory.

    Section 2
    1. They have a garder time multi-tasking.

    2.they offered highway safety grants to strengthen teen driving laws.

    3.They think that marking the teen car will attract predators.

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