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Forum > Luận văn tiếng Anh >> Driving The Streets With Ease

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 Post by: webmaster
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 ID 13516
 Date: 08/06/2006


Driving The Streets With Ease
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Last month, I was driving to school, and came across some frightening incidents. First I saw an older lady, probably in her 70s driving on the wrong side of the road. Later on that afternoon I saw a teenager run a red light, and cause a major accident in the intersection. Then there are middle-aged people who are late for work, or talking on their cat phones, not paying attention to the road at all. California has a serious problem with the way people drive in our state.
The driving age is sixteen years old, in the state of California. There is no age that expires you to drive in California. There are times when you have to renew your license, and take a written test. But is that enough? They spend much too little time on allowing people to drive n California. There are many lives taken due to automobile accidents. People are too careless, and need to realize that they a driving a loaded weapon. The public does not think about all the other peoples' lives that are in their hand. The state needs to take control of the situation.
I propose that the DMV needs stricter regulations. First, the driving test is much too simple. The person taking the test only drives for about a quarter of a mile. Sometimes they will not even take the person on the freeway. It should be mandatory that people drive at least two miles on the freeway and two miles on the side roads. I also propose that the lowest passing grade on the test should be ninety percent. I think passing with seventy percent is unexceptable. There is no reason why people should get less the ninety, when they are supposed to be driving their best. That is a very frightening idea. The DVM should give a mandatory driving test every four year to keep a license. This will assure that the persons driving have remained consistent.
There will be many people that will object to this. The state will to hire more people to word in the DMV. The public will not like the idea of going to the DMV that many times and having to take a test. Life if more valuable than any of these matters. The state must put the publics' life at first priority. The public should have nothing to be upset or worry about, as long as they know how to drive well. If they do not, then they have no business being on the road anyway.
Cars are loaded weapons. Who would want someone who does not know how to use a gun, using it, right in their vaccinate. There are also older people who might object, because it will be much more difficult to keep their license, due to a loss of hearing or eyesight. Many also may be senile, which would cause them not to get a license. While at this time they may still drive.
Something must be done to do away with the hazards of driving automobiles. We cannot rule our driving completely, but we can make it safer for our children and loved ones.


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 Date: 01/08/2007


  profile - trang ca nhan  posts - bai da dang  edit - sua bai, thay doi   post reply - goy y kien, dang bai
I think that everything depends on people themselves. They may have never passed a driving test, but they never make accidents. I myself know a young man who has easily passed the driving test three times (!!!), he drives skillfully as a dancer dances (!) but U know, he got an accident last two weeks and he made an old man go to hospital with him. The problem is that you keep the traffic laws or not.
Good luck, everybody.


 
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