Although most people think that getting a probationary license is a waste of time, I know that the more effort and time you put into something, the easier and safer the experience will be for you in the end. There are so many benefits that come along with this primary license that if you just ignore it, then anything afterward will be on you. This means, it would be your fault, in other words, and you may have been able to prevent certain things, but you simply just didn’t put in enough effort to take those benefits, and it could be for the worse if you don’t. Safety, education, and effort are all important reasons as to why you should have a probationary license. It could be life-saving. Plus, you can never have too much help.
Have you ever been in a car accident before? I have, and it’s scary. But, when I felt the reassuring tug of the seatbelt on my shoulder and stomach- preventing me from crashing through the windshield – I was so relieved. When driving, you should pay attention to the rules so that not as many accidents mistakes happen. An example of an important rule is the time limits for a probationary license. When you are younger, you get more easily tired than adults. This is why there is a restriction for the probationary license, for the younger generation. When you’re under 17, you have to drive before 11 p.m. and after 5 a.m. Obviously, if you have a religious activity you can go, but this rule is just to make sure that when people are driving they are alert and NOT tired. Another variable that will make teens safer drivers are the safety decals. They alert other drivers as well as police officers that someone is a new driver. This can tell officers that you are new and may be inexperienced (more than others). So if you stop by the road, simply because you’re lost or since you have ran out of...