Only those aged 21 and above should be allowed to drive.
I am disagree with the statement of “only those aged 21 and above should be allowed to drive”. A driving licence is required before a person is allowed to drive a motor vehicle of any description on a road. In Malaysia and some other countries, the legal driving age is 17 years old. Even me, as an 18 years old teenager, I already have my own driving licence. There are some reasons why teenagers under age of 21, which is 17 years old should be allowed to drive. First and foremost, students nowadays are getting more brilliant so they tend to study abroad or far from their hometown as they usually will get a great offer from any well-known universities. They will absolutely need a transport so that it will be easier for them to go anywhere and they do not need to depend too much on public transport. Furthermore, driving their own car can actually help them save more money. Next, teenagers can learn to be adults. By allowing teenagers under 21 years old to drive, we are actually giving them a chance to show and prove themselves as adults. Yes, I admit that some people might think that majority teenagers aged 17 consider driving as one of their way to have fun on the road, but with the right way, we can avoid them from doing so by exposing the bad consequences of driving recklessly. This alternative way can totally make them aware so that they will be a good driver on the road. Last but not least, raising the legal driving age to 21 may contribute to the increasing of illegal drivers on the road. Proven can be taken from most of the graduated students from high school, they tend to try something new especially while they are waiting for their Malaysian Certificate of Education (SPM), which to be specified here is, driving. This may also lead to the increasing of accidents on the road. In a nutshell, driving should not only allowed...
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