Some also consider driving as games where they try various skills through dangerous and unsafe practices.
Since teenagers are in the developmental process and have interest to know many, they become vulnerable to distractions (Plotnik & Kouyoumjian, 2011).
Teenagers are usually very curious and tend to try many things irrespective of the dangers attributed to their practices (Plotnik & Kouyoumjian, 2011).
Leaving such individuals to drive is very risky since they will be in their continuous process of learning.
For example, most teenagers do not consider fastening of seat belt as a safety measure when driving in a car.
CDC (2012) confirms that research conducted in 2011 to determine frequency and circumstance when teenagers fasten seat belts, 54% of the participants reported to have fastened seat belts only when riding in a car with an adult.Another reason why teenagers should not drive relates to high risks of teens to involve in fatal accidents.In facts, statistics confirm that accident caused by teen drivers consist the greatest percentage of accidents reported in America.According to statistics of CDC (2012), seven teens died every day from road accidents tat majorly involved ten driving in 2010.CDC (2012) adds that per every mile, teenager drivers in the age bracket between 16 and 19 years are thrice likely to involve in fatal car crash than those above 20 years.Road carnage statistics gathered in 2010 indicates that 2700 teens between 16 and 19 years died in road accidents where drivers were teenagers.Besides the deaths, about 282000 of teenagers suffered serious injuries from car crashes that necessitated their admission in emergency departments.This paper presents both sides of the arguments regarding teenage driving.Argument against Teenage Driving Teenage driving is not good and there is need to develop legislations that prohibit teenagers from moving cars on the American roads.This means that when left alone to drive car on the roads, teenagers will be at high risks of perishing in case of an accident.As young members of the society, teenagers are usually at their late stages of development and tend to learn many things.