Those statistics will make my argument stronger.
Increasing the legal driving age to eighteen would upturn the level of maturity in all areas and would increase the levels of awareness and dangers of being distracted by technology whilst driving Even experienced drivers can have accidents when they leave their minds and eyes off the road, and their hands off the wheel.
Facing these serious potential situations one needs maturity so they can handle driving correctly and safely.
According to the National Institutes of Health, the part of the brain that weighs risks, controls impulsive behavior, careless attitude, and rash emotions is underdeveloped until the age of twenty-one. Teens for some reason have road rage and in fact love to drive at night with other teens speeding through the streets like if they were the only drivers on the road.
Technically a teenager is anyone nineteen and younger. Last but not least, what some parents don't like is to have to drive their teens to school and all school functions.
These people are wrong because teenagers are not as irresponsible as they think.