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Getting a Drivers License

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Getting a Drivers License Getting your driver's license is a huge stepping stone on the way to adulthood. When you were a child, you learned all you knew from school and your parents, independence virtually did not exist and your only responsibilities consisted of cleaning your room and walking the dog. Now, as you approach that sweet sixteen, you go to the Motor Vehicle Branch and that amazing feeling comes upon you when you pass your test. A whole new world approaches. Although you may not know it at the time, this will be one of the biggest learning experiences of your life; you will gain a new found sense of independence and attain great responsibilities. ...read more.


It can be a harsh reality check for some teens, but it is an essential learning experience in ones life. With a driver's license also comes greater independence. It gives you huge freedoms you likely have never experienced before. You can theoretically go wherever you want, whenever you want. You can stay out late at night and leave early in the morning. If it is eleven o'clock at night and your stomach is rumbling, you can go to your favorite fast food restaurant and buy whatever your heart desires. However, there is always a down side. Now you need to worry about managing your money in order to be able to afford new expenses, such as insurance and gas. ...read more.


Many times teenagers take this new privilege for granted and test their limits. Recognizing your responsibilities and taking action upon them takes a huge deal of maturity. This a very important factor when driving. It is also a great element on the path to adulthood. Obtaining your drivers license will be an unforgettable time of your life. It is a time of amazing growth as a person. It throws you out into a world of opportunities, teaches you things that you will use constantly for the rest of your life, and helps you on your journey to becoming an adult. As an adult you will continue to rely on your own dependence, constantly gain more responsibilities, and you will never stop learning. ...read more.

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