Not sure how I feel about this.
While I'd be behind him losing his license for a year or two, but permanently? And he didn't kill anyone? Wat?
And so we will see a dramatic increase in biking accidents.
So, a 17 year old crashed a car, and injured himself and his passengers
totally fair to take away his license permanently
But nobody died it seems.
And then it says
I feel like they're just trying to make use of the provision, just because. A permanent license loss is too severe a punishment for what the kid did.
In rhode island, he moves to another state gets his licesnce and tadaa all good
Good thing they stopped this dangerous person, he might vote Democrat!
Honestly, he can appeal it if he wants to...or just move.
smallest state in the country, he can ride the bus and not miss out on anything
He can just get a license from another state. It's not like Massachusetts isn't 5 minutes away.
And yet there are people who continually drive drunk, drive while talking on a phone or texting, hit pedestrians and other drivers and still have THEIR licenses.
What the fuck is so important that you have to be putting your life and my life at risk? It's probably a 30 minute car ride. Unless your mom just died, put the fucking phone down and concentrate on going in a straight line.
Maybe he should have paid more attention to the Rhode.
I think its more that the Y and Milliunum(sp?) take most of our rights for granted, and then take our privileges as rights. However this harsh punishment doesn't coincide with the actually accident.
If he was a repeat offender then I would understand.
Then there are the people who pay no attention to what's going on around them.
Only reason my brother got one DUI charge dropped is he said he was doing the Navy's AA meetings, and represented himself in court.
I'm still shocked a year later by the fact he got two fucking DUI's in a week. After the first don't they take your license?
Take that criminal scum should've put him in jail
There is a more serious threat to life when you are on the road: women.
While I disagree with this, this is a huge blow against teen car accidents.
Because just FYI, teens cause by far the most car accidents. I don't blame older adults for not being comfortable with teens essentially being kamikazes with no goal (and by accident of course).
Just imagine, some stupid kid who just jacks off all day killing you and for grandkids or kids because he was texting or sexting while driving.
Teens are all over the news these days, and all over the paved streets as grinded meat and splattered puddles.
I use this strong language since I have met this high ranking CHP officer many times (he shows the infamous Red Asphalt videos) and he has said that his job is essentially overseeing the cleaning of near liquefied teens off of miles of street pavements every week of his life.
This one guy had his head filed off (you know like when you use a nail file or you constantly use your pencil eraser, thus shaving it to nothing? That happened to this show off guy once and it was like a Google maps directions thing but red instead of yellow or whatever)
Again harsh, but you have no idea how fucking sick and tired the government is with cleaning up mangled teenagers.
He should be drawn and quartered
all his family members should get a life sentence and everyone he's ever talked to needs to pay a fine of $400
We put in federally mandated driver's ed for all fifty states and we'll see a HUGE reduction in teen driving mishaps, and we don't have to ruin their livelihoods forever to do it!
Circa how long does it take to get a driver's license in America?
I know the average person spends around 4-5 months here in Norway.
This is all assuming you're over 18 and know how to drive mind you.
So what, are they going to take the license of everyone involved in an accident now? Everyone gets in one eventually
Well that's retarded.
Oh, and don't get me started on guys with hats. Worst drivers ever.