In New Jersey, came into force a new law on obtaining license to drive the car, which caused indignation among the teenagers. Under the new law, now any person born after January 1, 1985, falls under the updated licensing program. When the law only came into force, it was found that adolescents of the same age were divided into two parts: those who could get license in the 10th grade and those who had to wait until they are 18 years of age. Teens were very outraged by this fact, because many of them had quite a bit to get a license to drive. Now they also have to wait another year. Young people themselves are saying that it would be easier to accept this fact, if they would have been said about it 10 years ago. Since most of them are under 18, they cannot really affect the adoption of the law, and do not have the right to vote in the government.
Many believe that the adoption of this law there is no objective need, because, in fact, this project is only delaying the process of obtaining licenses. At the same time, the law does not affect the fact that after getting license teenagers are still inexperienced drivers, no matter how old they are, 17 or 18. Young people are in any case all too sloppy drive a car, break the rules, and do not know how to act in unforeseen circumstances. All that gives this law is the restriction of freedom of adolescents, curfews and the need to drive a car accompanied by an adult family member, which is not always convenient and possible. It is believed that adolescents behave more responsibly behind the wheel is in the presence of parents, because they want to show that they are old enough and independent. Thus, they are trying to earn the trust and approval from adults. But as soon as they come out from under the control of parents, teens dramatically change their behavior: fool around, make rash acts, exceed the speed and break the rules. Taking the new law, the government is only trying to delay that and so inevitable. It is this fact offends most teenagers.
Sami teenagers believe that the main problem lies in the fact that the Government has adopted the law, knowing that young people cannot legally challenge their decision. The government there is no person who could fully represent the interests of minors. Adults who can express their opinion on the adoption of the law do not see in the new rules is no problem and quite happy with the new legislation. Young people believe that the government should not adopt such laws or allow young people to express their opinions.
In New Jersey, came into force a new law on obtaining license to drive the car, which caused indignation among the teenagers. Under the new law, now any person born after January 1, 1985, falls under the updated licensing program.