The debate "Teenagers should not be driving in cities where you can easily get drugs" was started by
July 1, 2014, 12:55 am.
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7 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 20 people are on the disagree side.
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alexandrajackie, elizabethkoltes, MerciPol and 4 visitors agree.
JohnnieWalker, Shift_Logan, Agent_Firefox, tkershaw3, elainiephunt, Rtj777 and 14 visitors disagree.
You can pretty easily get drugs almost anywhere.
Why not just make the discussion topic 'people' should not be driving in cities where you can easily get drugs? Teenagers are hardly the only set of people who try or regularly consume drugs. And you can easily get drugs in most cities. Does that mean no teenager should ever ever be allowed behind the wheel until they're whatever legal age of adulthood their state has set? Does becoming an 'adult' magically make them able to do drugs AND drive?
In cities where the number of car accidents with teenagers behind the wheel is above average there should be limitations about who can drive.