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    How to Get your Driver 's License As a kid, I have always wanted to be able to drive and get my drivers license. I was always told “nope, not yet” or “no, you aren’t old enough yet”. This just only made me want to get it even more. All those years of me sitting in the back just patiently waiting to get my license was almost unbearable. Soon enough the time came for me to start to think about getting my license, but little did I know how long the process of getting it was going to be. The first step

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    Can you remember when you got your driver?s license? From what I can remember getting my license was one of the most exciting things in my life. Having your license means having more freedom. If I didn?t have my license my life would be very different. To get your license you need to take the class, pass the written test, take behind the wheel, and finally take your driving test. When I took driver?s ed. I was a little scared, but very excited at the same time. It was nice for me because they provided

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    It's a question that is coming up more and more in state legislation: Should good grades be required to get a driver's license? On the outside, it seems like a good plan. By requiring kids to do well in school in order to operate a car, it seems as though you could easily incentivize having good grades, which would make your city or state appear more appealing. Another point that comes up is the idea that students who have good grades are more responsible that those who don't, and therefore our streets

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    Getting a driver’s license is one of the most exciting experiences a teenager goes through. The freedom of being able to go wherever one wants is both exciting and liberating. If state legislature passed a bill that made it illegal for teens to obtain a driver’s license before getting a high school diploma, the effects would be detrimental. As a teenage driver myself, I understand firsthand that if I was not able to drive, I would feel like I was being deprived of part of the teenage experience.

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    Should the age to receive a driver's license be raised and, if not, should graduated licensing be instituted? This is a growing question across America as well as other countries around our globe. The percentage of teenage accidents involving automobiles is on a constant rise. Whether caused by the lack of experience or under the influence of alcohol, death has become all too common among teen motorists. This problem is not going to go away by itself; action needs to be taken. The state must raise

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    Driver's License for the Unodumented

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    illegal immigrants to prosper. In order to create a safer America, illegal immigrants should be allowed to obtain a driver’s license because it forces them to be insured, it stops them from being deported when pulled over, and it assists them in contributing to the prosperity of the United States. Illegal immigrants will be obligated to obtain insurance if they acquire a driver’s license. When a motorist tests at a DMV, they are required to prove that they have insurance, so if undocumented immigrants

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    Congratulations on turning fifteen and a half years old! I bet you are excited as I was back when I was fifteen and a half. With earning my Driver’s License, I feel like a more independent (and less dependent) person than if I did not. Knowing this, I knew I had to endure a long tedious process to actually get my license. Obtaining my Driver’s License has provided me with three key components: the freedom, the responsibility, and the dedication. The freedom has provided me to go to places faster

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    Zen Tradition

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    Zen Tradition The forefather of Madhyamika Buddhism was Nagarjuna. T.P. Kasulis writes in his book, Zen Action, Zen Person that Nagarjuna was a predecessor to the development of Zen Buddhism. Nagarjuna is regarded though as a patriarch of the Zen tradition. He was the affecting principle to demonstrate logically the "emptiness", or rather sunyata of philosophical distinctions. Kasulis also explores Nagarjuna's "Logic of Emptiness." The Buddhist claimed that "to be concerned with speculative

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    job or getting married. When I experience a rite of passage, I was in the process of obtaining my driver’s license. This experience was accompanied by nerve-wrecking events which contributed to my formation of becoming an adult. At the end of my journey those who once saw me as an ignorant kid, began to respect me and treat me as a mature adult. Before I was granted the privilege of a Driver’s License, I was force to seek other forms of transportation.

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    and hanging out with friends. But we can’t get there if we don’t have a driver’s license. In order to get from point A to point B, we need a driver’s license. Possessing a driver’s license is a privilege; it is not guaranteed to all. There are laws and rules that need to be followed for a person 16 years of age to obtain a driver’s license; a driver’s education class needs to be completed to be able to get your driver’s license in addition to completing and passing both written and driving test. As

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