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Road Accidents Are More Frequent These Days and Claim Many Lives Each Year

Road accidents are more frequent these days and claim many lives each year. As a result, some people suggest that drivers should take regular driving tests throughout their lives, rather than one single driving test, to improve the situation. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of repeat driving tests? Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Yes, I strongly agree with this, road accidents have increased in past years a lot before we use to hear some time only, we can say once in few months, but nowadays it has become everyday story whenever we open the news channel, any news channels its full of accidents news on a daily basis or in another word we can also say their news is incomplete without such news. The same goes with the newspapers or any social media platform such as YouTube, and Facebook,, etc. one can find such news everywhere.

But the main question is who is responsible for that driver? In my opinion, yes, drivers are at fault in most cases, but not all the time. In some cases, pedestrians are also wrong because some of us, or I can many of us, always take traffic rules for granted. We don’t follow the red and green light signals putting our own life at risk. Conducting drivers tests on a regular basis I do not think will help this they already know how to drive the vehicle, but the main reason for the accidents is negligence, drinking,, and driving, the overconfidence of the driver instead of the repetitive driving test I prefer making strict guidelines for driving and which every driver need to follow religiously to make it more secure we can put fined if they make mistakes while driving I am sure with these things they can drive more sensibly and the result will be fewer accidents.

Stating further, I do not see any advantages of repetitive driving tests. Instead,, I feel drivers will be at a loss. I do not think there will be any driving test conducted for free; as a result they will have to make unnecessary payments all the time for each driving test. Which I feel is the most negative point.

To sum up, yes the disadvantages are more than the advantages if we put such rules on drivers.

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