Help take driving more seriously

Help take driving more seriously

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Atlanta Anthony started this petition to Politicians and

Too many people are killed on the roads, and we need to take this more seriously.

Driving tests should be harder and should take longer.
More training would mean more serious drivers.

The current drivers tests are too easy, and people can literally miss a couple things, and still pass and receive their full license.

There needs to be better, and more hands on training. Also, the consequences for bad driving, should be heavily taught to them as well.

There needs to be a re test, via driving and classes, every other year or so.

Bus routes should be taken more seriously.
More bus routes to areas that lack them, so that more people would stay off the roads, etc.

If more bus routes were available, more people would feel less obligated to drive themselves. Also, more people would feel less obligated to drive dangerous things, such as mopeds and bikes, on busy roads.

A moped and bike lane should also be required, for those who do not wish to ride the bus. It is super important to have one of these, and should be required for every town and city. 

This is for everyone’s safety, because we are all at risk of death and injury.

Also, even those of us who are hit, should be taught to look out for their surroundings, even if they are not at fault. And while it is true that they cannot always prevent people from hitting them, it is also true that being more vigilant can make you less likely to be ran into. 

Vigellence on both ends is super important!
While we cannot prevent all wrecks, we can prevent MOST.

I started this petition because...
I have lost way too many people in my life, due to irresponsible people not paying attention.

These lives could have been potentially saved, if the other driver who killed them, payed better attention.

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