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With the growing number of teenage traffic deaths and injuries in Farragut, West Knoxville and Knox County throughout the past 12 months involving inexperienced drivers, is it time for local politicians to sound a call in Nashville and raise the driving age to 17 or 18? Would parents tolerate any inconveniences driving 16-year-olds to school, for example in order to make Farragut, West Knoxville and Tennessee roads and highways safer thanks to more experienced drivers? Could it be effectively enforced? Is it at least worth a try on a temporary say two year basis? Are 16-year-olds indeed old enough to be behind the wheel? Call us and tell us what you think. 671-TALK.



 

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