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Should Teens Be Allowed to Drive on Snow Days?

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jayson photography

We’ve been getting a lot of winter weather lately and schools are canceling class left and right. I’ve noticed a lot of school-aged teens out and driving on the days that schools have felt are too dangerous for them to drive to school. We won’t allow our 17-year-old to drive on snow days because she’s barely equipped to drive, let alone in dangerous conditions.

Are we alone out there? Parents, do you let high school students drive on snow days? Non-parents, you should get a vote too since you are on the road with these novice drivers. Should law enforcement be able to ticket teens who are driving on snow days?

Let’s hear it!

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