Mike, what age do you have to be in Canada
think at 16 you're mature enough?
No. No. Because I think at 18 you're more adult,
you're more responsible, just like you're not
tried in the legal system as an adult until
you are 18 years old. Um, I think that it should
be the same for driving, because I don't think
you're fully mature.
Yeah, I don't know if I agree because I feel like,
I drove when I was 16.
So did I.
Yeah, and I felt mature enough. In fact, I know
my father, when he was young, he actually
began driving at about 12. When he was about
12 years old, he lived in the countryside and
it was OK for him to drive at 12.
Well, and I can understand that because way
back when there was a lot less traffic and there
was a lot less, there was a lot less people on
the road. I think that today, because of that,
because traffic was a lot a worse, its a better
idea to have, you know, to make sure the
drivers is prepared and mature and understands
that, what to do in case something goes wrong.
OK, fair enough, but how do you know that, that
someone at 18, who has never driven is any
more prepared than someone who's 16.
Well, you don't but generally if somebody's
older and more mature then they're gonna
be a little bit wiser. I mean, I think, you know.
They're just gonna make better decisions.
I think so. That's just my opinion, but.
OK. Sounds good.