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City Council Member: The new law requiring all new drivers

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City Council Member: The new law requiring all new drivers [#permalink] New post 15 Jun 2011, 22:23
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City Council Member: The new law requiring all new drivers to take a drivers' education course is a good one, because studies have shown that new drivers who complete drivers' education courses are much less likely to get into accidents. However, passing this law doesn't mean that we should repeal our city's existing law requiring new drivers to hang a "New Driver" sign from their back window. Our city's drivers will start assuming that all drivers are safe drivers because of the courses, and they won't be extra careful when driving around new drivers. But despite the improvement in their driving due to the courses, new drivers are still much more likely to cause accidents than are experienced drivers, and the drivers around them need to be extra wary in order to avoid accidents, so removing the signs will lead to more accidents.

1 The first provides the basis for a plan, and the second endorses that plan
2 The first states a cause-and-effect relationship that the speaker believes will happen again in the case under consideration, while the second acknowledges an exception to that cause-and-effect relationship.
3 The first is a general principle, while the second is a specific application of that principle.
4 The first suggests the positive impact of a decision on the issue at hand, while the second states a belief that other factors will outweigh its positive impact
5 The first acknowleges a weakness in the speaker's argument, while the second states his argument

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Re: CR - city council member [#permalink] New post 15 Jun 2011, 23:01
In a gist, the stimulus states this: new law means new drivers takes a driving course, and there is proof this will reduce likelihood of accidents. does that mean there is no need of putting a 'new driver' sign? No, because thet are still more likely to be involved in accidents than experienced drivers.
1 The first provides the basis for a plan, and the second endorses that plan: No. The first part does provide the basis of the plan of starting tarining for new drivers. (studies which show their effectiveness) but second part doesnt endorse that plan - it talks of a different matter- hanging new driver signs or not.
2 The first states a cause-and-effect relationship that the speaker believes will happen again in the case under consideration, while the second acknowledges an exception to that cause-and-effect relationship. this is correct. first underlined portion states that courses mean less accidents, and second part states that even then compared to experienced drivers, accident likelihood is more. thus first states a cause and effect relationship - training leads to less likelihood of accidents. and second provides exception- that there is still more likelihood of accidents compared to experienced drivers.
3 The first is a general principle, while the second is a specific application of that principle. If first is general - implication of some studies- so is second- another comment on likelihood of accidents. there is no where any specific case being talked of.
4 The first suggests the positive impact of a decision on the issue at hand, while the second states a belief that other factors will outweigh its positive impact. While the first does highlight through the support of studies that the likelilhood of accidents would be reduced because of training; the second is not bringing in any new factors to outweigh the positive effect - the second is saying that even with less likelihood, some likelihood still remains.
5 The first acknowleges a weakness in the speaker's argument, while the second states his argument. this is clearly wrong - first is not weakness, but support data used. and second is not his argument.
Re: CR - city council member   [#permalink] 15 Jun 2011, 23:01
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