An end to hoon driving needs tougher laws

There has been some hoon driving within our community. Hoon driving is very dangerous. Innocent bystanders or the person who is doing the act can be seriously hurt or killed. We suggest there should be tougher consequences for hoon driving. Hoon driving has been around for years and there have been lots of lives lost and this has to end. 

In 2012 there was 112 deaths on Victorian roads. Speed was a major factor in majority of the crashes. More than 350 young drivers aged 18-25 have lost their life in the last 10 years. Hoon driving should be brought to an end.

Lachie Barbary and Beau Berryman-Connolly, 

Irymple Secondry College

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