Every weekend the newspaper has some tragic story about young drivers, and all too often,fatal accidents.As most of us have learned from working for ups,99.9% of the time accidents can be avoided if you know what to look for.The problem is that young people seem to think they know pretty much everything and the first real driving lesson for them will unfortunately be thier first collision. Think back to your first accident,I bet you learned not to do whatever you were doing fast. Mine involved me making a left turn in a 1964 rambler american with a 3 on the tree standard transmission.I had just put it in 2nd gear (1st gear was like a p500)and there was this cadillac coming right through a stale yellow light.Totalled my car. I make sure it's clear before I go now. Maybe a drivers test should consist of a state of the art simulation that would involve actual situations that one would experience when driving. Surely the technology is available to ensure that a candidate would be able to pass the simulation before they even qualify for a road test.