Many people supporting the policy may say that good grades would lead to better drivers on the road. They also may say that if the student is truly working to get better grades, then they are getting smarter and when ready to drive they will make smarter decisions. However in an article from quora.com it states “…maintaining good grades does indicate responsibility, the ability to drive safely requires a completely different responsibility.” This means that getting good grades could be totally different and may not be connected to someone’s ability to drive responsibly. Also it’s somewhat similar to how people say there are two different kinds of “smart” being book smart or street smart. Just like getting good grades and driving responsibly, they can be seen to be connected in someway when in reality they are both very different. Usually responsibilities in the class are things like time management and intelligence, while on the road they are mainly following rules and avoiding distractions.