My sister started driving at 15 with no license, but I my parents made it very clear they didn’t trust me with the car like they trusted my sister. When I turned 15, I begged my parent’s to let me to go take my learner’s permit test with no such luck. Frustrated I did something I did not even know I was capable of doing. I took the car without permission, not to mention it was like my first time driving. I picked all my friends up trying to showing off.
This added much more pain and a dramatic side to the scene 2) Something that was very understated in this scene was how the Sheriff didn’t say a word in this entire scene. He saw the Mexican gang driving away shooting from the motel, and he just drives casually to the room Moss’ corps is laying in. Everything leading up to him getting in the room added much suspense, because you didn’t know if Moss was in fact dead. Cinematic Aspects: 1) a close up is of the Sheriff’s face as he is driving towards to the hotel. You can tell he is on a mission.
Persuasive Speech on Why People Shouldn’t Participate in Illegal Street Racing Specific Purpose: The specific purpose of this speech is to persuade my audience not to participate in illegal street racing. Introduction: Imagine you’re driving in a brand new souped-up Kia Pride equipped with two nitrous tanks in the back seat where it’s completely reachable by the driver. Only seconds later the flag goes down and you and the driver next to you blast off to the end of the street where the race will end. Blinded by the passion to win, you fail to realize a car on your right pulling out of a parking lot. Before you have a chance to even think about what to do next, the once dark night is lit up by a magnificent explosion and your life as you knew it was put to an abrupt halt.
(www.agentinsure.com) To counterbalance this dangerous activity, drivers need to become more conscious of their personal responsibility to be a defensive driver. Martin Gottfried, in his essay “Rambos of the Road,” states that “there has recently been an epidemic of auto macho – a competition perceived and expressed in driving.” (500) There are many types of aggressive driving, such as, speeding, racing, frequently changing lanes, cutting off other drivers, failing to signal, running red lights, failing to yield, tailgating, slowing rapidly to discourage a tailgater, etc…The list is long. Many people probably drive aggressively and are not even aware of it. Aggressive driving can be caused by multiple things such as, weather conditions, wet roads, impatience, traffic, or trying to save time. All of these things can irritate even the best of drivers, and cause them to make poor decisions on the road.
Going to college is my number one priority and I could’ve lost that all in one night and it was very stupid of me. I also could’ve lost my car if I had decided to drive that night, and also my life or anybody else’s. I know I would never drink and drive but when you’re under the influence you can’t think right. You also lose your morals while intoxicated which isn’t good and it fogs your judgment for what is right. Alcohol is nothing to be messing around with until your 21 or older, I made that mistake and now I have to pay the consequences.
According to our text and provided videos, the officer administered the test correctly. The driver in this case was obviously driving under the influence of alcohol and should never have been in the driver’s seat. There were multiple signs of driving under the influence. Her inability to drive safely, not pulling over for a police officer, not putting her car in park before trying to get her insurance card, and the inability to complete the field sobriety test. According to the Oregon State Bar, “…the term under the
Several officers riding in his attendance were injured. The cars sped to the Town Hall and the rest of the conspirators did not interfere with them. After the reception in the Town Hall General Potiorek, the Austrian Commander, pleaded with Francis Ferdinand to leave the city, as it was seething with rebellion. The Archduke was persuaded to drive the shortest way out of the city and to go quickly. The road to the manoeuvres was shaped like the letter V, making a sharp turn at
They would rather him be alive right now instead of going to his funeral tomorrow. Texting and Driving is one of the leading causes of death.1.8 million people are in accidents each year because of it and half of them are killed. With that being said, there are plenty of other distractions that cause many “Close Calls” or wrecks! Besides texting and driving, eating and drinking is another “wreck-causer”. People eat and drink all the time while they drive.
Yes, it does have to do with their age but all drivers text while driving no matter the age, it is just more likely in a younger age. “About 6,000 deaths and a half a million injuries are caused by distracted drivers every year.” In this, “One-fifth of experienced adult drivers in the United States send text messages while driving.” So this shows that not only teenagers text while driving. The next law is, no more than one passenger in the car until age 17. Most parents totally agree with this law and sometimes tell their kids they can have anyone in the car for at least the first year. This law is known to prevent a third of wrecks in new drivers.
Caleb Lee 1584133 Public Speaking Preparation Outline General Purpose: To Persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience not to speed because of the dangers. Central Idea: Speeding is a dangerous and expensive aspect of driving. Introduction I. How many times have you been out on a Saturday night, just hanging out with friends, when all of a sudden the driver punches it and takes off as if you were the fire department, responding to a call? II.