Because of this many people die for no reason. In addition, Secondly, banning cell phones while driving will decrease the amount of teenager’s death in car accidents. For example, according to http://www.car-accidents.com/teen-car-accidents.html, 5000 teenagers die by car accidents. If teenagers don’t use cell phones while driving, 1200 teenagers are going to be excluded from the list. This shows the reader to know that how life is important and nothing can compare to teenager’s life.
The usage of Bluetooth headsets can be less distracting; having it on the ear at all times and setting the Auto Answer option on the cell phone can result effectively. There are many differences between using headphones and calling or talking while driving in your car. If this is said to be the main reason why cellphones should be prohibited by driving, nobody should be able to talk to the driver while he or she is driving. In fact, sometimes it’s necessary to answer cellphones while driving. For example, your good friend wanted to tell you he was in trouble.
Cell phones while Driving should be Illegalized Written by: Scenny Fryson Manoe/121211233005 Drivers should not be able to use their cell phones while driving because it is very dangerous for the driver, as well as others who are traveling along the same road. Cell phones are also a major distraction to the driver because it occupies one’s eyes and attention, which should be focused on the road. Everyday people die in car accidents because they use cell phones while driving. According to research cell phones are leading factors that cause accidents. Studies show that a cell phone put drivers at a four time greater risk of a crush.
What’s the downside to texting? Well texting is completely distracting for one. Texting can cause car wrecks, can prevent someone from doing their work, can be a complete interruption, or can be an exceptionally rude way to interrupt somebody. Ever get interrupted by a “texter,” or read about a car accident caused by distractions from texting? These kinds of things happen every day, everywhere.
I would consider adopting the new law of cell phone use being banned while operating a motor vehicle. I say this because of all the accidents that have occurred with teens and even elder people talking on the phone while driving. Also, because cell phones can be a distraction, even when the cell phone is not in use. There are many reasons why cell phones usage should be banned while driving I will only state a few but at the end of my essay you will understand my reasoning. Cell phone usage while driving is a very touchy subject.
Safe Drivers Use Hands Free Devices Using hands free devices to talk on a cell phone is a great way to minimize the chances of being involved in a vehicle accident while driving. According to ehow.com, the following states of California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Washington there are laws that ban the use of hand-held cell phones. If someone is caught by a police officer in any of these states they can be cited for driving and holding a cell phone, therefore it is highly encouraged to use hands free devices. Some people make the argument that the cords on some types of hands free devices are a distraction or they do not like the way the ear piece fits. Blue tooth ear pieces are only one kind of hands free device; there are many different styles and types on the market.
Putting not only their lives in danger, but oncoming traffic as well that may be carrying valuable contents like children in the vehicle. According to AAA foundations for traffic safety there are the following facts about distracted driving. Drivers spend more than half their time behind the wheel engaged in distracted behavior. More than 8,000 crashes a day are caused by distracted driving, the use of a cell phone while driving quadruples the risk of an accident occurring. 87% of drivers (including myself), agree with laws put into place against reading, typing, or texting while driving behind the wheel.
Many of us have witnessed drivers dialing and talking on cell phones, resembling drunk drivers swerving all over the roads. Strong regulations are needed because drivers using phones are seriously impaired and because laws on negligent and reckless driving are not sufficient to punish these driving talkers. Laws on traffic safety vary from state to state, and drivers distracted by cell phones can get off with light punishment even when they cause fatal accidents. Running red lights, failing to stop for a school bus and drunk driving are just a few examples. An increasing number of studies show that driving while talking on a cellphone can be dangerously distracting.
No matter how careful a driver you may be, when you do something else while driving, whether its drinking coffee, listening to music, scanning the GPS, or making a phone call, you endanger the people around you, and including yourself, because you are distracted from your driving. An accident needs only a couple microseconds to occur. Even though no state can ban people for changing radio stations or applying makeup while driving, all states can, and should, make it illegal to drive while talking on a cellular phone. Since the rise of popularity of cellphones in the past years, the number of accidents caused by people talking on their mobile devices has also increased. Whether they were in an argument, receiving a message, or simply dialing a number, they were momentarily distracted from the task of driving.
Paying little to no attention while in traffic could cause minor accidents and the use of a phone should certainly be avoided at all cost. Also, texting while driving gives people the opportunity to communicate with friends and family members. It givesevery person a chance to catch up on one