No other inputs for speed or direction are needed. The problems related with automobiles are not the machines but the people who operate them. Many drivers do not have a solid attention span nor do they have the capabilities that can support being distracted while driving. Computers never get tired, drunk, angry with fits of road rage, nor do they make poor judgment decision once programed with proven logic. Distracted driving is the primary cause of collisions, high insurance rates, serious injuries and even deaths while driving.
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.
There are many reasons why cell phones are distracting to a driver but the main two are talking and texting. Simply dialing a phone number causing a driver to take their view off the road and focus on the phone. In that short amount of time a driver can lose complete control of the car. After you dial, you can become so engrossed in conversation that your focus is no longer on driving and the safety of everyone in the car and on the road is put at risk. Most people ask the question “What about Using a Hands free Device?” Although it sounds like a good idea, because you are not using your hands to dial the phone or taking your eyes off the phone, it is just as dangerous as using your cell phone.
These tragedies are entirely preventable, as virtually no phone call or text is so urgent that the driver doesnt have time to pull over or have another passenger operate the mobile device. II. Introduction 72% of drivers with cell phones report that they use them to talk or to text while driving. They are aware of the many dangerous situations and also know that it is illegal, but in most cases, discount it. A.
The current P-plate laws are extremely affective in reducing accidents on the road.This is because they deal with many of the dangers p-plate drivers face while driving, including distractions, driving speed, peer pressure and driver safety. To begin with, the current p-plate laws are affective in reducing accidents while driving because they deal with the important issue of distractions. An example of a distraction that is dealt with by the current p-plate laws is mobile phones. Mobile phones cannot be used by p-plate drivers when driving or while the car is moving or stopped but not parked. This helps to stop accidents because it removes distractions from a p-plate driver so they can focus solely on driving.
This makes it needless to adapt and be creative to solve problems that hinder us. As a car breaks down on the side of the road the first thing a person does is call a mechanic using a cell phone! Rarely do you see people fixing their car themselves and if they cannot fix it, or have someone fix it for them they just leave the car to sit on the side of the road. Also, people spending time in solitude is a rare sight as well. With text messaging, call waiting, and instant messaging at our fingertips it is almost impossible to spend time alone.
Traffic jams are inevitable and inextricable in cities of Vietnam because of the infrastructure, the government’s control and the burdens placed on traffic by the population. The population is increasing so the vehicle is increasing. But the road is still tiny for a huge amount of vehicle. It not enough space for everyone, and then you has it, traffic jam. In this state the only thing we can do now is encourage people using public vehicle instead of personal vehicle.
Most people just feel invincible, particularity young people. We think nothing bad can happen to us while we do something so mundane, like driving. Most people wouldn’t driving with a blind fold, so why would we use a phone while driving since it's essentially proven to be the same thing as driving blind? The fact is that no one can do two task at the same time, and studies show that driving while distracted is the same as driving while drunk. I, alone with everyone else on the road ways, have made into a habit to be driving while doing something else.
For example, when the driver takes his hand off the wheel to turn on the radio, send messages or talk on cell phones, he cannot focus on driving; therefore, the vehicle can drift over the road line and an accident happens. The driver wound, the vehicle is damaged or ruined. The lack of concentration when the drivers are driving can causes traffic accidents, injuries or even deaths. Traffic accidents can happen because of the impairment and fatigue of the drivers. In fact, under the influence of alcohol, the driver cannot control by himself, he is not able to quickly react in certain during situation.
People rely too heavily on cars to get them places and as a result, both the environment and our personal health take a beating. Global warming and rising levels of obesity are both rampant problems in society: walking sometimes instead of driving could help with both issues. Another problem with depending on technology is that our skills and abilities are starting to deteriorate. Since nearly everyone has a mobile phone which can store phone numbers, most people do not take the time to memorize their contacts’ information. And since we can constantly look up statistics or answers on the web, our