Most Dangerous Driving Habits When I got my driver’s license on last January, my parents would always tell me “not to text while driving”. After constantly hearing that from my parents and friends one day, I was so hungry I stopped at Jack In The Box and grabbed some food, and then I thought to myself that if I can eat while driving, I can do anything while driving, like talking on my cell phone. For example, one day while driving my grandmother called my cell phone. So I answered out of concern, because she called even after I had called to let her know I would be driving. I found out that my grandfather was rushed to the hospital for his high blood pressure.
The Crime Casey leaves her car at an abandon parking lot which is towed away in three days. Casey’s mother calls police on the assumption that Casey stole the car and money; she also states that her granddaughter is missing and she has found the car and that it has an awful smell coming from the trunk. Police question Casey Anthony and she states to the police that she had not seen Caylee in 31 days and believes she was with the nanny and had not reported her daughter missing because she was frightened (CNN, 2013). The police followed up on her story and found her story to be false and Casey Anthony was charged with first-degree murder, neglect, aggravated child abuse and then four counts of lying to police officials in October
Before the robbers could leave the parking lot, Luis exited the building with his gun and fired three times at the fleeing vehicle. The surveillance tapes captured the make and model of the vehicle, but not license number. One of the customers was interviewed and said, “sure I was concerned, but when the bullets started flying, I really became scared. Another said, "I'm going to start carrying a gun. I wish that I’d have shot them both!” An hour later, Channel 4 news reported that a person had been dumped on the steps of Community General with several gunshot wounds.
Joe took his 5 year old car in for its MOT test, and it passed. The tester failed to notice that the steering mechanism was defective. Two days after the test, Joe was driving along a country lane when the steering failed and he crashed into a tree just past the crest of a long hill. The local authority had previously considered placing a SLOW marking near the crest of the hill because of previous accidents at that spot, but no action was taken due to other priorities. Joe was shaken up and his left arm was broken.
Teens also account for 14% of all driving fatalities that occur. (Teen Driving). As a teenager I don’t even feel responsible enough to be behind a wheel of a car unsupervised. Teens are taking a lot of chances with having this large responsibility. I believe having cars in high school is very pointless.
While they are chatting with him, they pass a sign that reads: ''Notice: Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers: Detention Facilities In Area''. Later narrator express how after seeing the sign ''the vibe in the car – which had been a good vibe – changed completely and became a very bad vibe''. In silence, the narrator suffers from a variety of anxiety. To change the mood in a car, he turns on the radio, which gives them a song ''Riders on the storm'' by Jim Morrison. The hitch-hiker, can't bear to sit in the car filled anxiety.
As for the husband he failed an in field sobriety test and shows signs of intoxication and was 2 times the legal limit. The officers cannot arrest the husband for driving while intoxicated or hitting his wife because the laws state there has to be signs of injury on the victim and they did not witness the husband driving the car. They could say they seen the husband driving up to the home, they could say they seen him fighting with his wife but this would be unethical. Officer Nixon with his experience could trick the husband into admitting he had been driving, but this is a fine line on ethical vs. public and individuals safety. 2.
A 17 teenager still needs a lot of support and many do not go to work. They still do not have money to pay for a car and their pocket money is from their parents. If a person has a driving license, in their mind they think they should have their own car and they can drive their car
During the examination of the driver outside of the vehicle, the wife gets outspoken and is asked to put her hands on the vehicle. During the pat down search of the wife, the police officer violates her personal space in front of another officer and the husband. Even without being in law enforcement, it is obvious to see that the police cop in violation did not handle the communication in this situation effectively. His aggressive communication style overpowered the direction in which this specific situation had to go. Kathy Sole (2011) explains, “Aggressive communication is a style in which a person tends to dominate conversations and is forceful and demanding.” The police officer in question ineffectively communicated his demands to the couple, which led to unnecessary confrontation.
Earlier that month, he'd been involved in a wreck. As he was driving to work one rainy morning, another car had been unable to stop on the slick pavement and had plowed into his car as he waited at a stoplight. Thankfully, neither Kevin nor the other driver had been hurt, but both ears had been considerably damaged. In fact, Kevin had not been able to drive his car. Kevin had used his cellular phone to call the police; and while he waited for the officers to come, he had called his auto insurance agent.