Our functions start declining such as visual impairment, cognitive changes, and reduction in strength and flexibility when we start growing old. And, when elderly drivers have a dementia the road would be really risky. Because, dementia is a large group of illnesses that cause a person to have difficulties with a range of functions so when a person has a dementia, they tend to have memory loss – don’t know the way to the shop, forget names and places, find it hard to remember what happened earlier on during the day-, moodiness – become more and more moody as parts of the brains that control emotion become damaged (frightened)-, communicative difficulties – finds it harder to write, read and talk-. They’re ability to carry out everyday task are harder for them, including driving. Elderly drivers are also more likely to have range of physical impairments that reduces their ability to drive.
By the third offense of impaired driving you while get a 30 day suspension, must attend a mandatory alcohol treatment program, 150$ fine and for six months ignition interlock. If you have a blood alcohol level over 0.08 you will have much more serious consequences. Such as, 1000$ fine, eventually a lifetime licence suspension and other serious consequences. There are also other consequences, drunk or impaired driving can lead to accidents, you can seriously injure yourself or someone else or it can even lead to someone's death. This is something you cannot take back, it can be something that ruins your life, impaired driving is a serious offense that should be dealt with seriously and not taken lightly.
My thoughts on elderly drivers would be based on nothing more then the importance of safety on the roads. It would be quite difficult for me to strongly point my opinion, since my voice on the restrictions of senior citizen driving could easily be turned back on me in the long run. Sooner or later as long as we’re living, we will all eventually become older; so each and every one of us will have to face the scrutinizing pressures of society on whether or not elderly citizens should be allowed to drive. Not all people are alike; a 75-year-old man could be in top-fit shape driving without the slightest problem, while a 65-year-old woman could be suffering from poor health conditions that impairs her driving abilities. I feel that elderly people should not be allowed to drive under certain circumstances.
King intends to persuade any car driver and the general public that the restrictions on police car chases not only need to be stricter and safer, they also need to be better followed by police engaging in car chases. The first thing that you notice when you look at the page is the large image on the left. It show Loraine Bennett and her daughter holding a picture of her deceased son. It is quite noticeable that Mrs Bennett and her daughter both have sad expressions on their faces. The picture is also quite dark which is in this case done to represent sadness or anger.
There are also many under age drivers on the road that makes driving on the road more dangerous for them and anyone driving that day. A lot of people also die because they drive while intoxicated I would have to say that’s one of the most cause of death each year. Talking on the phone is one of the most dangerous habits because you’re not always concentrated on the road. Talking on the phone while driving is prohibited because you can get into a car wreck or make some get into one or hit someone and can cause severe injury or death. It is very prohibited to talk on the phone in school areas because there is a lot of kids walking to school or getting off of their parents vehicles to walk into school and you can hit them and severely injure them or even cause death.
Challenges such as cancer, heart disease and cardiovascular illnesses can be extensive, some lasting even for years. Furthermore, the elderly are then faced with difficulty performing even basic tasks such as dressing, bathing and eating for themselves. As a result, these conditions often put the elderly in jeopardy for other psychological behaviors as well. A report by the Council on Scientific Affairs, American Medical Association (JAMA) (1996) outlines this in a compelling theory that in many cases, feelings of hopelessness, which most often will accompany alcoholism, may be more important than depression. Expert Dr. Y. D. Coble (1996) exemplifies this concept in a persuasive article written in (JAMA).
There are countless reasons for deaths: suicide, fights, diseases, suicides... The list could go on for pages. However, one of the top reasons for deaths are car accidents. Some deaths cannot be easily avoided. The driver could lose control of the car due to technical problems or weather conditions, an accident could happen because of other driver’s fault, breaking driving laws could cause unsafe situations.
Anytime you make a mistake it can affect your life and their lives too. That why anytime driving someone must use not only common senses but also all senses to make sure he is safer. When u go to any driving school the first thing you learn is to use mostly 4 senses (hearing, smelling, touching, sight.) so anytime that one is not in presence, something can happen involuntarily and it can cause a big injury and sometimes lost of lives. So, it is now clear that when using cell phone while driving you are committing a big crime which can be sued as a killing crime because you are putting your life in danger
Stopping distances for an email have been discovered, that it takes thirty-six feet to come to a complete stop. Sending text messages adds seventy feet to come to a complete stop. Texting while driving not only puts you at risk for harm to yourself. You can run red lights; you can respond incorrectly to a road sign or not see it all, which could cause a collision. Especially texting at night is severely dangerous due
When driving a vehicle, there is a great amount of concentration to perform to keep steady on the road and make sure ourselves are safe. Today, most of the people who have license do not know how to drive responsibly and safely. In today’s research, we will raise the decision of cell phone: should they be prohibited while controlling a vehicle? I think they should be prohibited from those who control vehicles. There are many other factors that cause accidents.