Cars with stick shifts are very fuel efficient. Cars with a stick shift will respond better to the driver which makes them safer. People who are used to shifting gears will focus more on their driving making it more efficient and safe. When a driver shifts a gear down to reduce his speed, he/she are actually saving on brake repairs. Cars with stick shifts have more power, and tend to respond better when you accelerate.
This helps to stop accidents because it removes distractions from a p-plate driver so they can focus solely on driving. Another danger P-plate drivers face while on the roads is their driving speed. If a driver is going too fast, they are not able to stop fast enough or pay enough attention while driving, which can cause accidents. The current p-plate laws are effective in reducing accidents through a drivers speed by introducing laws which limit p-plate drivers to the speed of 90km/h, as well as not allowing p-plate drivers to drive turbo or supercharged engines or have modifications in their engines. These p-plate laws are affective in reducing accidents on the road, because they reduce p-plate drivers to a low speed as well as slow cars.
For example, race cars use manual transmissions. They have some advantages like they are very fuel efficient. Also can respond better to the driver which makes them safer. People who are used to shifting gears will focus more on their driving making it more efficient and safe. When shifting gears down to reduce speed, you are saving money on brake repairs (rotors, pads, calipers).
Those that would most enjoy this image would be police officers because they’re the ones that have to stop and give out tickets to people who are texting and driving. So they would like to see this up on bill boards so that people can see what texting can cause. If more people see this image on the streets then the chances are people will stop endangering themselves and focusing on the road. Therefore that would lower the rate of accidents due to the texting and police officers would not have to make so many traffic stops. People would profit from this image because now most of the time people would make the right choice by not texting.
Another main reason is that even if a person was to be texting while driving most of the time he or she will not admit to it. This would cause for less evidence in a case where someone was injured in an accident. This source would be important to me in most of my essay in most of it. It has some good facts stated by a lawyer who is involved in lawsuits relating to car wrecks while texting and driving. The source states that a person texting while driving can be following the laws while texting and driving, and another person might be the cause of the wreck.
CH. 12: Driving In Adverse Conditions 12.1: *Reduced Visibility* * Dirty Window: Whenever visibility is reduced, drivers need more time to use the IPDE Process and apply zone control driving techniques. Windows that are dirty are danger, because you can’t see a lot of your obstacles, like other drivers, the weather, and road hazards. * Sun Glare: * Sunglasses and visors can help prevent glare. Don’t stare at sun.
The ad is a picture of a child with a dent in her head that looks as if she is made of car metal. In the corner of the ad it says “In town, car accidents don’t just happen to cars. Slow down.” The intended audience is most likely drivers who speed through neighborhood areas. Clearly the ad is to prevent car accidents by telling drivers to be cautious and slow down when driving, especially in local areas or “in town” where kids play. With this ad, the strongest appeal to the audience is clearly pathos, or appeal to emotion.
Then, we were to research at least an article to back up our hypothesis. Once we had all the information from there we figured out which distraction causes more accidents and it was texting. Materials phone car person Hypothesis Our hypothesis is we believe texting causes more accidents than talking on the phone. Null Hypothesis Our null hypothesis is we believe that both texting and talking while driving cause the same amount of accidents. What type of measurable data will you collect?
Texting while driving has become a major cause of accidents, especially among young drivers. When texting, you are too focused on your conversation instead of the road. This not only puts the driver of the vehicle is harms way; it creates an unsafe environment for all those in and around the automobile. Is a text message really that important? I highly believe that texting while driving should be illegal.
Technology is available that permits vehicles to “talk” to each other. This is because of technology much like Bluetooth. Autos would be able to communicate without the assistance of their drivers, and allow cars to take corrective actions to avoid collisions. This should not take the place of cellphone driving bans, but be used as an added safety precaution for defensive driving purposes (Healey, 2013). Collectively we can effectively tackle distracted driving through complex tactics such as talking cars and enforcement of laws developed.