English 1001 February 26, 2011 Cell phones while Driving The controversy about using a cell phone while driving is outrageous. Many researchers have shown a lot of different statistics and injuries when it comes to talking on cell phones and driving. Using cell phones while driving causes distractions to drivers. Many states banned there drivers from talking on a cell phone while driving. However, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute “Three states and jurisdictions that prohibits there
Texting and Driving Thousands of young adults each year are injured due to many forms of distracted driving, such as texting, updating social media, sending photos, etc. It has become a habit cause of our generation, teens and young adults are too confident in their ability of ‘safely’ texting and driving Texting while driving can be very dangerous, even more than driving while being drunk. When you decide to text behind the wheel you’re not only risking your life, but others’ around you too.
Texting and Driving 56% of deaths on the industrial road are caused by reckless drivers who think they are cool by texting while driving. State legislators are considering making it a law for people to use a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle. In fact, the state legislators should be encouraged to pass this law. Technically speaking, if they don't pass this, it may even be considered murder because it's the state's fault so many deaths are occurring. Making it illegal to text and drive
Eng 121-607 2/26/13 Driving and texting can be very dangerous as it inhibits focus while behind the wheel. Today, people stay connected with one another through various ways. Some use social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+. As a society we can’t help but to see and know what our friends are doing or feeling today. The compulsion of looking at the phone when a text message arrives or when getting a phone call is very tempting, but what some don’t realize
Texting and Driving Almost sixty-five percent of teens passengers death occur while another adolescent was texting and driving. Teens nor adults should text and drive. Minors who text and drive are not only putting themselves at risk but also other drivers. More laws should be made about texting and driving so that it can come to a stop. A dangerous and terrible habit American drivers have developed.Texting while driving is becoming more popular. More and more states are making laws to ban
Texting while driving is an up rising issue in today’s society. The fact that people are too busy texting rather then paying attention to what really matters is critical. By not paying attention to the road can cause deaths or even serious injuries to other people. Through the use of logos, ethos, and pathos the photograph below shows what may happen if you’re more worried about a text rather then the actual road. Logos The graphic that I choose to describe that people should not text and drive
Texting and driving can be dangerious Texting and drivng has become a recent issue in today's society. Many teens, as well as adults, have formed a habit of using their cell phones while driving their cars. The government has realized this is an ongoing problem that is causing accidents. In trying to prevent this, new laws have been passed, making the use of cell phones while operating a car, illegal. However, too many people do not respect this law. One of the dangers of texting and driving
Texting and Driving Driving is a difficult activity. When someone drives they are supposed to pay attention to all their surroundings. Everyday I drive I try to be as safe as possible and not get distracted. About 5 months ago I didn’t care about safety and looked at my phone all the time. Little did I know I would pay for that terrible decision. I was looking at my phone distracted and not looking at the road. I not only put myself in danger but the lives of all the people on the road.
dangers of texting while driving are quite pronounced on the roads today. Danger in the wake of cell phone use is no stranger to lawmakers and organizations. Wilson in 2007 notes that 89% of Americans believe texting is “distracting, dangerous, and should be outlawed,” yet 66% text while driving. Against the background of the already dangerous act of cell phone use while driving, a much more potent danger has emerged in the cell phone on the road, with the topic of texting while driving. Cell Phone
Argumentative writing Distracted driving occurs everywhere in the world. It’s an issue that impacts the whole United States of America. As people of this day and age we need to come together as a whole and put a stop to this outrageous dilemma that effects the lives of thousands of people every day. As a result of distracted driving, excessive amounts of car accidents as well rise in deaths. The state of Florida is in need of a law that prevents drivers from texting and driving. As the state of Florida