Why Banning the Use of Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Mandatory Nationwide

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Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2013 11:19:52 -0400 Subject: Email notification for assignment submission From: no-reply@study.ashworthcollege.edu To: iyastar777@hotmail.com Site Title: SP180.0.3 Principles of Public Speaking Site ID: 3e8a2e42-6911-42e4-b532-61bb065bd401 Assignment: Assignment 6_06 Assignment Due Date: Dec 31, 2022 11:55 pm Student: Patricia King (AC1302792)( 2259666 ) Submission ID: 3fec4b84-d954-44fd-a9bb-d9e6277db7f0 Submitted on: Sep 19, 2013 11:19 am Submitted Text Patricia King AC1302792 SP180.0/3 Principles of Public Speaking Assignment6_06 Organizing and Outlining Your Speech Submission Date: September 19, 2013 Title: Why Banning the use of Cell Phones while driving should be mandatory nationwide. A. General Purpose: To persuade the audience about the dangers of the use of cell phones while driving. B. Specific Purpose: To inform the audience of the dangers of talking, texting and driving. C. Central Idea: Talking, Texting and Driving could Kill, cause you to loose a whole lot and cause undo pain to Motorist and Pedestrians. With technology on the rise daily more specifically cellphones there is an increased in the number of accidents due to distraction because of the use of cellphone while driving. Therefore government and legislature needs to pass laws to ban cell phone usage while driving nationwide. I. Introduction Cell phones are very common today. 72% of those who drive and owns a cell phone say they can use them to talk or text while driving. A quarter of drivers with cellphones report that they use them to send or receive text messages while driving. In many states although banning of cellphones while driving have been place into law, many drivers still utilize their phones while driving. They are aware of the many dangerous situations, but just merely discount it.
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