Traveling at 55mph speed that is the length of a football field and that can be a enough to get in an automobile accident. The National Safety Council (NSC) report that 1 out of 4 car accidents in the United States has happened by a driver that is texting and driving.
Each year nearly 330,000 people have been injured by an accident caused by people texting and driving. In 2013 alone, 3,154 people were killed because of distraction- related accidents. About 424,000 people were injured in the automobile accident because of a distracted driver. In 2012, about 421,000 people were hurt because of distracted drivers, and 3,328 people were killed because of texter or distracted driver. The National Safety Council says that when the police got on the scene nearly half (48%) teenagers and adults admitted to being on their phones or taking a call when they had caused the