Teen Driving Consequences: Teens Texting While Driving

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Teens Texting While Driving
At some point in everyone’s life we are given a driver’s license, these are given to the people that are very responsible. It is not only driving a vehicle that can take their life away in seconds, but it can also take others people life as well. Driving requires staying focus on the road and lots of concentration, which should not de violated. Although the Federal Communications Commission and the National’s Health website agrees that all distracted driving can be prevented, and that the popularity of mobile devices has had some unintended and even dangerous consequences. They disagree when it comes to teens drivers are far more likely to send and receive a text message while driving than adults and that children
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If we give teen drivers simple, clear instructions not to use their cell phones while driving it might prevent allot of the vehicle accidents all over the globe. Teen drivers need to understand that driving is not a game, it is something really serious and it involves lives. Like The Federal Communications Commission stated in their website that, “The popularity of mobile devices has had some unintended and even dangerous consequences” (web). A lot of lives are been taken away because of teenagers not driving responsibly. A lot of teens do not understand how not driving responsibly can kill people. Some teens think that driving really fast is cool but they do not think that after they caused an accident and the victims do not …show more content…
One of them is teen drivers are far more likely to send and receive a text message while driving than adults. Most adults do not call, send text messages or even receive them because they are being responsible while driving they want to stay safe and prevent any type of accidents. The other believes that adults now days do text and drive just like teenagers. Teenagers are young people that think that texting and driving is cool but some adults do too. Both articles did not agree with this point and both might have different points of view about teens are the only ones that text and drive.
The other point is that all children learn from their parent’s behavior when it comes to driving. Article II argues that teens are just like their parents when it comes to the behaviors, because if the teenagers see their parent’s texting and driving most likely they will do the same even if the parents tell them not too. Article I really does not talk about it but it thinks that driving is a privilege that comes with responsibility. The parents should know how the teen is before letting them drive a vehicle in the

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