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    The moment drivers are receiving notifications; they are looking down at the phone in their lap responding. As a result, they are not able to navigate accurately on the road. Drivers that are driving behind, blow the horn to the drivers in front, and that can cause drivers that are distracted to respond unexpectedly by breaking hard or regaining speed. Moreover, drivers, who have a passenger in their vehicle, will put their passenger’s life at risk of being killed in an accident. For the most part, the distraction of their phones diverts the drivers’…

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    Dangers of Texting and Using Cell Phones While Driving The use of cell phones while driving has become more popular among drivers over the past ten years. People who text while driving tend to stray from their lanes into other lanes, other cars, and even off the road altogether: thus creating a danger to all who drive. Think about how often you see vehicles driving really slow on the freeways as you pass them, you see them looking at their phone not paying attention to the road. For example, a…

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    Today everywhere are people are talking and texting while driving. Drivers should not be allowed to use the cell phone while driving. Using a cell phone while driving can cause many problems for you and the other drivers on the road. Just by sending a quick text could end with someone being hurt. Therefore cell phone use while driving should be stopped. Using a cell phone while driving may cause someone to get distracted. If they are calling or texting someone that might distract the driver and…

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    emanating from the tiny screen. When driving, the small distractions cell phones present can add up to devastating consequences. All states should pass laws designating cell phone use while driving as an illegal action. These laws would eliminate distractions for drivers, take financial aspects into consideration, and provide an effective example for the youth of generations to come, thus contributing to a safer society. Cell phones…

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    teen’s reckless driving and immaturity killed three people (“Teen Driving”). Teens should not receive their driver’s license until the age of eighteen because accidents involving teenagers are usually caused by inexperience, alcohol use, and texting while driving. First, according to the internet database Facts On File News, (“Teen Driving”), teens are inexperienced and need more…

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    Texting while driving a car is against the law for a reason. Picture yourself driving in your car while texting. You look away from the road for just a second to read the last text. The next thing you realize, you lose control of the car and wind up in a hospital bed. Texting is the huge distraction because it is done by hand and it is visual. Using phones devices while driving can cause drivers to miss important hints. People do not understand the risk they are taking when they text and drive.…

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    are getting involved in car accidents but get lucky to survive in the event of sending or getting messages during driving on the road. Drivers loose attention on the road when using a mobile phone often takes about five seconds. For example, if a driver is driving 55 miles per hour. The driver would cover the same distance without interruption for five seconds is like the distance of a football field ( Codey, 2013). This consequently means that the interruption time is most often shown. During…

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    “Boom!” There was just a huge wreck in front of me the cause was due to texting while driving. Texting while driving is a very selfish act that motorists choose to do. It is also a very dangerous choice which in some cases can result in a vehicular fatality. Texting and driving is dangerous for all motorist. To begin with, texting while you drive is distracting. According to the passage,”The Danger Of Texting While Driving” it states, One study found that each text took the driver's…

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    Cell phones are very convenient, and just about everyone owns one. While you have everything at your fingertips: texting, calling and music, to use whenever you want, there are times when they should not be used. When you are driving is one of those times. Texting is the worst thing you can do while driving. Everyone has seen the pictures and read the stories of car accidents caused by texting while driving. The texting dangers can be broken down into two parts, both being a distraction.…

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    Do you ever text while driving or do you avoid the phone? Many people text or use a phone while driving. They are either really brave to do such a risk while driving or they just don’t think of what can happen. Driving while texting can be really dangerous. If you text, you are putting your life in danger. Anything can happen if you are being distracted and not looking at the road. If you do text while driving or using any mobile device you better think about it twice before you even pick up…

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