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  • Persuasive Essay On Safe Driving And Seatbelts

    everyone’s safety, but more often drivers become preoccupied with everything from loud music, applying makeup, eating food, and most commonly utilizing their cell phones. These distractions coupled with poor driving techniques are producing many of the accidents that happen every day. Studies show drivers who text while driving are more likely to become involved in a crash and most acknowledge human error as the most common cause of roadway fatalities. Many state Departments…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Airbags

    developed and developing countries become more motorized, daily tasks such as transportation, commute and travel have become easier and more convenient. However, motorization also resulted in an increase of tragic injuries and deaths due to car accidents involving passengers and pedestrians. They are commonly caused by distractions, intoxication, speeding, poor weather, or design defects. Annually, roughly 1.3 million people die in car crashes, with an average of 3,287 deaths per day. Amongst…

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  • Essay On Gunna Be Okay

    this can leave a lasting impact on a person. This single day has scarred me for life. This scarring incident left somewhere around 30 people injured and 2 killed. That is a low but serious number. What leaves a scar on most people? Divorce? Car Accidents? Illness? These are all common situations. 50% of children in North America have to deal with divorce. A staggering…

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  • The Dangers Of Yellowstone

    SAFETY FIRST A wonderful, yet wild place, Yellowstone has many dangers both hidden and overt. Each year a number of tourists are seriously injured and even killed in accidents that occur in and around the park. This is not Disneyland, the extraordinary natural features that keep Yellowstone such an alluring place can also make it perilous. The effort to provide a true wilderness experience lends to inherent dangers. Thus, common sense and extra precautions are always in order. Automobiles:…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Broken Bones

    Broken Bones Life-changing events could happen anywhere, anytime, to anyone, but what was mine? Approximately two years ago, I got into a car accident. This accident was more momentous to the way I am than I could’ve ever imagined. My paranoia would skyrocket, along with my anxiety and OCD. Nothing would ever be the same for me, and I don’t exactly hate the hurtful experience. My seatbelt had bruised my bladder, causing more pain than my broken bone. But I didn’t cry because I didn’t want to…

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  • Write An Essay On Chernobyl Accident

    (2015, p. 93). Although the amount of contamination has greatly dropped since the accident happened 29 years ago, small amounts of radiation can be found within the plants and animals of the surrounding the area. Yablokov (2009) talks about in his conclusion that the species populations around Chernobyl are still showing an array of morphological…

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  • Write An Essay On The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Everlasting

    Disregarding safety and going well over the speed limit leads to a quick lesson what to do after feeling unstoppable doom and then destroying both a car and a guardrail. Because of the massive amount of vehicle experience that I was raised with, being in some form of vehicle nearly every day was normal for the entirety of my memorable life, I believed that driving would be extremely easy and therefore could be executed at any speed in any condition. The everlasting skid marks and dent in the…

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  • Narrative Essay On Longboard Accident

    The Longboard failed me. In the summer before fifth grade, I lived in a hidden neighborhood, which was surrounded with a crowd of trees. The neighborhood had one entrance with a mile long paved road. It was fun to ride my bike and scooter there without worrying about our safety. We had a couple of rules that we had to follow if we wanted to continue to play outside. Play safe, especially using our safety gears, don't go into other houses unless mom is okay with it, don't talk to strangers, and…

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  • Personal Narrative: How I Learned The Fragility Of Life

    Everybody makes mistakes, some more severe than others. However, not everyone has made mistakes that could have costed them their lives. For me, such an incident took place in March of 2017 when I crashed my car into a ditch. Although the experience was far from pleasant, I know I will never forget it or the valuable lessons it seared into my brain. I learned to always be aware while driving, and to make sure to stay focused. I learned the danger in overcorrection. Lastly, and perhaps most…

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  • Self-Driving Vehicles

    Advantages: • Due to the use of driverless technology ,human errors can be eliminated due to which there will be less accidents. As you can derive from the figure that ‘17.5’ of the accidents is due to trucks and lorry. This numbers can be significantly brought down by using self driven trucks. • Due to the usage of sensors in trucks, more space can be accommodated in storing goods which helps to carry…

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