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    Texting Vs Driving

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    the road. For that reason Agree with texting and driving calls. When driving many things can serve as a distraction from the road. One of those things is texting or calling while driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) drivers who use hand held devices are four times as likely to be involved in a serious accident on the road. Is texting or calling someone more important than your safety? “Distracted Driving” was the word of the year in 2009. More NHTSA…

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    Importance Of Safe Driving

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    The excitement that a driver’s license brings to a teenager is one of the few things that hasn’t changed over the years. To teens, driving brings a sense of freedom and independence, it boosts self-esteem, and makes one feel grown up. However, teenagers have less experience, maturity, and driver training than most adults. Therefore, more teenage drivers are involved in car crashes every year and more are being killed. The number of teenage deaths is increasing because teenagers are immature and…

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    Texting While Driving

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    internet. Men, women, and children tie their lives to their cell phones, and they become easily distracted by the pictures and sounds 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…

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    only times I loose my focus is when I’m driving on the road, too busy daydreaming about random things, lost in my own thoughts, perhaps trying to solve problems then end up finding myself where I intended to be. Was it because I’m used to the same road or perhaps I was multitasking unconsciously? Well, some of us may or may not know but we all have scripts for what we do in our every day life routine. In the case of driving, day by day we develop our own driving behaviors and start getting used…

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    Texting And Driving Essay

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    Texting and Driving Distracted driving, also called texting and driving, is when a person driving a car is texting, emailing, talking on the phone or on social media. Texting and driving was not a very big problem before the 2000s because cell phones have only recently become a big thing. Texting became popular around 1997, but only a small number of people owned smartphones. Texting and driving has also only recently become a very deadly problem in the United States due to more people…

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    Texting And Driving Essay

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    format of text driving in various challenging conditions, a survey and a driving simulation experiment were conducted. The survey investigated the texting habits and driving experience of drivers through SuveyMonkey on the internet. The participants’ demographic information such as age and gender were collected in order to establish experiment parameters such as blocking and sample sizing. Participants were asked to give a personal rating of how they believe texting affects their own driving, as…

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    Legal Driving Age

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    their teenage to young adult years, that is, 16 to 21. Driving is not an obligation, but a privilege that many do not recognize. Driving can be deadly if not taken seriously. For this reason to make driving comfortable and safe, the legal driving age should be raised to the age of 21; the age at which citizens begin to mature mentally. This implementation of raising the age would cut the number of deaths, as well as restrict the freedom…

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    Self Driving Dbq

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    In the United States, implementing self driving vehicles may be detrimental for the economy of densely populated urban cities. Self driving cars will most likely have an adverse effect on automobile businesses in densely populated cities. Many places rely heavily on driving jobs such as taxis, uber, lyft, and other transportations. If self driving cars were to be implemented people would not need to pay for taxis, they will have their car drop them off then send it back home. Car transportation…

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    Phones While Driving

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    that talking on a cell phone impairs driving skills. To test this experiment you need a controlled group and a experimental group. This will show the effect of drivers talking on their cell phones while driving and those who do not talk on their cell phone while driving. The experimental group in this case is the people who are talking on their cell phones while driving. The control group in this case is the people who do not talk on their cell phones while driving. It is important to include a…

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    Texting While Driving

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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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