Even the patient drivers can become with rage, doing thing that they wouldn’t think they would do. Sometimes people don’t know how to protect themselves from a road rage person or even, what causes road rage without them knowing that it happen or that they are the ones who causes it. Also why normally patient people become impatient behind the wheel. Road rage is described as aggressive behavior stemming from a driver’s uncontrolled anger and actions towards the other driver. Sometimes road rage start by other cars driving slow or doing little things that bother you which makes you mad or frustrated to the point that you may what to get them back for the thing that they did to you.
When a person kills an innocent person that memory will stay with them forever. Over the years people have forgiven themselves because they killed an innocent person just because they wanted to look at their phone. The three main effects of distracted driving are; car accidents, traffic violations, and long-term emotional issues. Car accidents are the biggest effect of distracted driving. If you don’t pay attention to the traffic sign and you are going over the speed limit that is a traffic violation caused by distracted driving.
Our highways are dangerous in and of themselves because of the number of vehicles and drivers on the roadways, poor roads and weather conditions, therefore adding any other distractors more than triple the dangers. Some will disagree, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that texting and driving is the number one killer of teens in the United States. Is Texting and driving the new addiction, is it the leading cause of deaths on our nation 's’ highways, and is there a solution? Texting and driving is an addiction according to Dave Simon “it appears that addiction is no longer just about drugs, alcohol, junk food, or tobacco. The inability to disconnect or postpone an activity is an addition.” Simon further states that “distracted driving lessons appear to be the norm if we are to believe a new survey done by State Farm and reported by USA Today”.
So if something does happen then you have to slam on your brakes and if that happens to be in an intersection then you are putting yourself at risk to be hit if somebody else is distracted. Now distracted drivers make up a majority of drivers because we all think are phones are so important that we risk people 's
Every day, millions of people get into their cars, which in return, subjects them into the vulnerable, and quite possible, position of getting pulled over. For many of those who have had to experience the nerve-wracking feeling of getting pulled over by a regular cop, there is only one thing society has made them dread more; getting pulled over by a cop riding a motorcycle. The feelings of hostility and resentfulness towards motorcycle cops are mainly due to the habitually negative misconceptions society has bestowed upon them. Although related, misconceptions are not to be confused with stereotypes. Stereotypes are the truthfully held, yet oversimplified, idea of a particular group of people.
Do you think texting while walking should be banned? The first reason was there has been deaths and serious injuries from distracted walkers while they where on their phones. the second reason was also people need to be responsible and pay attention to their surroundings while walking and people need to be aware of there surrounding and don’t need to look at their phone more then they do the sidewalk. For example, according to the article Take Steps to Avoid Injury While Walking there has been way more fatalities injury’s form distracted walkers while they where on their phones.”According to federal data on highway fatalities, there were 5,987 pedestrian fatalities in 2016 – the highest number since 1990. This represents increase of 9% over the 2015 totals.” For instance, 2014, a 14 year old was seriously injured after stepping off a bridge while on his phone while listening to music and on snap chat.
I think the world needs to get rid of gun violence. Even though there is a lot of gun violence, there has been many bombs and terrorist attacks, and many people and very young children have died or are seriously injured. We need to stop all of this violence before it gets
Driving is apart of most teens, and adults lives for many years. There are many exciting moments from getting a license to cramming as many friends in into a car (Zermike 6-7). On the other hand there are terrifying moments from being involved in a car accident, to losing your life, and your friends life. It is important for teens to realize the responsibilities that come with driving. With car crashes being the main cause of death of teen drivers, there should be restrictions to help teens have a smaller chance of being involved in an accident.
There are numerous cases that involve a person getting hurt or worse, killed, because there was a driver being distracted. Clearly, the government and lawmakers need to create stronger laws to eliminate all distractions that cause deadly car accidents which mainly involve teenagers. “People texting worries me more than people calling people because texting is more dangerous than talking on the phone because you can pay more attention to the road when talking than texting... a ninth- tenth grade boy stated, when you are on the phone you are not aware on what is going on” (Madden and Lenhart 2-3). Places that banned hand held phones are still having trouble enforcing the law because other individuals try to hide their phones and still be on them while driving. “18 states and the District of Columbia have passed the laws banning texting while driving” (Hanes 5).
Taking off their focus on driving gives them a higher percentage of having fatal accidents. They might crash and have injuries in some instances for every time they send mails, messages or when they receive calls. People who are involved in texting while driving on road puts other innocent people in danger. We need to inform and educate civilians about the dangers or tragedies of distracted drivers and to seek for us to identify and facilitate the Philippines’s development of legalized technology that will reduce cases of street accidents due to the drivers’ undisciplined actions while
Texting and answering phone calls while driving are very imminent threats to your life and others. Most states are taking this threat seriously and imposing laws to make using your phone while driving, illegal. Texting while driving is an enormous irresponsibility. When driving you 're taking everyone on the roads life in your hands, not only your own. People think "I 'm only looking down for a second.