Although everyone may sneak in a quick text every now and then, it is nothing compared to those who blatantly disregard their surroundings and give more attention to their phone than the road. Texting and driving laws should not have to be put in place, but it is because of these smartphone over-users that they are needed. It is the only way to ensure the most safety for the biggest amount of citizens. I personally was almost in a terrible wreck due to my father texting and driving, but after that day, my dad swore to never text and drive and that he would never threaten someone’s life in such a way ever again. Yes there are ways to avoid texting and driving, but the only way to grant the greatest amount of safety to the most people is to pass texting and driving laws to make America’s roads safe
Sadly, most people tend to learn only from their own experience. Everyone hear and see how using a cell phone device while driving is dangerous, but most believe it couldn’t possibly happen to them. They hear how it is dangerous to the person driving, also dangerous to the people and cars surrounding that driver. In addition, there are many tragic stories out there like Winfrey mentioned. People hear about lives that has been lost and damages many accidents caused
The citizens of Orwell’s dystopian world didn’t have any privacy, they were constantly spied on, and if they did or said anything that went against the government, they were punished. In the article written by Maass and Rajagopalan That’s No Phone. That’s My Tracker.
You see them everywhere, a person who is on their phone while walking. To anyone, they may seem harmless, but by using their technology while walking, they put themselves and others on the road in harm 's way. Texting while walking has become a serious problem. Consequently, people all over the world are becoming injured or even dying just because they can 't look up from their phones while walking. Some people think the solution to this problem is to make it illegal to text and walk, and others believe there are different ways to solve this problem than to make a law.
“And in her ears, the little seashells the thimble radios tamped tight, and an electronic ocean of sound…” (Bradbury 12). Mildred even sleeps with them on, showing how much faith the citizens have in the government, and how much they rely on them for everything. These electronics also distract the conformists so, again, they don't have any time to think for themselves and create their own opinions because the news from the seashell radio earpiece is always louder than their own voice. Similarly, the government uses jingles as well.
When thinking of violence, most people picture a fight scene from a movie, or the latest news story on mass shootings in schools. Other types of violence are almost never part of the equation. While physical may be the most eminent form of violence, others do exist. Violence comes in three main forms: physical, psychological, and sexual, each with their own unique means of causing harm. People experience violence every day, and many suffer in silence because American culture has taught them that their suffering is not important.
Scientist David Sanbonmatsu stated "The researchers found that people who thought they were good at multi-tasking were actually the worst at it." Multitasking is a very common thing used in everyday life, from work to even walking on the side walk while using your phone. One study from the University of Sussex in the UK indicates that forms of multitasking can cause cognitive damage. MRI scans showed that those who consumed multiple
Although distractions while driving are never good, some of them just won’t be avoided but texting while driving can be avoided. It’s no one’s fault but our own. According to Nathan Seppa, author of “Impactful Distraction” texting is the highest distraction for drivers. He also explains that in a recent survey, 40% of high school students had used their phones while driving (pars. 36, 39).
Do you ever text while driving? Is it really worth it? II. Credibility Statement: I researched and found stories of information about teens and adults getting killed using cell phones without looking on the road. I have a lot against people who take their eyes off the road just for a text that’s not emergences or important.
Every day drivers who choose to text risk their own life as well as yours. These are car accidents that don't have to happen. In 2011 23% of auto collisions involved cell phones, that's 1.3 million crashes. These can be easily prevented by turning off the phone while in the car.
Teenagers pose the biggest threat because they are constantly on their phones believing they can simultaneously text and drive. Statistics prove that eight of every ten texting accidents is caused by a teen driver. Making it illegal to use phones when driving would initially decrease this problem. Answering phone calls while driving is just as terrible if not worse than texting. Maybe when talking on the phone you 're still able to watch the road, but your focus is on who is talking to and what they 're talking about.
We Cannot Text and Drive MLA Style Writing Prompt: In “Word to Youth: Texting, Driving Don’t Mix” Larry Copeland illustrates how dangerous it is to text and drive, and interjects the study that reveals data that shows, although people are aware this behavior is dangerous, they continue to text and drive because it is their belief they “can do it safely.” Write an essay that expository explains why individuals cannot text and drive safely. Many drivers, not just youth, hold the belief that they are capable of texting while driving in a safe manner.
Why does a street sweeper dare come into here?” (Rand 62) As Equality walked in there he felt very looked down on, and they saw him as nothing important. The council thought they were more important than him. Collectivism was showing in this part by the council thinking they were higher than Equality when he walked into there home.
Smartphones And Relationships In Mandy Oaklander’s article, ”How Your Smartphone is Ruining Your Relationship” (2016) she states, that smartphones destroy relationship. I disagree with this for multiple reasons. I plan to tell you reasons that don’t support this and reasons that do support it.
“You could say you need it because you definitely need things like a cellphone these days, but I guess it’s still luxury in a way.” This will show the teens that how hard money is made and won 't buy the latest and most expensive items. The short story “Cracking the desired code” the story tells us how not to waste our money on items we don 't even need or how to use. Apple launched a new device called Ipod you could watch videos, text message, play games, and listen to music. The people that had MP3 players could only listen to music when the Ipod came out lot of people wanted it even the people who just wanted to listen to music but the people who just wanted to listen to music it was a waste of purchase because they didn 't need to use the other features of the Ipod and just use it for the music.