Distracted Driving

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There are many risk that comes with distracted driving although not all end in a horrific results most accidents are lethal.The government realized the threat and accident percentage was rising so they are trying to ban CellPhone use while driving . Although cell phones have not been around for a very long time, they have become a key part of our lives. People use their cell phones for just about everything such as: texting, talking, social media etc. Sometimes we can even do two or more of these things at the same time. Unfortunately, people are also choosing the wrong time to be using their cellphones: while they are driving. As a society, we have become so enslaved to our cellphones that we forget to finish the task at hand.…show more content…
These advances have become so deeply rooted in our society one cannot seem to go a single day without their phone or laptop or other electronic devices. People are constantly going on the Internet and checking their phones whether it is to text someone or post a status update or a picture. Personally this issue not only affects my generation, it hits close to home as well. The goal is to successfully address an issue in a way that provides a better well being for society as a whole. Distracted driving is an epidemic that can be controlled. The casualties lives was not lost in vain. These laws that are being created to honor all of the people that lost their lives due to distracted driving. Is sending a text that important? A text that could ultimately cause someone to lose his or her lives. Not only is a life lost that day but the lives of all the people involved, the driver, the families and loved ones of the one that is killed is all affected and changed forever all because of that one text. After all, one should look at it like this, one would not pull out and check their phone when they are taking their road test or when they have been stopped by a police officer for driving recklessly, So why should they do so when they are driving in the real world with
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