Driving While Distracted Analysis

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The general argument made by Matt Richtel in his work, “Driving While Distracted” is that use of cellphones should be banned while in cars. More specifically Ritchel argues that using cellphones in cars can lead to injury, death, and overall danger. He writes “Studies indicate that drivers using cellphones are four times as likely to cause a crash as other drivers” (11). Richtel is suggesting how dangerous the use of these devices can actually be. Cellphone use can magnify the the potential hazards of being in a car to a great extent. The author believes that if cellphones are banned, the safety of many drivers would be increased. Drivers would no longer have their lives at risk if their distractions were reduced. In my view, Richtel

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