The world today is dependent on cellular devices, that even includes being attached to a phone while driving a car. Should someone be able to text while one is driving? Texting while driving is really bad and has killed many people in the world, so why is it still legal? Truthfully though laws are amazing in theory, but not everyone will follow them. Texting should be banned by the government because a law, because without one it can only go down hill.
Step 07: Avoid leaving your phone alone in public places. Hackers may infect your locked device using hardware kinds of stuff. Step 08: Do not forget to lock your phone when it is not in use. Use multiple layered securities for your device like as pattern lock, pin codes, face or voice recognition etc. Step 09: Do not plug in your phone at public charging point, it may steal your data from the device or install malware on your
That is why interacting with cell phones or other communication devices while driving should be illegal. Some argue that cell phones should be allowed while a person is driving. A driver may need to dial for an ambulance or a police officer. A similar amount of car crashes will event with or without cell phone involvement. Some simply say that texting while
In today’s world, cell phone devices take a big part in our lives. We depend on our devices for communication needs such as surfing the internet, making calls, and texting. Yes, cellphones are useful but also more dangerous when used at inappropriate times. One of the most dangerous time to use cell phones is while driving. Oprah Winfrey’s New York Times editorial essay “Dnt Txt N Drv,” explains the extreme consequences of texting while driving.
According to Larry Greenemeier, a recent court case, Carpenter V. United States "specifically pits the privacy of information that wireless devices share with their service providers-the towers or " cell sites" devices connect to, the phone numbers they call and answer, and the time and length of those calls-against law enforcement's authority to retrieve that data without a warrant." However, the FBI issued court orders under the 1986 SCA in order to compel carriers to turn that information over to the FBI. This would be acceptable despite the fact that a warrant requires more reasoning to receive. If they felt strongly enough that they had reason to obtain certain information, they should have to convince a judge to see the situation from the same point of view. “ Without a warrant, but with the SCA court order in hand-the FBI compelled MetroPCS to provide about four months of location records for a smartphone owned by suspect Timothy Ivory Carpenter.” Based off of the information the authorities had previously, it would not have been hard to convince a judge to issue them a warrant.
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. III. Purpose Statement – Texting while driving is a serious distraction and one that could cost you your life or the lives of others.
Using any kind of cell phone while driving can cause the driver to become blind to up to 50% of the traffic scene in front of her. This occurs because the brain doesn 't have the capacity to process both the phone conversation and the visual signals from the eyes at the same time. By choosing to focus on the conversation, many details of the road such as a pedestrian crossing the street don 't register in the mind. The pedestrian and other parts of the road scene
In conclusion, criminalization of the use of cell phone while driving is essential considering today’s reality. In fact, increased punishment would make the cause considered more serious, it would bring public awareness and would diminish the number of crashes. Furthermore, banning the use of cellphone for drivers would reduce the deaths on the
Although the app can help while the driver is alone by silencing the phone, other people in the car might be a distraction to the driver and as you may infer the app cannot silence those people ultimately defeating the purpose of the app (Halsey 1). That will cause mayhem upon the driver with a multitude of distractions despite having the app active on their