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Informative Speech Outline: Driving while Intoxicated Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience the dangers of drinking and driving, and how it can affect you and your surroundings. Central Idea: Drinking and driving is extremely dangerous: you are at risk of hurting yourself, become a threat to others around you, you can get into some legal issues if you are stopped by a police officer. Introduction: It’s a Friday! It’s payday! You just got off work and you’re ready to party.
– What options are there? • Increasing the performance of laser scanning device and sensors, by which the car will be able to find the situation it is put into very efficiently, allow making best decisions. • Moral principles must be embedded into the programming. • Enabling the cars to communicate with each other on the road to signal the obstructions. • Allowing the cars to remember every new scenario it is put into so that much safer decisions will be taken in less
Abstract—Driver inattention is one of the main reasons for frequent road accidents around the globe. Consequently, road accident prevention system by detecting the driver’s inattention, which measures the level of driver drowsiness and provide a warning in case of mishappening has received a great deal of attention as a measure to prevent road accidents. In this paper an efficient system to prevent road accidents is designed using the eye blink IR sensor and alcohol sensor. The IR transmitter is used to transmit the infrared rays in our eye. The IR receiver is used to receive the reflected infrared rays of eye.
When you partake in these actions, you are putting yourself and others at risk for injury and possible death. Alcohol and drugs are capable of impairing your motor skills, reaction time and judgment, and can also affect your depth and distance perception. All of these skills are crucial for driving safely; hence, driving under the influence is utterly treacherous and detrimental to your well-being. As well as putting yourself and others at risk, driving while under the influence also has serious legal consequences. Incarceration, impounding of your vehicle, and revocation of your driver’s license are all possible repercussions of drinking and driving.
Are cell phones the real problem, or is it just the driver? When the brain tries to multitask, it cannot focus on everything at once. Multitasking is impossible which is why talking on the phone and driving can be so dangerous. The National Safety Council says, “1 in 4 car accidents happen
The light stimulates rods and cones resulting in a change in their membrane potential. This change results in a cascade of signals via sensory nerve cells along an optic nerve to the visual cortex. The image that is seen is focused on via the use of both intraocular and extraocular
What are the benefits of HOV lanes? From my interest in HOV my research question is, should Chicago implement HOV lanes on Interstates and highways? This question is important because it can say if HOV lanes would benefit Chicago. These car pool lanes can benefit in the
The suspension sustains the wheels with proper steer and camber approachwith respect to the road surface. This maintains the tire contact with the ground. The wheel suspension characteristics are important for the road holding ability of the tires and the riding quality of the car. It plays vital role in reducing the transient forces to the body as well as the harshness of the environmental noise. 5.2 Suspension systems used in the assembly.