Many distractions are cause on the road; however texting while driving is one of the most dangerous distractions that can happen on the road. Just from taking their eyes of the road for a few seconds people can cause many deathly car crashes and accidents while texting messaging, Although texting and driving can also cause many serious injuries to someon love one, they can either bleed to death or have a concoction. Texting and driving can leave little kids without their parents. Therefore people should not text and drive because they can affected someone live forever without even knowing they
If a person is in their tracks, it’s completely okay to hit them because they have a place to be. Lastly, they argue that driver’s tests do not teach you how to merge. When Jessica got a ticket for reckless driving, because she merged incorrectly, she was confused. She was expecting to be excused from the ticket since she was not tested on the driver’s test for merging. But texting while driving is never okay because nothing is that important, and nothing is that urgent that rushing through a red light/stop sign is necessary because it may cause a really horrific accident with lives lost.
Presentation Rationale Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to inform others of the dangers of distracted driving and to persuade them to avoid practices that lead to distracted driving. This presentation will specifically show how cases of distracted driving accidents and near crashes are on the rise and how our increasing use of technology is a major contributing factor. The presentation will also show that these figures are especially high in young drivers. The goal is to have the audience take away an understanding of how attempting to focus on anything other than the road while behind the wheel is a dangerous act not only to themselves but for others as well. Intended Audience: My ideal audience for this presentation would be drivers under the age of thirty.
Lastly taking your mind off the road is cognitive distraction for example conversation on the phone while driving. All these distraction can lead up to a collision. 1. Implementing someone to not use his or her cell phone while driving will make you a hero because you stopped someone from the possibility of getting into a car collision. 2.
Texting and driving is a big problem in our society. In the U.S. alone about 32,000 people are killed and two million injured in crashes every year. More than ninety percent of vehicle crashes in the U.S. happen because of distracted driving (Kalra and Paddock 1). Such as texting or any other form of distracted driving. However, this topic is very serious and needs to be addressed.
The common theme for Don't give up and Making Sarah cry is helping others. In Making Sarah cry Sarah protects the narrator when he gets bullied. While in Don’t Give Up The Fight the narrator tells her friend about her being bullied and the friend tells the principle and the bullies get in trouble. Even though they both share a common theme they are also completely different stories. In Making Sarah Cry the characters actions made him grow up because he was hit by a car and everybody bullied him.
Now think in your head why are we as a race, so careless to even protect our own people. This is important because these people are endangering the people that we love and care for. At any moment it could be your son or daughter that is riding in a bus that gets hit by a car and what happens if they die. It may not be your fault, but then think that something you may do every so often did that to your son. The most important thing of all this is that
Using the word “smashed” influenced participants to say that the cars were going really fast and they remembered seeing broken glass in the scene, when in reality there was no broken glass. One of her conclusions was that memory is not a recording device, instead our memories are reconstructive. Memories can be changed by ourselves and others,
Slide Three : The impacts this has on the one doing the activity and bystanders are severe. Not only does the effects of joyriding incidents have an impact on the person committing the act, it also impact those around them at the time of the incident, as well as their family and friends and others affected by the incident (another car hit and those inside). Studies show most joy-riders are juvenile. This is bad, as that means most out of control high speed cars are at the hands of a teenager who doesn’t know how to react in the situation he/she is put in. The Following are some impacts this has : Possible death of passengers, bystanders, driver and, if another car was
An end to drunk driving When driving a vehicle, thinking about the effects it will have on others might be the last thing on a person 's mind. Getting into an accident can be horrific, especially if the cause is drunk driving. Drunk drivers put lives at risk, as they can swerve uncontrollably and crash into innocent bystanders or other drivers. Automobile accidents occur daily, whether it is from a distracted driver, drunk driver or a sudden crash. However, drunk driving accidents and deaths related to them are totally preventable.