Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death for people ages 1-54 in the United States every year. Seat belts are the most effective way to prevent some of these deaths. With that being said, primary seat belt laws should be recognized and made illegal not to wear a seatbelt when riding in a car in all 50 states. While wearing a seat belt, injuries and fatalities are less likely to occur in an accident. Too many people disregard the risks they are taking when they choose not to wear a seatbelt in a car.
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Texting while driving seems to get many people into unwanted problems hence, it should be banned in Texas to get rid of unnecessary problems and killings. However, people still do not seem to get it and keep on getting distracted while driving by the calling of social life. Although they have tried twice, Texas' ban of texting while driving seems to always get vetoed. The citizens do not appear to realize how dangerous such occurrences can actually be.
In discussions of the Bystander Law, one controversial issue with bystanders in our society today is if one person doesn 't react and there is two other people with them, the other two won 't react. For people who don’t know the definition of a bystander, it means a person who is present at an event or incident but doesn’t respond. Why follow someone else when you can be an individual? People who believe that we as individuals shouldn’t have the law, but the reason that people wouldn’t follow the law if we enforce it. On the other hand, those who believe that our own selves should have the law contend that there should be consequences. My own view is we should have the law, but only for serious situations.
The drinking age in America is currently set to the age of twenty-one, but should it really be? Day-after-day people abuse this law and partake in underage drinking; however, these people who abuse the law are considered adults. Eighteen, nineteen, and twenty-year-old citizens are given the responsibilities of being an adult, should they not also be given the rewards of being an adult? That is why the drinking ages should be lowered from the age of twenty-one to the age of eighteen.
How safe do you think a school bus is? A moving vehicle with no seat belts on it. Do you still think school buses are really safe? A school bus could crash at any time eney day which is why I think school buses should have seat belts. Nobody knows when an accident could occur. People say that buses don't need seat belts at all. They think that if a school bus does crash that the kids. Would just fall against a seat in front of them but. That's not going to stop them from flying out a window and ending up in the emergency room.
Anyone who drives would more than likely admit to being distracted while driving. Many forms of distraction exist while driving. The most common forms include texting while driving, focusing the mind on something else, and talking with others in the car. The distractions people take part in create many serious problems like death. People do not realize that the smallest distractions can result in a life changing event. The issue of distracted driving has had some laws against it, but the laws do not do enough. Distracted driving needs stricter laws because major issues result from it including death or serious injuries
The Bullet Train was the best train ever made in Japan. It is much better and smoother than the American AMTrak. The Bullet Train has never fallen off the track or has never been in a train wreck. If people want to learn how to make the Bullet Train again, they should go to Japan and ask how to make it. Wouldn't you like to ride in a safer train? The time it takes to ride on the Bullet Train would be quick and save time and money for people. More people would be willing to take the train instead of planes or cars if they knew how efficient it was to ride.
to get behind the wheel of a car and drive without parents. The problem with this is many teenagers take advantage of that privilege and become reckless drivers. The government has put laws in place which prevents teenagers from driving alone for the first year and keeps laws in place so teenagers can’t abuse there laws. Meanwhile, many adults still argue the safety on the road even with restrictions in place. These laws are here to keep everyone on the road safe not only the new drivers. The teenage driving age should not be raised because of the safety and emotional health it provides.
“Only the good die young,” is an aphorism that most have heard, but why is it that the leading cause of death in young people is vehicle accidents? The fact of the matter is that teens, for many reasons, are involved in more fatal crashes than any other age group. Teen driver safety, or the lack thereof, is very problematic in the state of Missouri; teens die senselessly every day due to this problem, and most cases could be prevented if people simply became more knowledgeable.
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. Once drunk driving can come to an end, more people will feel safer to drive everyday.
In every fourteen seconds a car accident occurs, resulting in an injured victim and with increasing numbers of drivers each year. Car accidents have become more-and-more of a common sight. With people dying more often each year as a result of car accidents and numerous more receiving serious injury, it leads many to wonder how we could prevent these accidents or protect ourselves in the event of one occurring. Seatbelts dramatically reduce both the risk of death and of serious injury, with drivers and front seat passengers; it reduces the risk of death by forty-five percent and the risk of serious injury by half. Seatbelts are so essential because of the lives they can save, the laws and data supporting it, and how detrimental not wearing a seatbelt can actually be.