From firsthand experience, I can voice that wearing a seat belt will save a driver or passenger’s life in a vulnerable moment. Why wouldn’t drivers or passengers want to wear something that could save their lives? Why wouldn’t drivers or passengers want to wear something that would save their family and loved one’s from heartache? Why wouldn’t drivers or passengers want to wear something that was quick to put on and specifically made to keep them safe? Not wearing a seat belt should be illegal in all 50 states because it is not a healthy habit to attain, it can easily be prevented, and it puts safety at risk.
The dialogue used set a good tone for the rest of the essay. We had a lot of details to go off of and kinda put the story together. The author was so concerned throughout the essay on why and what they hitchhiker was doing in the middle of nowhere. After the old lady was picked up what I got from the reading is that the driver
Seat belts should be mandatory because they reduce the risk of fatality, reduce economic costs and limit high-risk behavior. Wearing a seatbelt while in a vehicle can reduce your risk of death by forty-five percent. This statistic alone should convince the population to care for their lives and always wear a belt in the car. If involved in a fatal crash, many lives are affected by the death. Friends and family grieve over the loss, and sometimes never recover.
I used it during family trips and when I was running errands for my family. For two years, I felt how much of value the car is because it managed to work smoothly. The gas consumption was also not bad for a second-hand car. When it finally showed signs that it will soon be not as functional as before, I felt sad but at the same time was okay with it because I know it was bound to happen. My dad told me that cars are meant to retire one day because they also have their lifespans.
Due to that, he "considered driving past the Toyota," (432) he knew that this would not end well so he hoped for the best and proceeded to get on the shoulder to check the damage. He immediately "perked up" (432) at the sight of no scratches on his Buick. Which as Gilb states "stood as one of his few clear cut accomplishments over the years," (433) which just goes to show that Jake has not accomplished what seems to the world to be much, but for him was a huge deal. He soon encounters the lovely Mariana, this is when Jake’s personality shines. Gilb uses phrases such as, “told her in that way of his” (433) which just leaves the reader really imagining your typical hipster boy, who believes he is super smooth and can charm effortlessly.
Another Tennessee activist was Lizzie Crozier French; she enjoyed travelling, and her travels introduced to her to feminist ideas (Tumblin, A-2). She said, “As soon as you marry a man, he has control of all your real estate, rents, and all, and he has your personal property,” (Lakin). She also made another statement that still reigns true today, “We don’t ask that women shall have more rights, we just ask that they shall be equal. One of the very important parts of the Women’s Rights movement was suffrage clubs. The NWSA and the AWSA were two of the suffrage associations (Bergeron, Ash, and Keith, 227).
The organization cited an investigation that showed that children under the age of 2, who ride in back-oriented seats, are 75 percent less likely to die or be injured in the event of a car accident. Now both the AAP and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommend that children remain in their rear-facing car seats until they do not fit in them. That means that the seats should continue in that position until the children are at least 2 or 3 years old. Why does a rear-facing seat provide greater safety? Very young children are especially more prone to injuries to the head and spine, because their bones and ligaments are still
Unfortunately, I crashed into two cars in front of me and my car was damaged a lot, but Luckily no one got hurt. From that collision I started to leave my phone in the back or in a spot that I can’t reach while driving. Not all countries have banned using cell phones in the vehicle. The banning will only decrease collisions and not stop collision once and for all. People are still going to get away with using the cell phone and driving.
Why give them gas money when you can be driving yourself to the places you want to go? My parents don 't always want to take me where I would like to go so it would be easier if i was able to drive myself, that way I wouldn 't have to dependent on them for a ride. You wouldn 't get the chance to experience life if you always had someone driving you around. In addition, many teens are cautious drivers and mature enough to be on the road. Some teens may be careless when it comes to driving but others are very safe and responsible.
Because that would limit “the good guys” from owning them also. They propose to instead focus on treatment for the mentally ill. That is like saying cars do not kill people, mentally ill people operating them do; so limiting those who drive, where they drive, what they drive and how they drive is pointless. It does not make sense to allow almost anyone to buy assault weapons without restrictions. Everything needs limits, including constitutional rights; and the fix for tragedies does not lie solely in mental health