Texting And Driving Thesis Statement

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April 27th 2016, an article in The New York Times called “Texting and Driving? Watch out for the Textalyzer” was written by Matt Richtel. In the article it talks about the idea of a device that can inform officers if the driver was texting while driving. It is based off of the idea of a Breathalyzer. In this article it does not seem to be very biased. The author is not really persuading the reader of anything, mostly informing and giving facts. In this article the thesis statement is kind of unclear. To my understanding it is how texting and driving seems to be getting worse. The author never really states exactly what he will be talking about. In the title it talks about the “Textalyzer.” In the introduction to this article it does not say
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