All those updates and advances in aren’t in everyone’s budget and not everyone can get them or has them so suing your phone isn’t worth taking all those risks. As you now know distracted driving is a very big risk to take. Distracted driving is dangerous and leads to many deaths and all those laws are there to protect you but people just don’t follow them also all those types of distraction are equally as dangerous as just texting while driving. This topic is very controversial because not everyone agrees but all those risks you take while driving can be avoided and not using your phone while driving can save lives. People should be safer while driving because it can have a good outcome and the roads can be easier and safer to drive
Would you want that to happen to you or to any of your loved ones? No, you would not, so I would be obviously common sense to make it illegal. Next time, don’t look on your phone while walking. There should be a law against distracted walking because too many pedestrian are dying. The ghsa.org states that, “there was 5,997 pedestrian fatalities in 2016.
Seat belts can be used for violence and weapons. The NHTSA, National Highway Traffic and Safety Association, think that kids would use the seat belts improperly. All of the improper ways of using a seat belt or not using a seat belt include, not using one at all, striking other children with metal end, or choking other kids (Svensen). Seat belts would also be a hazard in weather conditions. Seat belts don’t seem like much, but once the state adds up all of the school districts in the state it gets quite costly.
(“Gun 440”). What the article is saying is that if you take away the handgun of a citizen who has done no harm, and when there is a need for the protection of your family and they have no gun then they have nothing else to do but hide and hope the criminal does not find them before the police come. In conclusion, Gun Control can be good in many different ways, until it interferes with the protection of someone else's life or family. To understand gun control more it is important to know about the laws passed, pros, and cons.
Driving on the road without learning to drive does affect the driver, but it also influences everybody else on the road. For example, if an uneducated driver crashed into another car, would the uneducated driver be injured or would both drivers? It is much wiser for all people to become educated to protect themselves and others on the road. Comparably, herd immunity means that when a critical portion of a population is vaccinated against a pathogen, it is unlikely that an outbreak of the disease will occur, protecting most members of the community. Children and adults who cannot be vaccinated due to age, poor health, or other reasons, rely on herd immunity to prevent contraction of vaccine-preventable diseases.
People do not like the fact that they are making texting while diving banned because they think it takes away from the freedom they were given (Kilcarr). People are also saying that texting while driving is like breathing and there is no getting away from it. Parents have told the kids to stay off the cellular devices while driving but this is still not enough to stop this from happening. Too many Americans run red lights, using distracting devices, or drive drowsy. The AAA foundation believes they can stop all of this from
Now people are think about raising the driving age to 18, but that won’t help. Raising the driving age just because of idiotic decisions made by teens. They should enforce the laws and making them stricter and safer. First of all, the real threat to the driver is the temptations and distractions that happen in the vehicle. Karen Sternheimer says, "The intense focus on teens diverts our attention from the real threats to public safety: speeding and driving while intoxicated" (CBS).
Explain the legal consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol? Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol not only puts you in danger of a road accident, but also endangers other drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians. Alcohol impairs your perception of the environment around you, which can cause serious accidents and is subject to many legal consequences. For new drivers with their G1 or G2, or anyone under the age of 21, absolutely no alcohol is allowed in their system while driving. If caught driving under the influence, their license will be suspended automatically for 24 hours, and if convicted, may be fined up to $500, have your license suspended again, and potentially face jail time.
However, the public will deem the search excessive use of force on the accused performed by the RCMP officer. This search would increase public outrage regarding excessive use of police powers as they believe the search could have performed in a less intrusive mean. Furthermore, the “throat hold” should not be performed on anyone especially females as it can result in health complications (Atherley & Hickman, 2014). However, it is necessary to note that the “throat hold” is a common practice used by the RCMP drug squad to prevent drug traffickers from destroying evidence. This practice is not illegal as it is used to prevent the swallowing of drugs that may be in the accused mouth that will aid in substantiating the charge.
Drivers that use their devices while driving are very dangerous to others too. One driver being careless can endanger other drivers on the road or pedestrians on the street. Good drivers that have full attention on driving and not their devices could be a part of the accident which involves a driver who wasn 't. Also in neighborhoods and places like that which have kids playing in the streets or people walking, a car crash could fatal for them. A distracted drivers can easily take a life of a poor little girl or boy just because of their lack of focus to stay off there devices. Drivers using the devices while driving will make the road unsafe for drivers and
Ethics is the sole base of distinguishing between right and wrong; however, right and wrong are controversial issues that usually are determinate through other words like good and bad. It is clearly evident that the context within a sentence can determine the actions done were good or bad. For example, Chaloner stated, “It was so good of you to bake me a cake”, but there is a possibility that the ingredients in the cake were bad so the context indicated good but in reality is was not a good deed. Laws are usually based on good ethics; therefore, it is sometimes easier to make decisions because certain laws require certain actions to be completed.