David Hosansky's Article On Two Sides Of Texting While Driving

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“Texting While Driving.” Issues & Controversies. Infobase Learning, 11 Oct. 2010. Web. 6 Apr. 2015. This article shows both sides of the “Texting While Driving “debate. The article talks about how banning texting while driving could be a good thing. It states that countless of fatal car crashes have been caused by texting motorists. It also gives information on why banning texting while driving could be a bad thing mainly because it is a law that is hard to enforce. This article does a very good job of portraying both views. It is chock full of facts, quotes and studies that support each argument. Hosansky, David. "Distracted Driving." CQ Researcher 4 May 2012: 401-24. Web. 8 Apr. 2015. In this article, David Hosansky explains the texting…show more content…
One woman, Ms. Smith, who was affected by this issue, did some research into what made texting while driving so dangerous. She was shocked to find that a driver on the phone has the same reaction time as a drunk driver. Hane’s article also discusses cell phone addiction and the bad habits people have with cell phones. Researchers have found that a person who noticed they received a text message gets a big rush to their brain, much like professional gamblers when they hit the jackpot. “New Devices Aim to Eliminate Distracted Driving.” Issues & Controversies. Infobase Learning, 11 Oct. 2010. Web. 9 Apr. 2015. This article mainly focuses on the solution for texting while driving. While the majority of people will admit that texting while driving is dangerous, they will still participate in the act. With the auto industry getting more and more advanced, it starts to create more opportunities for drivers to get distracted. For a long time, we have had many of things that can be a distraction. What is going to help people become less distracted drivers? Parents already have the option to download an app for their kids that notify the parents when their child is going over a certain speed

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