The usage of a cell phone while driving is a dangerous thing for drivers in Illinois. In the state of Illinois everyday drivers including young teens have the need to use their cell phones while driving, and don’t perceive the dangerous they are being exposed to. There are many things that could happen while drivers take their eyes of the road, car crashes, sudden death, and if you don’t have insurance it could cost you a fortune to pay for the car accident. Drivers in Illinois should just focus on the road all the time, and not use their phone at all to prevent accidents.
Distracted drivers in Illinois don’t perceive the dangerous of taking their eyes of the road. Distracted driving in Illinois is so dangerous because it takes a drivers attention away from the primary task of driving. One text message or Email is a distraction for a driver because their probably texting someone at the moment or are expecting a text from someone, and are eager to read the text message. “Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration tell that When texting, drivers took their eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds” (Opposing Viewpoints). Talking your eyes of the road even for a minute is extremely dangerous, a fiasco can happen even if you’re driving around the neighborhood. Drivers think that they are perceived of everything while driving in a neighborhood, and no fiasco can happened. Some drivers are not perceive that young pedestrians (children) cross the streets without any reprimand, and if a driver at the moment is distracted a fiasco can occur. All distractions endanger driver, passenger, and bystander safety. Another way death can occur is in the expressway where millions of cars are driving through the expressway in a high speed lim...
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...t all to prevent accidents. There is always going to be those occasions in where drivers in Illinois are going to be texting and driving, and make the road a dangerous place to drive on. Drivers shouldn’t text and drive it only puts people’s live in danger, and also their own life. Texting and driving should not be allowed in Illinois because it is a danger to all drivers.
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