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... the phone aside. I stated earlier, cell-phone usage, while driving, can create distractions that can lead to major accidents; the worse case scenario would be death. So many lives have been affected and we need to join forces together to put an end to cell-phone use while operating a motor vehicle. Again I say; in banning cell-phone use while driving, it will help in preventing unnecessary accidents and deaths. Also, I pointed out drivers who talk or text while driving are less aware of their surrounding road conditions, and major cell-phone companies have joined together to bring awareness of the danger of using your cell-phones while driving. With all that said, as the wise saying state where there is unity there is strength. (Unknown). There is strength in numbers. The only way we can make this ban stick is if we all agree and fight for it. Lets Make It Happen!!
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