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  • Driving Essay: The Causes And Effects Of Drowsy Driving

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    Drowsy Driving can be mainly found in the teenage people who are very excited mainly for driving and wanted to drive for a long distance and take it is a challenge in which many teenage people get drowsy which may even result in the dangerous crashes/accidents on roads. 4. The other part of measures is people make it a habit of consuming alcohol and driving by which the drowsiness and the impairment can get the vehicle out of control and may cause risk even to other people who are moving

  • Drivers Beware

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    1990’s said crash-related deaths from sixteen and seventeen year olds were eighteen per 100,000 in New Jersey, and twenty-six per 100,000 in Connecticut. More than 5,000 teens in the U.S. die every year in car crashes. The National Highway Safety Administration said that the rate of crashes per mile driven for beginner drivers was almost ten times the rate of drivers thirty to fifty-nine. (Irvine; Greg... ... middle of paper ... ...atistics that show that they do not have enough experience, they

  • Distracted Driving: Hand it Over or Pull it Over

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    July 2011 NTSA (National Highway Safety Administration).; Official US government website for Distracted driving; US Department of Transportation, 2007 Web 21 July 2011 Rodgman, Eric A.; The Role Of Driver Distraction In Traffic Crashes pgs. 1-70; University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center Chapel Hill, NC May 2001 Web 24 July 20011 Singh, Santokh Ph.D., Distracted Driving and Driver, Roadway, and Environmental Factor pgs. 1-40; Mathematical

  • Driving Impairments

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    The year 2012 marked the first year that the United States saw an increase in vehicular crashes and fatalities after six consecutive years of declining numbers. The nation lost 33,561 people in crashes on roadways during the year 2012, compared to 32,479 in the year 2011. Driving is already a very dangerous activity, but once someone who is impaired decides to get behind the wheel, the likelihood of a crash is greatly increased, and the death count will continue to rise. In order to reduce the number

  • Should Women Drive or Not?

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    ... middle of paper ... ...and gaining much experiences in driving REFERENCES Cerelli E., Female Drivers in Fatal Crashes, Recent Trends . NHTSA Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, 1994 Works Cited Cerelli E., Female Drivers in Fatal Crashes, Recent Trends . NHTSA Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, 1994

  • Persuasive Essay On Texting While Driving

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    Don’t you always hear about those fatal crashes that involve texting while driving? Well, don’t let that be you! Some states across the country have now made it illegal to drive while talking or being on a hand-held cellular phone. Not everybody believes that this should be a law passed across the country. I believe that the law of not being allowed to drive while talking or being on a cell phone should be passed in more states. Three reasons I think this should be a law is that there have been to

  • Dangers of Driving

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    more dangerous. John Pearson states, car accidents are the leading cause of death from ages three to thirty-five world-wide (Pearson). Mainly, drivers cause these car accidents. Cellphone usage in the US is one of the central contributors to car crashes, because the habits shaped from cellphone usage, such as texting generate danger. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 500,000 people were injured and 5,500 were killed by distracted driving in 2009 (National

  • Distracted Driving Essay

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    the term, distracted driving, a whole new meaning. People do everything from fixing their makeup to shaving while driving in their cars. Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of car crashes in the United States. Each day in the United States, over 8 people are killed and 1,161 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver (Distracted Driving). There are a few different

  • seat belts can save lives

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    school bus crashes where several students have been severely injured and even some have lost their lives because almost all school buses do not have seat belts. The question is how well equipped is the bus and is it safe enough for children to ride? And how do we solve this problem to cut deaths, avoid children getting severely injured, and to protect the community. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, about an average of seven students is killed in school bus crashes each year and

  • Analysis of The Sleeping Beauty by Tchaikovsky

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    forest to awaken Aurora with a kiss. At Princess Aurora and Prince Florimund's wedding, the fairies dance and celebrate with Puss in Boots and Red Riding Hood. Introduction, the lilac fairy The piece opens with an allegro, minor melody with cymbal crashes and timpani rolls.  There is a short pause then a major trill. Harp glissandos then accompany a legato oboe melody, which is repeated with a pizzicato string bass. The melody is then repeated by the whole orchestra. There is a crescendo with the tim