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    Texting While Driving

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    accidents in the United States and other developed countries throughout the world every year. This epidemic is only starting to be worked on and the reactions of people around the world have not reached the standards that they must reach in order for laws to start being enforced. Stressing the importance of this deadly habit to teenagers around the world is not in full effect. Many teenagers are picking up the habit and are not refraining from using up their cellular device while driving. It is easier

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    Distracted Disaster

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    "Spain Not Keen On In-Car GPS." GPS World 18.3 (2007): 52. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 11 Jan. 2014. Stimpson, Jim P, Fernando A Wilson, and Robert L Muelleman. "Fatalities Of Pedestrians, Bicycle Riders, And Motorists Due To Distracted Driving Motor Vehicle Crashes In The U.S., 2005-2010." Public Health Reports (Washington, D.C.: 1974) 128.6 (2013): 436-442. MEDLINE with Full Text. Web. 11 Jan. 2014. "The Danger In The Next Lane." Consumer Reports 78.6 (2013): 49. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 11 Jan. 2014

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    susceptible to this, moms, dads, businessmen, etc. it is irresponsible of any person not including, police officers who pull over and park their cruiser so they may use any device they have. Not every state has laws to prevent all forms of distractions behind the wheel. But there are a some laws that ban Driving while intoxicated and texting while in school zones. According to the CDC each day in the United States nine more people are killed then 1060 crashes are reported involving a distracted driver

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    that texting and driving can cause similar accidents like drunk driving, but the punishments are no where near close. Texting while driving tickets can range from $20 to $500 dollars and can also result in misdemeanor charges (Texting While Driving Laws). I found a news article about a young girl who killed someone while texting and the charges she got, or didn’t get were unbelievable. First of all, the charges were presumed so this means she is innocent until proven guilty and if she’s not proven

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    I have decided to write about the different dangers of driving. As many people know our biggest issue in today’s world with teenage driving is texting and driving. Now people have been told that texting and driving is against the law, but they still continue to do it thinking well its only for a second but that one second can take your life and other innocent drivers around you would you want to be responsible for killing someone else especially a child or worse an infant I don’t think so. So next

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    Effects of Texting While Driving

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    A word has started to appear in discussions of driving. The word is "distracted." It refers to drivers who pay more attention to their cell phones, or their text messages, than they do to driving. The results can be fatal. One of the most common distractions today is texting. Each day in the United States, 9 people are killed and more than 1,060 people are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver (Center). A couple of months ago, I and a friend were sitting at a red light

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    The Pending Penalty

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    000 in US." Ibtimes.com. Ibtimes, 28 Sep. 2010. Web. 7 Apr. 2011. "Drunk Driving." Current Issues: Macmillian Social Science Library. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 5 Apr. 2011. Mayse, James. "Texting while driving law enforced." Messenger-Inquirer (Owensboro, KY) 01 Jan. 2011: Newspaper Source. EBSCO. Web. 12 Apr. 2011. "EDITORIAL: Texting and driving is a dangerous combination." Moscow-Pullman Daily News (ID) 19 Feb. 2010: Newspaper Source. EBSCO. Web. 12 Apr.

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    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

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    There is 250 Million American who has a cell phone. Georgia house bill 23 would ban texting and talking drivers who are under 18 years old (Dickensheets N. Pag). Some people think that texting while driving should be unbanned because not everyone would be impaired when performing this task. However I think texting and driving should be banned because it costs too many injuries and death you see on TV and the news that are related to this. Some people thinks that driving and texting is just a simple

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    Lol. One text. One word. One last moment of life before your car flips over and you are killed on impact. Two hundred accidents a year involve texting driver. In fact, eighteen percent of crashes that resulted in injuries in 2010 were reportedly caused by distracted texting drivers. Remarkably, if you are texting while driving at fifty-five miles per hour, it is equivalent to driving the length of a football field without looking at the road. Believe it or not texting while driving kills thousands

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