Driving While Using Cellphones While Vehicles

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“It takes 8,460 bolts to assemble an automobile, and one nut to scatter it all over the road.” Drivers’ use of cellphones while vehicles are in motion should be prohibited because, drivers are at a four times greater risk of a crash, studies shows that driving while using your cellphone is worse than drunk driving, and it can weaken a person’s management of the automobile and decreases their attentiveness of what is going around on the path they are driving at. In an interview between Ray Suarez and professor David Strayer an expert on distracted driving, Strayer, from the University of Utah is a psychology professor whose published studies of his own. Ray Suarez is the one who wrote this article that I wil telling you all about in most of…show more content…
If driving tends to eventually become difficult, they may just stop talking. They also may remind the driver of their exit or keep them alert to hazards that arise. You basically really have two sets of eyes with a passenger in the car, which produces a very different kind of conversation at that point. Drivers are at a four times greater risk of a crash. “Texting while driving increases the risk of accident 23.2 times over unimpaired driving” (quote garden). Even though it’s pretty obvious to most people what the dangers that are associated with using your cellphone while driving may be, a series of recent articles and studies in the New York Times suggest that these risks are remarkably higher than what many people may have realized. Basically what they found were, drivers who were making phone calls tended to be four times more likely to cause an accident compared to other drivers; hands-free devices, like bluetooths, were found to not be significantly safer; if you’re a person who texts and drives, it’s twice more of a risk than just talking on the phone. Although some of this data was composed a number of years ago, it was only just released recently through the freedom of many information requests. I found that the latest research that was just published stated that truckers who were
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