Texting And Driving Persuasive Essay

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    Gifford English 12 27 November 2017 Persuasive Essay: Texting and driving Even though in today's time everyone has a cell phone and that it's not new to the world. There are some disadvantages and advantages on having a cell phone. One advantage is that it helps with communication with family and friends in today's time. One disadvantage with having a cell phone is that when people receive a phone call or text they want to answer it right away no matter if you're driving or not so it causes distraction

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    11/15/17 Persuasive speech outline Title of speech: 1 Texting while driving Specific purpose: My audience will know the dangers of texting while driving, the effects it has on people and ways to reduce the accident rate due to texting and driving. Proposition: 2 Texting while driving can cause injuries and even death. Introduction 1. 1 Attention Getter 1. Cady Reynolds was 16 years old when she was killed. She and a friend were driving home 3 from a movie when another teen, who was texting at the time

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    victims of the crash. Now I want you to imagine that same exact crash, but involving your loved ones. Obviously you can determine what this is about, texting and driving. Texting and driving is one of the leaders in teen deaths, at 11 teens per day dying due to cell phone distraction. There is a total of 47 states who have completely banned texting and driving, but that does not solve anything. According to the national traffic highway association, 10 Million american people use their cell phones on the

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    Too many people get killed daily from texting and driving and too many are killed daily. So many young people have lost their lives from texting or going in snapchat, it’s not just from driving, it could be from crossing the street and not seeing traffic. We are too distracted from technology these days we don’t worry about the reality, we are only worried about what is on our phones. We could miss our kids first steps due to staring at that screen and commenting and sharing posts on facebook instead

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    who was texting and driving. For many families receiving this news is something that may never be forgotten. According (Ammen, 2017) each year about 330,000 accidents are caused by distracted drivers that have been on their phone. This means that at least 1 out of 4 car accidents is due to texting and driving. It is vital that the government and our community can imply to society about the hazards that this issue faces. In order to improve the risks on the roads due to texting and driving our government

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    Texting while driving is seen as one of the largest epidemics to end our nation. Us individuals should solve this problem at the earliest possible date due to cell phones becoming a massive distraction when it comes to driving. Distracted driving is one of the main arguments that causes inevitable vehicle accidents that needs to be put to an end. Many drivers need to take into consideration that while texting and driving, the driver needs to be watching the highway instead of looking down at their

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    distracts someone from driving, and texting and driving causes many crashes. Although, there are some critics out there who are all for it and think “no you can text and drive if you make it fast,” NO! people should never do it. According to, textinganddriving.com “In over thirty states texting and driving is illegal, including Florida.” many people compare texting and driving to drunk driving. If drunk driving is illegal everywhere then so should texting and driving. “Texting, and driving is the same thing

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    moments before suffocation. An Amish family launched into a ditch, killed upon impact, and a father crushed to death early one morning on his way to work – it happened to them too. Above everything, Werner Herzog’s documentary on the tragedies of texting and driving, “From One Second to the Next”, conveys a simple, yet profound, notion – it can happen to any of us. (Herzog) Anyone can lose their life because another driver deems sending a message more important. It should be a goal of every driver to create

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    Distracted driving; most of us are guilty of it without even knowing it. Distracted driving is doing anything else unrelated to driving while behind the wheel. This could include: using a cell phone, changing the radio station, eating food, and even having a conversation. The most distracting of them all is using a cell phone because it requires the user to manually input information. The laws surrounding texting while driving are far too lenient when compared to laws on drunk driving, yet both can

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    people feel the need to utilize their phones while driving? Are they more focused on texting someone back or the actual road? Texting while driving is an intensely menacing thing somebody could possibly perform. Texting and driving don’t suit together and it should stand illegal. Many innocent people’s lives are placed into danger when someone decides to text while driving. I was one of those innocent people once when someone decided to text while driving and it left an immense effect on me which led

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