DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE
Do you have think about your future?
How it's going to be?
What it's going to happen?
Do my dreams will come true?
Today I am here to convince the audience and give my opinion about cell phones and cars. Please think about your future and don’t text and drive. Sitting on the highway in traffic and the cell phones goes off. Hearing the recognizable text message ringtone a person starts thinking “Maybe it’s my friend telling me about the update on the party tonight, or my mother, what if something is wrong?” It does look like traffic is going to be moving anytime soon, and knowing it would only take a minute, if that, to respond, they do. Before they know in the car in front of them stops too fast and here in an accident. Texting while behind the wheel takes your eyes off the road, you lose your focus, and it has a high risk factor. Texting while driving is very dangerous and can cause serious harm. Driving while texting may seem harmless, but the number of people impacted by this foolish decision grows every day. Hundreds of teenagers and adults across the nation reach for their phones and decide to text while driving. They are making the decision that at that moment a text message is more important than their lives. Cellphone use while driving is very common but dangerous. Distracting driving is an epidemic; it has deadly consequences for thousands of people. Even more dangerous than a drunk driver. Due to the number of accidents that are related to cell phone use while driving, some states have made the use of cellphone while driving illegal. People who text messages and talk on cellphones while operating motor vehicles are 23 times more likely to become involved in a fatally motor motor vehicle accident. Some 46 percent of drivers’ ages are between 16 and 17 they admit to be texting while driving. Not only texting while driving dangerous, but it is also costly, you may have to pay to get your car fixed, towing fees,...
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