A. Texting- probably the most abused
3. Potential result
B. Sharing-pictures, memos, e-mail
1. Time element; At what point does danger appear?
1. Attention split between two targets, conversation and driving
A. Accidents: tie this to the above episodes
C. effects on family members and friends
D. Other effects: increasing insurance rates, increasing traffic laws and their cost of enforcement etc.
D. Conclusion Paragraph: Using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle is probably one of the worst mistakes that can be made by either the operator of a cell phone or a motor vehicle From texting, to sharing, and yes, even talking on the phone, we can see that the ability to drive a motor vehicle is affected, and yet the abuse continues and accidents, injuries, and deaths are the effects of these attempts at multi-tasking. Laws are passed, but until the public accepts the cell phone as the cause of many vehicle accidents, and stops texting, sharing, and talking on... [continues]
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