I am against Texting while driving, which is the act of composing, sending, reading text messages, email, or making other use of the web on a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle. Texting while driving is a growing trend and a national epidemic quickly becoming one of the of the country’s top killers. Drivers assume they can handle texting while driving and remain safe, but the numbers don’t lie. There been many motor vehicle accidents because people texting while operating a motor vehicle. Texting and driving statistics 1,600,000 accidents per year, 330,000 injuries per year, 11 teen deaths every day nearly 25% of all car accidents. Now the law is you can’t operate a vehicle and text or answer the phone. Now you see in many places has restricted area so you can use your phone or text. They are many individual state laws for texting while driving. In state of Massachusetts the law is they prohibits drivers from sending a text or instant message use of electronic mail, internet access using a phone for GPS navigation and all of the above on electronic devices including phones laptops ,pagers, or other hand-held device .In the mayoral state have same law for texting while driving. The risk of crashing while texting increases more because reading or sending a text diverts the driver’s eyes from the road. Even taking on a mobile phone while operating a vehicle is considered dangerous the threat increased as short message service or texting became popular. Texting has become a social fairly quickly since as most cell phones plan includes a text messaging package. The popularity of Smartphone which allow people to communicate in even more ways increases the likelihood of usage. The dilemma is at what point do we chose safety over convenience. Many young people have linked texting while driving to the cause of life threatening accidents due to driver distraction.