General Purpose: persuade
Specific Purpose: inform the audience of the dangers of using cellphones while driving and convince the audience why it is essential to ban use of cellphones while driving should be mandatory nationwide C.
Central idea: with increased use of technology and more specifically cellphones there are an increased number of accidents due to distraction because of the use of cellphones while driving. Therefore, the government should pass legislation to ban cell phone usage while driving nationwide
Cell phones are as common in the market today as a wrist watch on your arm. They are always at our side whether you’re young or elderly, ready to be answered, receive text messages, check email, or update our Facebook status. Cellphones have almost become a necessity in society and these devices are usually harmless until there has been a growing interest in trying to make the time spent on the roadway more productive and use a cellphone while driving. Unfortunately this leads to drivers being distracted on the road and therefore, the government should pass legislation to ban cell phone usage while driving nationwide to make the roads safer.
Key point #1: Distracted driving caused by using cellphones is an epidemic and dangers of it is increasing year after year. There is a serious risk to B.
Key point #2: Measures need to be taken as a result of this epidemic, there is a serious risk to the public as statistics show that drivers who use a cellphone device are four times more likely to get into a crash. Data emphasizes the importance of banning the use of cell phones while driving and lawmakers should act responsibly and enact measures of how to prevent accidents caused by cell phone distractions. C.
Key point #3: my goal is to ensure that every one of you will leave here committed to help the pledge and stop using cell phones while driving. As well as inform and persuade you of the importance of it to...
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