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Demetrius Isaac 27 November 2013 To Hattie Isaac Driving Essay In today's world driving is considered a right, but in fact as I have found out it is a big privilege and one with many consequences. “Fatalities due to driving rose from 105 in 2002 to 181 in 2006 by now the total will be almost 350 deaths in one year.” That is almost one person a day. As a driver I must have a lot of maturity in order to accept the enormous responsibility of having a license. In order to operate a car I must take...

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Denfensive Driving

Defensive Driving; Due to people commuting everyday, defensive driving is one of the most important skills that you can learn. Defensive driving is one of the most important skills that you can learn. Not only will it keep you safe, it will protect your drivers license and keep your insurance costs down. Defensive driving is all about observation, anticipation, and creating space between you and the other hazards that you meet on the road. These defensive driving tips will help to keep you...

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Winter Driving

Essay When you have to compare and contrast driving in the winter and driving in the summer there are many things that come to my mind. In the summer time there is no visual distractions. It is most comfortable to drive in the summer with your windows down. For the most part summer driving is safe then winter driving. I personally despise driving in the winter. In the summer time I have visibility. During the winter months it gets darker earlier. During the summer months we have more sunlight...

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Elders Driving

Tyler Dow English 10 PD 2 Ms.Watson Elders Driving Percentages show that elderly drivers are responsible for 5% of all people injured in traffic crashes, 13% of all vehicle occupants’ fatalities and 18% of all pedestrian fatalities. Cutting down on collisions caused by elders, the NH driving safety rate would rise. When a crash involved an older and younger driver 30% of the time it was the elders fault. Elderly drivers have the highest accident rate per mile driven. Elders have lost...

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Teenage Driving

be trained to respect traffic laws and learn to drive safely. Teens should also begin driving instruction at earlier ages in controlled areas. There is evidence that the longer a person drives the safer and less prone to accidents they are. Even though new teen drivers only make up 7% of people who drive they account for 14% of all driving fatalities. In 1998 5600 teens died in automobile accidents (“Teen Driving”). That amounts to 15 teens lost per day. In most states teens can drive unsupervised...

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Elderly Driving

 Elderly Driving There has been an increase of accidents caused by elderly drivers over the course of many years. With such a dramatic increase, should elderly drivers have driving restrictions? I believe that after the age of 75, seniors should have to retake their drivers test or have restrictions, regardless of their driving record. There is support for some restrictions on elderly drivers based on evidence that older drivers are more involved in traffic accidents than any age group except...

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Texting and Driving

phones are major distractions when people are driving. People are so used to using their cell phones, some people consciously use them without knowing it and soon cause accidents that injury innocent people. Teens today have been in many crashes or died because of the carelessness of themselves or others. The main reason for this is because they are not paying attention when driving and not being careful. Cell phones are major distractions when driving. A report from the University of Utah say...

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distracted driving

 Maggie Behm Distracted driving is exactly what it sounds like. Distracted driving is driving while distracted. These distractions can range anywhere from eating to using a cell phone while driving- texting or calling, from loud music to having friends and family members in the car with you while you are driving. Almost anything can be a distraction as long as it takes your attention away from driving for anytime as short as five seconds. In fact, one study it said that eighty percent...

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Texting and Driving

and Driving Should Be Banned in Every State. Should the laws for texting while driving be the same in every State? In today’s society, the vast majority of people rely on a cell phone of their choice to talk, text, or e-mail. The most popular and dangerous is texting while driving. In most state texting while driving is ban for everyone and in other states there is an age limit for texting and driving. The laws should be the same for all states, which would ban texting while driving for anyone...

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Driving Ed

Comments Section 4. Click “Submit for grading” AND “Submit” Module 1: Driving is Your Responsibility: Please answer the following questions in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar: Complete the K-W-L information below. K- What you Know List two things you know about driving. 1. Before changing lanes you should signal and check your blind spot. . Talking on your cell phone can be as bad as driving while intoxicated. 2. How to execute a 180 degree turn without stopping...

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