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Cell Phones And Driving Imagine that you are driving down the highway In the car up ahead You see a man driving and hes weaving hes swerving his hands are moving wildly and hes not even paying attention to the road Drunk I think not he is on his cellular phone In todays society we see people of all ages talking on cell phones because having a cell phone has become as traditional as carrying a pen More than 50 million people in the United States have cell phones Many of these people carry cell phones for emergencies and others carry for businesses but what ever there reason is one thing is always the same and that is the majority of these people will sometime in there life drive and talk on there cell phones at the same time You may have never thought about it but every time someone talks on their cell phone while driving he puts you are at risk of injury or death The problem even more severe then that is many of these people who talk on cell phone and drive simultaneously tend to talk with their hands and this can cause people to swerve into other lanes and crash into other cars speaking on Cellular phones even if they are hands free can make drivers more dangerous In-fact drivers distracted by cellular phones are much worse at judging safe stopping distances avoiding hazards and choosing when to turn into a line of traffic As a society we need to realize that this is becoming a serious problem and the only solution to this is for people to stop talking on there cell phones and driving at the same time Every time you pick up the phone while driving you are making a decision that could end your life not to mention all the other innocent people on the road that could have there life
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