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Did you know that the possibilities of having an accident while texting and driving is more than that of talking on a cell phone The young generation of today has come to be one of the most dangerous of all times because of the amount of distractions that teens have behind the wheel Texting while driving has become one of the main distractions and an unsafe habit that teens possess Teens are aware of the risks that they take when they pull their attention away from the road but ignore it thinking that it wont happen This is obviously a risky situation that not all teens find dangerous and rather care to fulfill their impulse of texting Such risks include accidents streets and freeways being closed and deaths For these reasons there needs to be more parental integration in the life of the inexperience teen driver so that teens can learn to become responsible drivers One of the main distractions that teens are bound to do is to text while driving Although 85 of teens agree that texting is one of the most dangerous things a person can do while driving another 43 do it anyway Unfortunately teens from the age of 15 to 19 years old are the largest proportion of distracted driving and are most vulnerable to distracted driving What causes teens to text while driving Every teen lives in their own world and may have a definite amount of reasons to why they text but the two main reasons to why they text is either because they want to fit in the new generation or because of Dopamine The brain releases a chemical called Dopamine Dopamine is discharged when you are about to experience pleasure this is why it is very irresistible for you to look at the text message Beyond everything who wouldnt enjoy a little pleasure But further on pleasure does not justify the unlimited accidents teens cause because of
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