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Cell phones are considered such a necessity and the issue has ascended regarding the use of phones while driving These days phones have gotten even more complex and we use them as the means for communication by voice text sound and video Text messaging has revolutionized the way people interact with one another but people continue texting while driving which is said to be worse than drunk driving The person who texts believes they are more in control of their driving so they actually pay less attention and the drunk driver might be out of focus is more scared to get pulled over so they pay more attention to their surroundings People would stop texting if the laws are stricter and they receive a harsher ticket expand more of the It Can Wait campaign by word of the mouth and develop more warning signs though apps and we need more virtual reality driving simulator in all our schools for teensFor instant let us imagine that a persons sister or brother or mother or father tells another person and said I will be right back and I am just going to run to the store Try to stop a minute an imagine receiving a phone call or a knock at the door and receiving that horrifying news that someone in the family was hurt or even killed as a result of texting while driving People allow texting to be establish with their peers too much for them to let a law get in the way of it People think it is not fair because it is violating their freedom of speech We need to keep our eyes on the road and our hands upon the wheel because it turns out that the hands do not matter It is the conversation that can be lethal A person can drive home and not remember having driven home and just
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