Cell Phones and Driving
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This paper discusses why cell phones are so dangerous by looking at a variety of accidents and injuries caused by cell phones. The author argues for the necessity of national legislation banning hand held cell phones while driving. Includes an a persuasive discussion of the way that advanced technology and communication has affected society.
From the Paper:"Radios, pets, other people in your cars. What do these things have in common? They are all distractions to a person that is driving a car. However there is one other distraction that is worse than any of these combined. This distraction can make you 4 times as likely to crash. It can be just as harmful as drunk driving (Frankfield 1). What is this distraction? It is a simple device that millions upon millions of people in our country own and use daily. It is a device that can ironically save our lives in times of danger. It is a cellular phone. It is for this reason that legislation must be passed nationally banning the use of hand held cell phones while driving."
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