WHY BANNING THE USE OF CELL PHONES WHILE DRIVING SHOULD BE MANDATORY NATIONWIDE” A. General Purpose: Persuade
B. Specific Purpose: inform the audience of the dangers of using cellphones while driving C. Central idea: Everyone has one.The statistics for the number of deaths and life-altering accidents for our younger drivers are staggering. I. Introduction
Cell phones are as common and always at our side.Some advocates of cell phone use while driving cite that studies have shown the total number of accidents and fatalities from cell phone use is small. However, they miss the point. Cell phone use while driving is an unnecessary activity. It's simple enough to pull over or to wait to make and answer calls when you're not driving. So if even only one fatality is caused by using a cell phone while driving, the practice is unacceptable. Talking on a cell phone while driving distracts drivers because they are concentrating on their conversation rather than their surroundings. Also, it is unsafe to only use one hand while driving. (you will follow this up with supporting evidence. look up statistics about people not paying as much attention while they are engaged in a conversation Texting, facebooking, and surfing the internet is extremely dangerous to do while driving because doing so requires you to take your eyes off the road Measures need to be taken as a result of this epidemic, there is a serious risk to the public as statistics show that drivers who use a cellphone device are four times more likely to get into a crash.
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