For Score and Seven

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Dondre Robertson Robertson1

Professor Reece

English 131-22

2 December 4, 2013

Talking, Texting, and Driving

Talking and texting on the phone while behind a wheels of a motor vehicle is not a good idea. When most people get a call or text while driving they lose complete focus on their driving, which is one of the causes that we have car crushes. Back in the days many people were focus on their safety, but in today's world with all this new technology that's out we're making that our main priority. While driving many don't think they just see their cell phones and make it a habit to use it while driving, but they don't know the danger of talking and texting while driving a motor vehicle.

One day I was reading this quote and it said "There's a difference between driving and texting. When you're driving your eyes have to be open and on the road watching the cars around you, road signs, and traffic lights.

Along with your mind on the road and destination. Which means you are multitasking. When your texting your eyes are on your cell phone screen and key pad. Along with your mind on what you're going to say next. So how can you do both? Please stop!" by: ― Jonathan Anthony Burkett, Neglected But Undefeated: The Life Of A Boy Who Never Knew A Mother's Love. This quote really stuck out to me because it gave me an eye opener that if you texting while driving your eyes are not on the road it's all about what the message say that you received. The causes of texting and driving can result to running off the road, hitting and killing someone, and etc…. all because you think texting is more importing.

Many people find it...