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No! Texting While Driving – Must Watch! PSA

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Dangers of texting while driving.

Texting while driving, also called texting and driving, is the act of composing, sending, reading text messages, email, or making similar use of the web on a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle. Texting while driving is considered dangerous by many people, including authorities, and in some places have either been outlawed or restricted. A survey of more than 90 teens from more than 26 high schools throughout the United States conducted by Liberty Mutual Insurance Group in 2006 showed that 46% of students consider texting to be either “very” or “extremely” distracting.[citation needed] An American Automobile Association study showed that 34% of teens (age 16–17) admitted to being distracted behind the wheel because of texting and 40% of American teens say they have been in a car when the driver used a cell phone in a way that put people in danger.[1] A study involving commercial vehicle operators conducted in September 2009 concluded that though incidence of texting within their dataset was low, texting while driving increased the risk of accident significantly.[2]
Texting has become a social norm since the early 2000s because of the popularity of smartphones, which allow people to communicate faster and easier.[3] There have been many studies that have linked texting while driving to be the cause of life-threatening accidents due to driver distraction. The International Telecommunication Union states that “texting, making calls, and other interaction with in-vehicle information and communication systems while driving is a serious source of driver distraction and increases the risk of traffic accidents”.[3] There are about 1.6 million crashes in the US every year involving cell phone use, of which 500,000 cause injuries and 6,000 cause fatalities. Texting while driving is now the top cause of death among teenagers – texting and driving accounts for 11 teen deaths every day in the US. Overall, texting is involved in about 25% of all car accidents in the US.[4]
A 2010 experiment with Car and Driver magazine editor Eddie Alterman, which took place at a deserted air strip, showed that texting while driving had a worse impact on safety than if you were driving while intoxicated. While legally drunk, Alterman’s stopping distance from 70 mph (110 km/h) increased by 4 feet (1.2 m); by contrast, reading an e-mail added 36 feet (11 m), and sending a text added 70 feet (21 m).[5] While celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey have campaigned against texting while driving, there are reports that the message has not been getting through to teenagers.


Ozan KEŞKEK says:

I use a car phone holder while driving a car. so I'm just going to be on the road. a useful measure, would recommend


Jen Himes says:

A girl was just KILLED by a distracted driver using his lifesafer interlock device, they are EXTREMELY DANGEROUS AND SCARY!!!!

amarzish munir says:

what is this??????/ not shown completly.

Stop Motion Unicorn says:

😭😰😥😨 the girls favorite toy fell out of the car during a car accident

Mary Kali says:

Babies shouldn't have video games either

Tom Love Elise says:

omg I feel so bad for the kid and she lost her toy

Jeneiva sparkle says:

this is terrible😂😂

Luqman Hakeem says:

Just wondering, what song is that?

bigboxgaming6 says:

If you pause it at47 seconds, you can see that it's a cardboard suit out of a man.

Reece Paine says:

10/10 for sound affects

WTF? comments says:

so no child seat or seatbelts for the kid as long as you aren't texting got it

keepitwitmine says:

Fun starts at 0:45

Timor Yhah says:

Shitest thing ever

Armand Klein says:

"Concept: Team"
Yeah, I wouldn't give my name to this either.

Arcelia Lopez says:

looks so fake


Yes Andrew it is most alarming distraction

Andrew P says:

that's a good message lots of dumbasses out there

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