Texting While Driving

Texting. Many of people text and are good at it once they get used to it. So how could it be any different to when you text AND drive? Well, when you are driving all of your attention needs to be given to the road and traffic. Not your phone. According to statistics it's shown that more accidents happen when a person is texting while driving to when a person is drinking and driving.

Texting Accidents


If that doesn't mean anything to you, then take a look at these pictures of accidents caused by texting while driving:
 
As you can see in the first picture (the one on the left), the driver had been texting and found himself up on the railing of a bridge. You may wonder how this happened, so a brief explanation will be given. The driving of the car was looking at their phone, since they were texting, so their eyes were not on the road in which caused the car to get out of place and go up on the railing of the bridge. This doesn't mean anything to you, does it? Well, put yourself in place of the driver. Imagine you were texting, then your car went on the railing of a bridge. Would you be panicked? Woud you wish you hadn't been texting?
Well, ponder this for me. If you think a phone conversation is that important, pull off to the side of the road and then make your call or text. Don't try to text and drive at the same time.

 
In this accident there was a collision with a 18-wheeler and a car. The driver in the car had been texting and not paying attention to the road, ending up getting on the left side of the road. With that the car was completely smashed in the front and almost completely to the back. When help arived the driver of the car was in two pieces. There are pictures of this person, but we refuse to put up those photos on our site. But to make a pure statement, this man (the driver) was stupid and was texting while driving. His life ended because of the stupid mistake he made, even if he had done it many times before.

Because it only takes one stupid mistake to end someones life.

 
Please Be Careful.
 
 
Please Be The Professional.
 
 
Please Be Aware. 
 
 
 
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