The article provided by HG. Org argues that the number of accidents that are caused by texting while driving has risen steadily following the increase in the number of people that are involved in the behavior of texting while driving. Approximately 660,000 drivers have been identified to attempt to use their phones while driving. Text driving is more harmful than drunk driving especially among teen drivers who may lack adequate driving experience. Text driving impairs an individual’s ability to drive effectively. Consequently, many states have banned the use of mobile use while driving. Law enforcement officers face challenges in observing drivers who may be using phones while driving, especially when such drivers and officers drive in opposite directions. Drivers who are involved in text driving and victims of accidents caused by the same may use lawyers to get the relevant advice regarding their cases.
The main lesson I have learned about the way I used to think about my topic is that text driving can be a more significant cause of accidents and deaths than most people expect. Previously, I used to think that drunk driving is the leading cause of road accidents, but by reading the article, I have come to understand that text-driving is an even worse cause of road accidents.