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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: smallmouse456 | Category: Free sample essay child abuse

If you use a cell phone, chances are you’re aware of “text messaging” brief messages limited to 160 characters that can be sent or received on all modern mobile phones. Texting, also known as SMS (for short message service), is on the rise, up from 9.8 billion messages a month in December ’05 to 110.4 billion in December ’08. Undoubtedly, more than a few of those messages are being sent by people driving cars. Is texting while driving a dangerous idea? We decided to conduct a test.

Previous academic studies much more scientific than ours conducted in vehicle simulators have shown that texting while driving impairs the driver’s abilities. But as far as we know, no study has been conducted in a real vehicle that is being driven. Also, we decided to compare the results of texting to the effects of drunk driving, on the same day and under the exact same conditions. Not surprisingly, Car and Driver doesn’t receive a lot of research grants.

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    brownbird571 18 Jan 2017 05:45

    Avoid distractions. AT&T DriveMode helps you avoid distractions while driving: Can silence incoming alerts and phone calls; Automatically replies to text messages.

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    silverwolf537 18 Jan 2017 01:11

    If you use a cell phone, chances are you’re aware of “text messaging” brief messages limited to 160 characters that can be sent or received on all modern mobile phones. Texting, also known as SMS (for short message service), is on the rise, up from 9.8 billion messages a month in December ’05 to 110.4 billion in December ’08. Undoubtedly, more than a few of those messages are being sent by people driving cars. Is texting while driving a dangerous idea? We decided to conduct a test.

    Previous academic studies much more scientific than ours conducted in vehicle simulators have shown that texting while driving impairs the driver’s abilities. But as far as we know, no study has been conducted in a real vehicle that is being driven. Also, we decided to compare the results of texting to the effects of drunk driving, on the same day and under the exact same conditions. Not surprisingly, Car and Driver doesn’t receive a lot of research grants.

    Sending or looking at that text, tweet, post or email from behind the wheel can be deadly. In fact, studies show that those who text while driving are much more likely to be in a crash.*

    ©2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, Globe logo and other marks are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

    Apple, the Apple logo and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

    Cell phone use while driving is at least a contributing factor to more than one-in-four car accidents across the country.

    A recent study from the National Safety Council found that 26 per cent of all car accidents were caused by a driver using a cell phone, but remarkably attributed only five per cent to texting while driving.

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    purpleduck793 18 Jan 2017 00:14

    If you use a cell phone, chances are you’re aware of “text messaging” brief messages limited to 160 characters that can be sent or received on all modern mobile phones. Texting, also known as SMS (for short message service), is on the rise, up from 9.8 billion messages a month in December ’05 to 110.4 billion in December ’08. Undoubtedly, more than a few of those messages are being sent by people driving cars. Is texting while driving a dangerous idea? We decided to conduct a test.

    Previous academic studies much more scientific than ours conducted in vehicle simulators have shown that texting while driving impairs the driver’s abilities. But as far as we know, no study has been conducted in a real vehicle that is being driven. Also, we decided to compare the results of texting to the effects of drunk driving, on the same day and under the exact same conditions. Not surprisingly, Car and Driver doesn’t receive a lot of research grants.

    Sending or looking at that text, tweet, post or email from behind the wheel can be deadly. In fact, studies show that those who text while driving are much more likely to be in a crash.*

    ©2015 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, Globe logo and other marks are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

    Apple, the Apple logo and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.