make a commitement, not to text n drive; the life u save may be your own!
I always turn my phone off when I drive. I also remind my granddaughters when they get their license to please never drive and text, I want them aroound forever.
Texting and driving does not only put your life at risk, but also the lives of THOSE YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW, including the lives of INNOCENT CHILDREN!
if it s important stop drive ,, and text r what ever its... after text start drive safe for life,...
Its not worth it, think about what cant wait until you arrive!
it is stupid to text and drive I don't know how people do it and talk too that is so dumb as well pull over if your going to use the phone, etc.
Anything that takes your attention off of the road ahead whether it be texting, using a mobile to ring/answer someone or even changing a CD in the radio whilst driving along can result in collisions. All it takes is less than a second to happen and sometimes with fatalities, all down to the concentration of driver to one of the above moments. Think before you act and those around you and yourself wil lbe that much safer and live longer.
how about no using a cell phone while driving just as bad to talk on your cell and drive its like drinking and driving you, ll wreak and kill some one and it may be you or your kid think about it drinking/talking /texting while driving all the same it not if but when You think it will not happen to me/you but it will sooner or later, THING ( BE SMARTER THEN THE CELL PHONE) MY saying (ON YOUR CELL GET OFF THE ROAD!) BY DMS (THE SHOE) lake odessa michigan.
I love ALL my friends and family and would hate for something to happen to them Please 'DO NOT TEXT AND DRIVE!' It reminds me of being under the influence you have as much reaction time somone should do a study?
This should be extended to anyone in control of any form of transport on the roads. In the last few days, I've had to follow a CYCLIST who was all over the road as he steered one handed and was more interested in his mobile phone. I've also driven past young riders who are again, paying more attention to their mobile phones than their horses, let alone acknowledging the existence of traffic. Who'd be to blame if the unthinkable happened in these situations?