Presentation on theme: "By Gillian and Tyler. Texting while driving Distracting Not aware of what speed limit How close you are to other cars and people. Walking while texting."— Presentation transcript:
By Gillian and Tyler
Texting while driving Distracting Not aware of what speed limit How close you are to other cars and people. Walking while texting Walk through a red light Walk across a road
To protect yourself to overcome this danger you could: Not use any technology while in the car Not use technology while walking in the street If To Prevent this happening to other people. If you see a person walking with their ear buds in or texting someone go up to them and say to concentrate on the roads and be careful. The police are also catching out people that are texting while driving.
This could affect us if we: Were walking to the tram stop and we were texting someone
A 2010 experiment with Car and Driver showed that texting while driving had a greater effect on safety than driving drunk. Unimpaired:.54 seconds to brake Legally drunk: add 4 feet Reading add 36 feet Sending a text: add 70 feet