Many people don? t know the severity of talking on a cellular phone while driving down a road full of traffic. There are so many men and women that come across people's path while driving, who are holding up a phone stuck to their ears. The careless drivers are usually the ones one the phone which they take part of a business, and are on the phone trying t close off a sale, or just someone who is having a normal conversation where they can? t wait until they get home to use the phone. Accidents are prone to happen when we see people talking on the phone crossing an intersection or switching lanes from a use expressway.

Some lose their concentration when they end up in a heated conversation. Others can not handle doing two things at the same time. the concentration on the road is distracted and many daze off and forget that they are on a busy road or highway. Cellular phones should be turned off while driving due to the fact that it causes drivers to get distracted and lose their concentration on the road. Everybody likes to talk on the phone and everyone likes to drive, but that is not the problem. The major problem here is when both of these activities are combined, especially the activity where it engages the driver driving an automobile and a cellular phone causing a trouble to arise.

The cellular industry is on a rapid rise, there is no stopping of anyone to not purchasing a cellular phone. Nowadays, everyone has a phone, the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) studies show that it is estimated by the year 2000, there will likely be about 80 million cellular telephone users in the United States. When people are on the road they usually engage themselves somehow in a conversation on the cell phone causing distractions to arise. There is a big chance where many of us had a close call or even been in an accident involving a driver who was distracted bu his or her use of a cellular phone. This is becoming an issue that brings out a variety of reactions. Reactions that are being brought out are from the anger of victims of un attentive drivers, to the demands of researchers for more data on the issue, to the denials that there is a problem from some members of the cellular phone industry.

Repeated studies have reached to a conclusion that people with cellular phones in their cars run a 34 percent higher risk of having accident..