Don't you hate it when people drive and talk/text on the phone?
• United States
14 Aug 11
I do dislike it very much because they are putting themselves as well as others at risk. Sad part is that each time someone makes a mistake driving while using their cell phone they have the nerve to look at the other as if it were the other persons fault. I can't see anything that much of an emergency that one can't pull over to answer and or call them back when not driving. The world did not have phones in the past so not sure why it is so urgent to be so attached this way. It happens here all the time.
14 Aug 11
Yes, I often see many people doing that. Yeah, I certainly don't like that. That is very dangerous, while driving a car. Dangerous for the person and for other cars on the road nearby. For me, I never do that. What you are doing is the right way, indeed.
10 Jul 12
I would hate it if they are the one who does the calling and texting in the first place while driving in a vehicle. If someone is calling on the driver's phone and looks like an emergency type of call, I don't see that as a problem. But the thing is, texting or calling while driving at the same time would be a liability to vehicular accidents!
15 Aug 11
Hi bluegemini10, Im the same as you and im sure many of us hate to see when people talking or texting while driving. the people who drive and use cellphone at the same time is not only endanger him/herself but other people as well. I dont want to put other people in endanger so I will ignore the phone call and if it was an emergency call (the caller called more than 3times) then I would stop to respond to the call. Think about it, we are not the only person on the road what if our mind distracted from the call while driving and crash another person. Many countries has law to charge people who use mobile phone while driving with a big fine, but I hope people stop talk/text while driving because they realize using cellphone while driving is dangerous for them and for other people, and not because they are afraid of police.
14 Aug 11
Using the cell phone while driving puts lives in jeopardy and that does not exclude the driver's. When my phone rings, I don't answer. There's voice mail, plus I use different ring tones for different groups of people or a special ring tone for someone special. When I get to my destination, I'd return the missed call/calls. Someone asked me, "What if it's an emergency?" My reply, "Is there anything I can do in the middle of the freeway?" Before people can drive, they should be given a test for mental maturity. Before a driver license is is renewed, each driver must take both written and actual driving tests to see if they are still capable of safe driving. God be with you on the road and elsewhere, my fellow gemini(I suppose you are)and fellow mylotter, bluegemini!