Prohibited while driving?

@kynni204 (2031)
United States
April 7, 2007 5:56pm CST
If you are like me you live on the edge and do every thing under the sun while driving. I drive my family crazy when I put on make-up while driving. O.k I have to admitt I am multi-talented...smile. O.k. while you are laughing I know you eat a full 5 course meal. Blow/pick your nose, talk on the cell phone give people the bird( middle finger), get stuff out of the back seat, throw things at the kids watch televsion o and read the newspaper. Theres no wonder why you see so many accidents in your rear view mirror....lol. Just kidding. What do you think about people who do these things?
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@onabreak2 (1161)
• United States
8 Apr 07
A boy that I worked with a wonderful boy was hit by a car when the person was not paying any attetion because they were talking on their cell phone. He was thrown up in the air and landed on the hood of the car. He has suffered major injuries that he will have pain for the rest of his life. Many people are killed when people like you are behind the wheel. People who talk on their cell phones or do anything other then pay attention to their driving do not deserve to drive. People like you kill. Now you dont intentionally set out to kill someone but you could you can and you are lucy you havent caused a major accident yet. So next time you decide to do this, imagine a young child coming through your windshield .
@kynni204 (2031)
• United States
8 Apr 07
That is way too bad. I seem to think I have it under control when I drive , but your reply really makes me think of the unthinkable..
@palonghorn (5485)
• United States
7 Apr 07
Their the reason my boyfriend and his co-workers have had to make phone calls or visits to inform family members of an accident. When it comes to driving there is no such thing as multi-tasking! What happened to paying attention to the road? I mean come on, I saw a tv commercial for a vehicle that tells you when you're fixing to have an accident???? I don't need a vehicle to tell me that!
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@kynni204 (2031)
• United States
7 Apr 07
Yes these are things the police should look for. These individuals need tickets
• United States
7 Apr 07
I can't even talk on my cell phone when I'm driving. I totally lose focus, so I make it a point to not answer my cell phone when I'm in the car. My husband knows this, too. But, for some reason, he always has the need to call me when he knows I'm driving. I seriously do not answer my phone. I wait until I get to my destination, then after I shut off the car, then I will call him back. I can't stand it when I see other drivers talking on their cell phones when driving. I used to work in an auto insurance company as a secretary, and have seen hundreds of claims where cell phones were involved.
@kynni204 (2031)
• United States
7 Apr 07
Wow!! Do cell phones really cause that many accidents?
• United States
8 Apr 07
More wrecks are caused by using cell phones than by drunk drivers
@TeeandMe (104)
• United States
8 Apr 07
I feel like this is one of the most irresponsible things a person could do. Granted you can risk your wellbeing by doing other things while driving, but that is your choice. When you do this you risk someone elses. My eyes and hands are always doing what you are supposed to be doing when you are behind the wheel of a car.. and that is concentrate on driving. I was in a car wreck on the 23rd of Feb where I was almost killed and my car was totaled all due to a person who was driving while trying to find her cellphone in the floor board! So I beg of you to pull over if you need to do something besides concentrate on driving.. cause its not just your life your risking its everyone elses that is driving on the same road!
@kynni204 (2031)
• United States
8 Apr 07
You bring up a very valid point. It is since less to cause accidents to do something that can wait. I don't want to be a murderer
@lightningMD (5932)
• United States
7 Apr 07
lol i hate breaking the rules so i dont even speed or tail gate..but ive never had a ticket either....i'd feel safer if they just drove
@kynni204 (2031)
• United States
7 Apr 07
You have never had a tickey?!? Did you just get your license last week or something? That's awesome. Keep obeying the rules keep your record clean, keep cheap car insurance and most of all, stay safe
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@sonia23 (323)
• India
19 Jul 07
i dont drive i am learning
@Stiffler07 (1356)
• United States
19 Jul 07
Sounds to me like you’re a thrill seeker, like to walk, no better yet drive on the wild side. LOL. No, but all jokes aside it’s dangerous to you & everyone else on the road. Stay safe, you have people who care about you a great deal.