Why No Talking Texting?

A lot of of young adults and teenagers say that texting on the phone or taking on the phone has apsouluty no effect on there driving and even though many people do not understand that it only takes a couple seconds to get into a major accident

Even reaching for a cell phone can be deadly, since you are taking your hands off the road and reaching over causing you to turn your steering wheel all so slightly to the direction that your leaning towards causing you to run over the sidewalk and possibly kill someone, or into the other lane and suffer a head on collision

even though those cases are highly unlikely many may say, we witness them on a yearly basis


I myself have been witness to one of these tragedies, said David one of our editors on this blog,

I was going to church to volunteer and all of a sudden my father notices there is a lady riding along the side of the road as we pass her my father looks into to the rear view mirror hoping that she will correct the situation by pulling her steering wheel back to the right but it was to late she had hit a log that was put on the side of the road to replace the old telephone pole that was right next to it, the results were devastating she hit that log so hard that it tumbled into the street, if we were a couple seconds behind we would of been in a major accident as well since we would have hit that log that had been hit into the street,

anyway after the impact it send here car rolling into the old telephone pole luckily she didn’t break it, otherwise there would have been more problems and getting her out would have been worse since she was flipped on her side and her legs were pinned due to the impact of the log on the front driver side of her car

not to mention this happened recently, so please do not take your eyes off the road since you could be putting other lives at risk not just your own

Another incident that had happened not to long ago either was a friend of my friends was coming back from school and suddenly he noticed a vehicle goes into his lane from the opposite side then since he didn’t want a head on collision he swerves to the right then the vehicle swerves back into the lane so quickly giving him not time to respond and there was a big boom, the truck had run over the car and it was bad, specifically it had run over the drivers side were the driver was sitting causing sever back injury and neck injury,

later after hearing the crash, I quickly went to figure out what had happened since it was easily seen from our back deck,

turns out that the driver of the truck was reaching for his fallen cellphone, which was an ok decision since it would only take a few seconds at most apparently not, since he leaned over and the phone slipped farther which he then grasped his steering wheel for support to push himself further to reach the phone causing him to turn right since he was pushing himself to the passenger seat,

in this case turning his car in to the other lane which had on coming traffic, not good,

long story short there was a head on collision that made our whole neighborhood wake up and wonder what that was only to see two cars rolled over, on on its side and the other one completely rolled over into the ditch

please don’t do anything, that would otherwise split your focus off  the road, while operating a vehicle since you are putting your life and other motorists in danger, even if it was for a few seconds a few seconds is all that it takes to get into a severe car accident as you can see from the two explicit story’s above

Text Talk Ticket blog understands there may be states that still do not abide by these laws like Florida, even though there are Exotic car rental company’s that put these rules into there terms and conditions like Jacksonville Exotic Car Rentals even though they are a partnership between multiple exotic car rental agencies in Florida it is not wonder why they know that this one rule will someday save someones life.

So please take driving seriously and minimize the risk


Thank you









Talk Text Ticket

$124 Ticket for Violators

As of June 10, 2010, Washington’s new cell phone law is in effect—with strict police enforcement. If police see you holding a phone to your ear or texting while driving, they can pull you over. Tickets are $124 and could be more if your distracted driving causes a collision.

The New Law Means

• No talking on handheld cell phones while driving.

• No texting while driving.

• Teens with intermediate driver licenses or learner permits may not use a wireless device at all while driving, including hands-free devices, unless they’re reporting an emergency.

This law is not meant to encourage the use of hands-free devices. Hands-free devices offer no safety benefit. Parking your phone is the only safe way to drive. Pulling to the shoulder to talk on the phone or text is rarely a safe option and should only be done in an emergency.

The Danger is Real

• One study shows that cell phone drivers are as impaired as drunk drivers who have a .08% blood-alcohol level.

• Talking on a cell phone—with or without a hands-free device—increases the chance of crashing by four times.

• Texting drivers look down for 5 seconds at a time on average—enough time at highway speeds to cover more than a football field.

For More Information

www.nodistractions.orgAvoid the temptation, put your phone out of reach.

The changes that were made to the laws pertaining to cell phone use while driving can be found in Senate Bill 6345 athttp://apps.leg.wa.gov. This bill will change the following RCWs: 46.61.667, 46.61.668, 46.20.055, 46.20.075.