Bad driving habits2 - to loud music can cause a driver to...

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Laura Peinado Bad driving habits such as playing loud music, talking on the cell phone, and failing to adequately check blind spots, can lead to death-defying accidents. To begin with, listening to loud music is a driver’s worst enemy. Listening to music while driving consistently affects driving speed, which can most of the time cause horrendous accidents in which more than one person will be gravely affected. This is true especially with young drivers, who listen to music with a fast tempo. The tempo of the background music, recent studies have shown, causes a driver to increase speed. This can lead to speed violations, and in the worst possible scenario, a deadly crash. Also, listening
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Unformatted text preview: to loud music can cause a driver to lose concentration. Lets picture a young, inexperienced driver, listening to loud rock. As the driver cruises down the avenue, the stereo is booming and his/her speed is gradually increasing. Suddenly, the light turns red, but of course, he/she is too distracted listening to music to notice. Anyone can guess what happens next. So, listening to loud music will necessarily affect a drivers speed, and ability to concentrate, and will, in most cases, cause catastrophic accidents....
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