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CTA4 Individual - Samantha Zid Section VA MBI 131 Spring...

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Samantha Zid Section VA 2/15/11 MBI 131 Spring 2011 Critical Thinking Assignment (CTA) #4 According to the CDC, the leading cause of death of people ages 1 – 34 in the U.S. is injury related to motor vehicles. In addition, approximately 5 million people are injured each year. Injury and death statistics typically include both those inside motor vehicle and pedestrians hit by motor vehicles. These deaths and injuries have a large economic impact. There are many factors that contribute to motor vehicle crashes (too many to consider in a single assignment). In this exercise you will be considering cell/smart phone use, a topic that has received a lot of media attention in the past few years. Follow the links provided to the articles and videos related to this CTA. Address questions 1 – 5 in your individual CTA response: 1. What are your home state’s (or city’s) laws in regard to texting while driving? Talking on cell phones? See http://www.ghsa.org/html/stateinfo/laws/cellphone_laws.html for up-to-date information. There is no state law in Ohio against texting talking on the phone while driving, but I know that my hometown, Columbus just passed some legislation dealing with this. In Columbus,
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