Thursday, 18 June 2015.
Behaviour and behaviour messages are becoming increasingly common among drivers in modern society. This resulted in a large number of communications related to the accident. In addition, the number of subscribers using various mobile phones has increased in recent years, for example, in the United States, and by December 2010 there were almost 302.9 million wireless subscribers, an increase of 100 million subscriptions within four years
Thus, it is not surprising that the gadgets are quite mixed in the country, so the relevant messages will lead. Moreover, such habits are known to be the main drivers of driver distraction from road traffic accidents. In the event of his diversion, the lives of people in the wagon are in danger and the injuries to the driver, the passenger and other road users are also destroyed
A distraction is a broad aspect, including distracting the driver from the important role of movement to other things, temporarily influencing decision-making, raising awareness, and also productivity. Such problems also raise serious concerns about road safety in both the Government and the general public and other stakeholders
For this reason, many states are implementing new laws to prevent dangerous driving habits and improve road safety
The text message is increasingly becoming a problem for different stakeholders, including the general public and the government. This is primarily based on the assumption that such behaviour is known to divert attention from drivers, especially when it comes to making decisions and their attention on the road. In fact, the diversion is very closely connected to a large number of road accidents, which means that the problem also threatens the safety of our roads
In view of these conditions, injuries and death rates as a result of traffic accidents are increasing for the day. The study will therefore help to analyse the problems associated with the increase in traffic accidents as a result of the transmission of messages on the wheel
The study is aimed at examining the problems associated with communications during driving, in order to provide people with strong and important details about the risks involved. Awareness will be the most ideal way to find a solution to this threat, as people will be able to make informed decisions about how to manage the vehicle
The study will further contribute to a clear response to the research issue on texturing in risk management. In addition, the document will show how the transmission of messages during driving increases the risk of traffic accidents by presenting facts on the basis of existing information, which shows the extent to which such road behaviour has been fatal and highly destructive. This information will provide significant information that will help road users and stakeholders interested in the transport industry develop new measures and strategies to combat this menace
Is the presentation of the wheel of danger to the life of road users as a result of road traffic accidents?
This will serve as a guide for the researcher with regard to the main characteristics of the study. In other words, the question helps to identify the scope of the study by analysing the causes of such behaviour. When answering the question, including the comprehensive literature review, different approaches will be taken, indicating the current status of the study
In addition, the researcher will use a qualitative approach to the creation of useful data to be used in answering the question and to suggest a proper understanding of the level or extent to which such behaviour might prejudice the safety of road users. The research will continue to provide a study to determine the relationship between the messages behind the wheel and road accidents
This means that the driver wishes to draw the driver’s attention, as he is temporarily focused on a friend, such as events, objects, persons or other tasks not related to driving. As a result, the driver’s ability to improve the productivity and knowledge of road traffic accidents is decreasing, increasing the probability of road traffic accidents
This study will be based on the understanding that many drivers are more likely to text than any other type of diversion. This concept will be useful in highlighting the most common type of distraction on the road and in this case messaging. In addition, there are other factors that distract the drivers, including free calls, but in this case drivers are expected to have text while driving
This notion is further based on the fact that the document focuses on the degree to which the messages interrupt the attention of the driver and its subsequent effects. This assumption will also be important, as the effect of the messaging system on the wheel cannot be based solely on the growing number of accidents
In addition, many of them are related to accidents, including lack of experience, drinking, negligence and lack of driving skills. Therefore, it is important to assume that the researchers need the ideal results of the study
As a result of the increase in traffic accidents caused by such causes, drivers ‘ work has become increasingly uneasy. There are various factors that are closely related to the driver’s redevelopment, although they are not common in comparison with the exchange of messages. These factors have caused many accidents because they cause a lack of concentration or concentration of drivers
The exchange of messages during wheel operation is also unsafe because it is a significant source of interruption for many drivers (Robertson et al, 2013). It is therefore important to determine why the drivers are interrupted by such texts. In general, people are sequential processors of information. This means that these people cannot complete several tasks. This assumption is that the result is not multitasking because people quickly change their attention from one part to another, assuming that they can perform multiple tasks
However, in the real sense, this is not the case, and any attempts at multitasking often result in minimal attention to other tasks. In Robertson et al (2013), it was noted that the processing of information is very important in management, as this action includes a ‘divided attention’, which also includes many breaks in work with manual, cognitive and visual components
In addition, the attention that the driver should give to the chief is often based on driving experience, driving difficulties and driving experience
Robert et al (2013) stated that:
For example, in 2010, it was found that the driver’s work was up to 18 per cent of unrecoverable cases
Such breaks are particularly common among young drivers or people (Farris, 2011). In fact, many teenagers also die on the road because of messages related to behavior since they were drunk while driving. Studies also show that up to 40 per cent of American adolescents say that they have been travelling in vehicles where the driver uses the mobile device, thereby exposing them to danger
On average, the average teenager who sends messages to the United States sends and receives more than 3,000 texts every month. Adult drivers also experience distracted driving habits. Even so, the trap may not be as dominant as in the case of young drivers (Farris, 2011). In addition, adolescents have the habit of participating in operations on their devices, which expose them to many risks compared to adult drivers
The trends observed by adolescents as a result clearly show that they are at greater risk than adults. While the number of adolescents using mobile phones has increased, this also raises concerns about their safety on the roads, as well as other road users
It is important to note, therefore, that in the case of sending messages to wheels, resulting in more than 23 per cent, compared to continuous and continuous transmission. Similarly, about 11 per cent of drivers are between 18 and 20 years of age and are also involved in traffic accidents, but are lucky to survive in the event of an accident
The driver, who has distracted attention from the road when using mobile phones, often takes about 5 seconds. For example, if the driver is 55 miles per hour, the driver will cover the same distance without interruption for 5 seconds, possibly at a distance from the football field (Cody, 2013). This means that the time of recess is often at risk
Studies in the past show that when messages are transmitted while the driver is in the wrong direction, in other tracks, and in other cases, the driver may travel in other cars than drivers who have been driving under the influence of marijuana or alcohol. Thus, drivers, passengers, motorists and other road users are at great risk from the driver (Cody, 2013)
Thus, distracted driving was a matter of serious concern, despite the fact that licensed drivers who understand and recognize that the use of mobile gadgets are extremely risky because they pose a great danger to human security. The risk is also getting worse, as time passes after constantly growing technological progress that allows people to use their smartphones and other devices in the text, to make changes to social networks and to communicate with them
Moreover, a large number of licensed and authorized drivers have taken part in risky activities such as the testing. According to Codey (2013), despite global disapproval of a mail message or a message, many drivers are still aware that they have read, sent or entered a message or e-mail while driving
The study will use the quality method of the study as its most ideal case study methodology. This approach will be effective in better understanding the research issue (driving the vehicle), thus playing a key role in improving existing literature or research
This case study is also a qualitative research method, which helps researchers assess modern life situations by offering an ideal platform for the application of ideas. In this case, the application of the case studies methodology will focus more on the assessment of the situation with the messages in the region. In our case, the study will also focus on the assessment and evaluation of the research problem, which in our case is conducted in New York, USA. The choice of a geographical region would also be useful in identifying a situation that would provide the most ideal picture of the research problem
Even so, the study will use secondary and primary data to find the ideal answer to the research question. The primary data will also be collected through interviews with a selected sample from New York and secondary data from books, articles and journals from other secondary sources. Such secondary sources will also be made available on the Internet and others from the libraries
Secondary sources were partly used in the generation of literature reviews as part of the study proposal. The information gathered also shows the danger to users of the road as a result of the behavior of the messaging engine, which has become quite common. The primary data will also be collected through detailed interviews. This information plays a key role in raising the level of secondary information. Therefore, interviews will be the most important data collection tools for primary information
In addition, the data collection tool will be effective in obtaining a real scenario on the ground, as it will help the interviewer focus on an interesting topic and, at the same time, further explore the issue of actual research. The researcher will additionally use 100 participants as a sample, including moving forces randomly selected between the ages of 15 and 50
The data collection process will also take up to one month and complete the collection of data in a comprehensive way across the population. The interview will also use an open and completed approach to ensure flexibility. The project will also allow the researcher to develop additional questions to obtain more detailed information from the survey respondents. The interview will be further focused on the use of mobile phones while driving
Cody, R. (2013).
Farris, A. (2011). LOL? Driving without laughter: Propose the coordinated response to this dangerous operation.
Robertson, R., Mayhew, D., Brown, S., & Valaar, W. (2013). Driver Distraction and Hands-Free Texting while Driving.