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B, H.At the start of this essay, I really had no idea what to say. The most difficult part was simply starting. The thing that got me over the edge was talking about it to friends and then finally getting to the actual writing part. Once that started, it all flowed out. My main point I was making is basically that no one is above the law when it comes to the rules of the road. My effect I tried to convey was merely common sense. I am certain the entire essay works. If o had more time I would definitely try to lengthen my conclusion. I changed the order of almost all my paragraphs in the proofreading process of my essay. I would like feedback about the use of commas as well as other major mistakes I have made. |
16 September 2012
Hazards of the Pizza Guy
I am sure everyone is aware of the thirty minutes or less delivery standard of most pizza places. This is no excuse for what is happening. The pizza dude is repeatedly risking his life and the lives of people around him by cutting off drivers, hitting the exit ramp from the left lane, and forgetting to use his turn signal (Latterell106-107). No one needs to be reckless and endanger lives over a ten dollar pepperoni pizza by driving so aggressively. Not using a turn signal, in fact, is an even bigger hazard than distracted driving (Eisenstein). Also, aggressive driving, defined as “the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property” includes examples like lane changing and improper passing. Motorists should be keeping their cool when operating a car by being mannerly and patient with other drivers (Aggressive). Before a driver is hired to deliver pizza, completed drivers training classes should be mandatory for their safety and the safety of others. If you are going to be driving around all day, a little extra training should not be unthinkable.
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