Petrie, David. "Children Distract Drivers as Much as Cell Phone Use." Cell Phones and Driving. Ed. Roman Espejo. Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2015. At Issue. Rpt. from "Distracted Driving: Are Backseat Kids Worse Than Texting?" Huffington Post. 2011. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
Madden, Mary, and Lee Rainie. "Adult Drivers Are as Likely as Teens to Be Distracted by Cell Phones." Cell Phones and Driving. Ed. Roman Espejo. Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2015. At Issue. Rpt. from "Adults and Cell Phone Distractions." Pew Internet & American Life Project (18 June 2010). Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
Notes-1st Article Quotes and Ideas
Quote: When that happened I suffered from a different driver distraction: laughter. "You don't want that Binky?" I'd snicker to myself. "It looks like that Binky doesn't want you, either."
My Ideas: Is that Binky doesn't want to be distracted with anything else not even texting and driving.
Quote:"One study showed that 60 percent of parents felt driving alone with an infant strapped in a rear-facing car seat in the back seat was very distracting."
My Ideas: Not only texting and driving is distracting but also screaming kids in the backseat is also distracting for drivers.
Notes-2nd Article Quote and Ideas
Quote: ''Texting teens ages 16-17 who said they had texted while driving."
My Ideas: A lot of teens agree with texting while driving that are the ages between of 16-17.
Quote: "The same proportion (48%) of all teens ages 12-17 said they had been in a car when the driver was texting."
My Ideas: This quote has a prove that a lot of kids and teens have seen someone driving while texting.