In the current age of iPhones and the Samsung Galaxies, one might make the argument that millennials rely on technology. This certainly may be true. “There’s an app for that,” is a perfectly accurate statement, thanks to Apple. Now, we can call cabs from our cell phones and use a GPS to get us from Point A to Point B at the click of a button. We can take pictures of our checks to deposit them and never have to walk into a bank. We can order take-out right to our door without having to speak to anyone or make a phone call. We can pay somebody without ever handing them money or writing them a check, track the distance and calories burned on while running or biking, and even scan something from our phones without ever touching a scanner.
We live in a world of convenience and where almost anything can be done or accessed through the click of a button. This has made worrying about the “little things” a pastime; however while driving the littlest things are always important. It’s hard to break free of the technology we are so used to holding in our hands, but the potential for an accident to occur is much more important.