It is so common for people to be subject to prejudice regarding their driving ability based on their age or demographics. For example, it is common for people to assume that teenagers are likely to be using their phone while driving, and that parents, on the other hand, would be far more responsible. Prejudice of any kind is dangerous for establishing justice, because the facts of any case should be objectively assessed.
It is important that all drivers in the United States understand the laws that they are subject to on the road, and they know how to exercise safe driving habits. In recent years, the prevalence of phones in our daily lives has meant that many of us are tempted to use our phones while in the car.