Read the speech below and answer questions 1 – 3.
“Cell phones are dangerous to use while driving. The use of cell phones is the most common distraction, but the use of a hand-held cell phone improves the risk 1.3 times, which is less than reaching for items on the seat or in the glove compartment. According to the current research, a driver who is talking over a mobile phone is four times more endangered to crash with another vehicle than a driver who focuses driving only without distractions of cell phones. Cell phone distraction triggers more deaths in America, reaching out the number of 2600 deaths. Do you want to be one of them? No, absolutely not. You have family – your wife, your husband, your cute son, your lovely daughter, or other members of family - who are waiting for you at home. You have dreams and a lot of things to do, don’t you? So, don’t use your cell phone while driving, but drive safely.”
What is the aim of the speech? The aim is ....