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Safety Regulations Aimed at Preventing Commercial Truck Accidents

Safety Regulations Aimed at Preventing Commercial Truck Accidents

The Many Federal Trucking Regulations Guiding Colorado Drivers Trucking is one of the most regulated industries in the United States. The sheer size and weight of commercial trucks means that during an accident they can easily cause catastrophic injuries. Safety is a...

New Cars Are Safer (And More Expensive)

New Cars Are Safer (And More Expensive)

But New Regulations May Reduce the Cost New products often get cheaper over time. At first, having a car was a luxury. If you owned one, you were among the few who did. But in 1908, Ford developed a way to mass-produce a more affordable car. The first, the Model T,...

New Year, Old Safety Problem: Airbags

New Year, Old Safety Problem: Airbags

More Drivers at Risk of Being Injured by Their Vehicle It may be 2020, but for millions of automobile owners, it feels more like 2008. Last month, more than one million more cars were recalled because of faulty Takata airbags. In some cases, this is the second time...

Impaired Driving in Colorado

Impaired Driving in Colorado

Motorists Who are Drunk or High are Not the Only Problems In Colorado, nearly 60 motorists are arrested for driving under the influence each day, but they are not the only ones hitting the road with a shortage of the coordination and alertness needed to operate a...

Many Pot Smokers Are Blasé About the Risks of Driving While High

Many Pot Smokers Are Blasé About the Risks of Driving While High

Colorado Police Remain Focused on Enforcement Efforts In Colorado, the use of marijuana for both recreational and medicinal purposes has been legal for a while. In 2000, the state legalized cannabis for medical use; in 2012, it legalized the substance for recreational...

Mixed Results for Road to Zero

Mixed Results for Road to Zero

The effort to end auto accident fatalities by 2050 continues despite a recent rise in deaths. Four years ago, the Road to Zero (RTZ) Coalition launched with the goal of ending all traffic fatalities by 2050. So far, the safety initiative has gotten mixed results. Some...

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