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Properly Restraining Children in Vehicles Is Colorado Law

Properly Restraining Children in Vehicles Is Colorado Law

There is no excuse for not securing a child in a vehicle. Recently, there was yet another sad news story concerning a traffic accident with multiple fatalities including children. The car accident occurred on a snow-covered road in Maryland after the driver of an SUV...

Colorado Car Accident Deaths Down in 2018

Colorado Car Accident Deaths Down in 2018

Better Driving Holds Key to Further Improvement You can't exactly call it good news, but it's certainly an improvement on bad news. Fewer people died on Colorado streets, roads, and highways in 2018 than in the prior year, reversing a six-year upward trend. According...

Side-Impact Collisions Can Lead to Serious Injuries

Side-Impact Collisions Can Lead to Serious Injuries

Children in Car Seats Are Frequent Victims of T-Bone Accidents  Side-impact collisions, which happen when one motorist fails to stop or yield the right of way at an intersection and crashes into the side of another vehicle, are fairly common and can lead to serious...

Avoiding the Dangers of Walking to School

Avoiding the Dangers of Walking to School

Reducing the Threat of Colorado Pedestrian Accidents Involving Children The daily adventure of walking or bicycling to school can be an enriching and healthy exercise for children, but with it comes serious, random dangers. To make the experience a safe one, parents...

Little Fender Bender, Big Headache

Little Fender Bender, Big Headache

Minor Car Accidents Sometimes Result in Major Damages Insurance companies often make the argument that minor, low speed "no damage" automobile accidents can't result in serious injuries, but this is not necessarily true. During a collision, passengers are subject to a...

Are You Healthy Enough to Drive?

Are You Healthy Enough to Drive?

Medical Conditions Affect Road Response for Old and Young A few years ago, an organization that studies cities and how they operate did some interesting research on why people choose to drive a vehicle rather than take public transportation. The researchers found that...

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