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Is Texting and Driving More Dangerous Than Drinking and Driving?

Is Texting and Driving More Dangerous Than Drinking and Driving?

Survey Respondents Expressed Greater Fear of Auto Accidents Caused by Distraction Last year, Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT) asked drivers whether they were more afraid of those who text while driving or those who drink and drive. Sixty-three percent of the 700...

Opioids and Driving: A Prescription for Abuse and Auto Accidents

Opioids and Driving: A Prescription for Abuse and Auto Accidents

In 2017, the National Safety Council reported that Americans were more likely to die from an opioid overdose than in a motor vehicle crash. However, when you put the two together, the results can be even more deadly. As of yet, no large, randomized studies have been...

How to Help Your Teenager Drive More Safely on the Road

How to Help Your Teenager Drive More Safely on the Road

Limiting Passengers Key to Reducing Auto Accidents Kids are slower to get driver’s licenses these days—and maybe that’s a good thing. Wired reported last year that only 71 percent of high school seniors currently have a driver’s permit, “the lowest percentage in...

Apps to Help You Driving Safely

Apps to Help You Driving Safely

Phone Apps to Combat Distracted Driving and Prevent Auto Accidents Staying safe behind the wheel while traveling with a cell phone is easier said than done. Particularly if you are a teenager. But apps are available that can help drivers avoid using their cell phones...

The Status of Drunk Driving in America

The Status of Drunk Driving in America

CDOT Empowers Drivers to Make Smart Decisions Alcohol continues to be a significant factor in automobile accidents in the U.S. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an alcohol-impaired traffic death occurred every 48 minutes in 2017....

Officers Go After Rural Colorado Drivers for Slack Use of Seat Belts

Officers Go After Rural Colorado Drivers for Slack Use of Seat Belts

775 Drivers Ticketed in July Click It or Ticket Campaign "A car crash can happen in the blink of an eye," says Matthew Packard, the chief of Colorado State Patrol. "Not taking that second to buckle up is a choice that could have tragic consequences." Despite evidence...

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