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Study: Colorado Has Two School Bus Crashes a Day

Study: Colorado Has Two School Bus Crashes a Day

In Colorado, there are two school bus crashes per day on average, according to an investigation by Kevin Vaughan for KUSA, which appeared on 9News with contributions from Burt Hubbard of Rocky Mountain PBS News. The figure is based on accident data compiled by the...

Intense Emotions, Distractions Increase Driving Crash Risk

Intense Emotions, Distractions Increase Driving Crash Risk

A new study finds that driving while distracted can more than double your risk of an accident for more than half of your trips. Researchers from the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found that being in an emotional state while driving increases the risk of...

Ford Introduces Pothole Detection System

Ford Introduces Pothole Detection System

Potholes in the road can damage vehicles and lead to accidents. For a smoother ride and to prevent pothole problems, Ford has developed technology that can look at the road ahead and prepare the car to hit a pothole, Scott Collie wrote for Gizmag. It works by...

CDOT Reroutes Some I-70 Traffic Due to Rockfalls

CDOT Reroutes Some I-70 Traffic Due to Rockfalls

A 24-mile section of Interstate 70 in Colorado will be out of commission for weeks, Andrew McFarlane has reported for Weather.com, because of car-sized boulders that slid onto the road earlier this week. It was a rock slide near Hanging Lake Tunnel in Glenwood Canyon...

AutoGuide Lists Safest 2016 Cars So Far

AutoGuide Lists Safest 2016 Cars So Far

AutoGuide has published a list of “The Safest Cars You Can Buy in 2016.” To come up with the list, AutoGuide chose only vehicles that have earned a “Top Safety Pick +” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), as well as a five-star overall rating...

Colorado State Patrol Announces 2015 Pot Driving Stats

Colorado State Patrol Announces 2015 Pot Driving Stats

In Colorado, the recreational use of marijuana became legal on January 1, 2014, beginning what the Colorado State Patrol calls "a new era of impaired driving in the state. According to the Denver Post, the CSP has announced the results of its tracking of marijuana...

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