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September 2014 Archives

What should Coloradoans know about pedestrian accidents?

Pedestrian safety is a serious concern throughout the United States. Every year, government agencies gather information about injuries and fatalities from pedestrian accidents, in an effort to understand the situation better and devise better safety measures to prevent pedestrian accidents. Although agencies do their part, Colorado motorists and pedestrians should also do their share as well. Having basic knowledge can go a long way in preventing accidents.

Colorado drunk driving offenses and their penalties

Unfortunately, intoxicated driving is a common offense here in Colorado, as well as in many other parts of the United States. More popularly known as drunk driving, many Coloradoans may not be aware that there are particular nuances to drunk driving laws. One in particular is that the state has two different levels of drunk driving offenses. It is in the best interest of Colorado drivers to understand such details as well as the possible penalties and other pertinent laws related to alcohol charges.

What can you do to prevent motorcycle accidents?

Motorcycles have a lot of appeal for Colorado residents. Beyond the sleek appearance, the lightweight vehicles are fuel-efficient and offer a unique experience as opposed to riding in cars. However, there is one drawback to riding motorcycles: safety. The vehicle provides no protection when it comes to accidents, which often result in serious injuries. Nonetheless, there are ways motorcyclists, as well as other motorists, can prevent motorcycle accidents from happening.

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