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October 2014 Archives

Woman seriously injured in apparent reckless driving accident

Because of the relatively long distances between most people's homes and their places of school, work and recreation, driving is almost required in much of the United States, including in Colorado. Most people drive everyday without thinking too much about it, but most people know that careless driving can lead to serious injuries in an instant. Understanding that, most people obey all traffic laws when they are behind the wheel.

Many arrested in Colorado for drunk driving have prior arrests

Drunk driving is a serious problem across the country, including in Colorado. State legislators and law enforcement agencies do their best to persuade drivers to act responsibly, but a recent investigative report shows that not only have many drivers gotten behind the wheel while impaired, but many of them are also chronic repeat offenders. This creates a huge threat to other motorists and pedestrians on the road because drunk driving accidents are often deadly.

Following Colorado's laws can help prevent motorcycle accidents

For many riders in Colorado, motorcycles have a certain rebel appeal. Others, though, may love motorcycles because they are more fuel efficient, have a more sleek appearance or move better in traffic. Unfortunately, none of these attributes offers any protection for riders when they encounter other vehicles or even the road itself. Staying out of trouble and protecting themselves by following Colorado's motor vehicle laws is the best way for motorcyclists to avoid motorcycle accidents.

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