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Following Colorado’s laws can help prevent motorcycle accidents

Posted on October 12, 2014 in
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...
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What can you do to prevent motorcycle accidents?

Posted on September 8, 2014 in
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....
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Colorado Springs motorcycle accident claims life of store manager

Posted on July 24, 2014 in
As many Colorado residents gear up for motorcycle rides to enjoy the months of relatively good weather that still remain, they should remember to always keep safety in mind. Unlike an enclosed vehicle, a motorcycle provides minimal protection for a rider in the event of an accident. However, motorists also need to do their...
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Colorado DOT launches initiative to prevent motorcycle accidents

Posted on June 5, 2014 in
Summer weather is perfect for riding motorcycles, so many Colorado residents get on their bikes and take to the streets. But, as the number of riders increase on the streets and highways, motorcycle accidents also seem to rise. The Colorado Department of Transportation knows this for a fact. To help prevent motorcycle crashes, the...
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Collision between SUV and motorcycle sends rider to hospital

Posted on May 24, 2014 in
Colorado residents who ride motorcycles often do so because of the sense of freedom it brings and because it is easier to navigate through traffic in which cars can become slowed to a crawl. Riding a two-wheeled vehicle, however, poses a larger risk to a motorcycle rider because the vehicle itself offers less protection...
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