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  • The Only Car Checklist You’ll Ever Need

    If you’re looking for an example of a strong woman, look no further than Ruby Stein. This 85-year-old was trapped in her car for five days near Gypsum, Colorado after her car became stuck in the mud and snow. Thankfully, a group of hikers found her and she suffered no injuries due to the ordeal. […]

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    6 Tips to Taking Car Accident Photos

    After an accident, your mind is racing with thoughts of who to call, how bad the damage is to your vehicle and whether the other driver is hurt. Before you can gather your valuables, call a tow truck and deal with a police report, it is important to take car accident photos. Not only for […]

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    Consequences of Social Media After A Car Accident

    Maintaining privacy on social media is important for many reasons, from college applications to professional networking. However, there’s one aspect of your social media that people seldom consider: How a court of law might perceive your posts after a car accident or other incident that leads to legal action. As we discussed in a recent post, […]

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    Colorado Winter Driving Checklist

    Colorado winter driving is not for the faint of heart. The Colorado State Patrol recorded 4,388 crashes during winter weather conditions in 2015, the last year for which full seasonal statistics are available; 503 people were injured and 19 died in those accidents. While winter weather conditions can be challenging for Colorado drivers, winter is […]

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    Colorado Child Safety Seat Law

    Did you know a driver can’t be stopped in Colorado for not wearing a seatbelt? While it’s mandatory for drivers and front-seat passengers to buckle up, Colorado’s seatbelt law is a secondary enforcement law, which means people can’t be ticketed for not wearing a seatbelt unless they’re also committing some other traffic offense like speeding. […]

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    Hit by a Stoned Driver in Colorado: Now What?

    When most people hear driving under the influence (DUI) they think about drunk driving. While the term DUI refers to people who drive while intoxicated, it can also be used to describe stoned drivers in Colorado. In Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, there have been instances of people driving stoned. Though marijuana hasn’t been […]

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    Pros and Cons of Driverless Cars

    Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have used machines to make certain tasks easier. This can be seen almost anywhere you go; from paying for groceries with our phones to using 3D printers to build bridges. Moore’s Law says technology advances exponentially every 18 months, meaning things are only going to get more advanced. Because of […]

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    Texting And Driving Accident Statistics [Infographic]

    With Back-to-School and Homecoming right around the corner, it is a perfect time to talk to your teens about texting and driving. Cell phone usage, especially texting, is becoming more and more of a problem. Distracted driving accidents are common, and the highest percentage of those accidents involve a teenager. Don’t forget, you set the […]

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    Preventing Drunk Driving This Holiday Season

    Everyone loves a good party. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a promotion, or a new baby, it’s fun to gather with your friends and family to enjoy food, fellowship and maybe a few drinks. Alcohol is the drink of choice for many celebrations, especially during the approaching holiday season. Even though drinking can be fun, […]

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    Tie One On For Safety!

    The holiday season is almost upon us! For many, it’s their favorite part of the year; a time for fun, family, and plenty of food. The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is also the busiest time of the year for traveling. Hundreds of thousands will make the trek home to visit parents, grandparents, aunts, […]

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