The weather in Colorado is a dream come true, mild seasons allow for outdoor activity throughout the year. We all love it. However, with all these beautiful, sunny days come the cyclists. With cyclists, come the preventable car accidents.
Today we’re going over how cyclists and motorists can share the road for everyone’s safety. (more…)
When we’re going through our usual daily routine we rarely think about getting injured. When headed to get coffee before work, you probably aren’t thinking you may get rear-ended at the light. When you go to your job site, you’re most likely not assuming a piece of equipment is going to fall on you. (more…)
Most of us don’t think much about getting behind the wheel of a car, we just do it and assume the best, because more often than not, we arrive where we’re going without incident. However, as we all know, that’s not always the case. And with the constant rise of smartphone use, the odds of being injured by a distracted driver are also on the rise. (more…)
Spring is in the air and all of us who live in Colorado know what that means… We’ll experience every season in the next couple of months: winter, spring, summer, and fall. We may have a high of 75 with loads of sun on Monday and Tuesday will bring sleet, then snow, then rain. (more…)
With the beautiful mountains of Colorado, come some pretty turbulent driving conditions, especially for the truckers. It wasn’t too long ago a semi truck driver on I-70 in Golden lost control, causing a fiery accident that killed four surrounding drivers and injured several others.(more…)
Although most of us believe the most dangerous distraction is a cell phone—programming a navigation system while drivingwhether talking or texting—there are a whole gamut of built-in features in new cars which are so distracting, they should not be enabled while the vehicle is moving. Psychology professor David Strayer with the University of Utah has extensively studied built-in car features such as SatNav, radios, MP3 players as well as cell phones and messaging devices.