Biking accidents in Colorado seem to be occurring more and more frequently, often causing extremely severe injuries and even fatalities. Some choices bikers make may be contributing to their risk of accident and resulting death. While following the rules of the road is of utmost importance for cyclists, taking additional precautions can reduce risk of accidents.
Kids running around at night, with masks on their faces making it hard for them to see, is never a good idea -- but that's what happens on Halloween. Drivers generally know to watch out for kids on Halloween and they will be on high alert, but how do you make sure your kids stay extra safe?
You love the wind in your hair when you ride your motorcycle, but you know that the hazards of having that feeling of freedom could result in life-threatening crashes and injuries. There are many circumstances where having the knowledge to crash in a safer manner can help. For instance, if you lose control, knowing how to fall or slide could help save your life.
As a cyclist, the last thing you want to deal with is an accident. You ride your bike to enjoy the weather and to get where you want to go. You don't ride it to open yourself up to injury.
On September 17, a Colorado car accident occurred that left an Uber driver injured and a 37-year-old passenger in the Uber car dead. The collision happened in the Cheesman Park neighborhood of Denver in the early morning hours of Sept. 17.
Being involved in a car accident is a scary situation no matter how much experience you have as a driver. If you are ever involved in a car accident in Fort Collins, you need to follow the steps outlined in this post so you know exactly what to do so you protect your rights.
Take a moment to imagine a drunk driver. Were you thinking of a male driver? That's often the stereotype, and there's a reason for it: Statistically speaking, men are caught while driving under the influence more often than women.