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April 2018 Archives

Denver’s Most Dangerous Intersections

Oftentimes, drivers assume that the most dangerous place to be on the roads is on the highways — where speed limits are higher and drivers can be easily distracted or tempted to drive recklessly. The fact of the matter is, however, that some of the most dangerous spots on the roads in Denver is not along the busy highways, but actually in the intersections. Despite the fact that traffic is moving slower and drivers are expecting traffic lights to change frequently, these intersections are where many of the most serious motor vehicle accidents occur.

Driver fatigue and electronic logging devices

Car accidents are dangerous enough on their own, and when a semi-trailer truck enters the picture, the risks can become all the more prevalent. Driver fatigue is an increasingly common issue in Colorado and across the nation, and truckers are not exempt from this frightening statistic. However, companies have taken steps to make the trucking industry safer in recent years. Most of those efforts revolve around timing itself.

Serious Injuries From Rear-End Collisions

There's a common misconception surrounding rear-end collisions. Most people think that these seemingly minor accidents are no big deal — that everyone walks away from the fender bender with a bit of whiplash and a car that has been scraped or dented. While the damage to a vehicle in a rear-end collision may not be significant, the injuries that result from these accidents can actually be quite severe. 

Loose objects become flying objects in car accidents

Safety is a primary concern with drivers and often time one of the primary features we look at when choosing a vehicle is the safety features that are provided to not only protect you from an accident but provide you with warnings to prevent collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians, or objects, such as backup cameras and collision warning systems.

Recent Ford recall shows potential risk of auto defect

The new car that a proud buyer drives off the lot is not necessarily safe, even though it has had no previous owners. Motor vehicle recalls are a common occurrence across the country. Ford owners in Colorado and elsewhere may be affected by a recently reported defect that could put them or someone else in danger.

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