Colorado Car Seat Laws

Colorado takes child safety seriously. Whether you are expecting a baby or are the parent of a minor child, you must follow the state’s Child Passenger Safety Law. These are outlined in the article below and Colorado Child Passenger Safety Law.  Child car seats and safety restraints are preventative measures meant to secure your…

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Can You Lane Split in Colorado?

Lane splitting typically occurs when a motorcyclist drives down the middle of two rows of motor vehicles traveling in the same direction. Lane splitting is not the same as passing a motor vehicle in a separate lane and is illegal in Colorado. Lane splitting is not the same as riding side by side with…

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What You Need to Know About Colorado Bike Laws

Whether you live and bike in Colorado or plan a biking trip to the Centennial state, you need to know your legal rights and duties as a bicyclist. Bicycles and cyclists are treated nearly the same as motor vehicle drivers and are expected to know and follow any designated state, city, and local bicycling…

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How Long Can a Truck Driver Drive in Colorado?

The federal government highly regulates the trucking industry. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, is the “lead federal government agency responsible for regulating and providing safety oversight of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs).” It is the FMCSA’s mission to “reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities involving large trucks and buses.” To carry out this…

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The Pros and Cons of Dash Cams in Car Accident Claims

Dash cams are popular vehicle technology, but are they helpful for filming crashes? The following article explores the use of dash cams in Colorado and the evidentiary value of dash cam footage in Colorado car accidents.  If you have specific questions about dash cam footage and how it may be used as evidence in…

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