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April 2019 Archives

Studies find that Americans want safer roads

If you take just a short drive on any Colorado road, you will probably notice a number of dangerous driving behaviors. From speeding to distracted driving, people behind the wheel are often reckless and unconcerned with the potential consequences of their actions. Like many others, you may acknowledge the need for stronger and better-enforced driving laws. 

Drivers use cellphones despite distracted driving fears

Almost half of American drivers say that distracted driving is their top traffic safety worry, according to a new survey. However, many motorists throughout Colorado and across the U.S. continue to use cellphones while behind the wheel. The survey was conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Root Insurance, an insurance company that offers rate discounts to drivers who do not use their cellphones while driving.

Higher speed limits linked to rising road fatalities

Colorado is one of 41 states that have increased speed limits significantly since the federal government abolished the nationwide 55 mph top speed in 1995, and motorists there can drive at speeds of up to 75 mph on some stretches of road. However, allowing vehicles to travel this fast claims thousands of lives each year according to a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study. Researchers from the nonprofit croup analyzed accident fatality data gathered between 1993 and 2014, and they concluded that higher speed limits led to an additional 36,760 deaths.

Spinal cord injuries can affect the whole family

If you have a loved one who suffered a serious injury to his or her spine and that injury left him or her significantly impaired, you, your family and the injured individual may all be suffering in a number of ways. It is normal to think about how the injury may impact the victim. Fewer Colorado residents tend to think about how spinal cord injuries can affect family members, particularly those who become primary caregivers.

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