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- The Colorado Ignition Interlock Program As Of January 1, 2014
The law in Colorado offers an incentive to certain drivers who have been determined by the Colorado Department of Revenue to have been driving under the influence of alcohol, with a test revealing a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 or higher at the time of the offense, to receive an early reinstatement of their driver’s license when they agree to install an “ignition interlock device” on their vehicle.
- Suspension of a Colorado Driver’s License After a DUI
Under Colorado law, driving a motor vehicle is considered a privilege and not a right. This means an individual’s privilege to drive may be taken away for a period of time by the Colorado Department of Revenue – Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) through an administrative determination.
- You’re Going the Wrong Way! - Why Wrong Way Driving Happens
While cities and states should obviously work to improve signs and barriers around any areas that have been a problem site for wrong way accidents, it seems clear that the best way to stop wrong way accidents is to stop drunk driving.
- Are Radar Detectors Illegal in My State?
Designed to alert drivers when a radar gun is being deployed in their area, radar detectors help protect drivers from getting pulled over, and consequently, getting a speeding ticket. In some cases, this gives drivers the confidence to drive faster than the speed limit allows. Since radar detectors make drivers feel they’re above (or faster than) the law, they’re quite controversial. Their morality and legality have been debated for many years, and they remain a divisive issue today.
- Dallas Traffic Ticket Warrants Lifted
Dallas Municipal Court is renowned for their ability to issue active arrest warrants almost immediately after an appearance date or payment has been missed. As soon as the grace period passes, you can bet that a Dallas arrest warrant is soon to follow. Once a warrant has been lifted there are a few ground rules you need to know in order to avoid making a bad situation worse.
- Understanding Careless and Reckless Driving in Colorado
When discussing unsafe driving in the context of traffic accidents, the lines between criminal and civil liability can often get blurred. The purpose of this article is assist readers in understanding both the criminal and civil legal issues that can arise from a Colorado traffic accident.
- Texting while Driving Laws in Texas
Learn about Texas state laws regarding texting behind the wheel.
- Back to School Safety: Tips for Preparation and Prevention
Going back to school may be routine for some, and a fresh, exciting adventure for new students and parents, but everyone can use a refresher in back to school safety tips for on the road.
- How to Fight a Traffic Ticket
You have been pulled over but you are not sure why. You do not think you did anything wrong, but you get a ticket anyway. How do you fight it?
- Is a Bicyclist a Driver or a Pedestrian?
Have you ever seen a bike rider in the street blocking traffic and wondered whether that was even legal? Or maybe a bicyclist caused you to have a car accident by riding recklessly in traffic and you are wondering whether they will be considered a car or a pedestrian for purposes of attributing fault? Unfortunately, the answer can be complicated and depend on where you are.