Texting And Driving
New pictures released by the Colorado State Patrol show the dangers of distracted driving.
Denver police on Monday took time to remind the public about pedestrian and driver safety.
Teens took a test at school today, but this wasn’t one for their report cards, this test showed them the dangers of texting and driving.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has teamed up with the Colorado State Patrol to step up an effort to end distracted driving.
The Colorado State Patrol and the Colorado Department of Transportation hoping red nail polish on drivers’ right thumbnails will remind them to put their phones down while on the road.
Texting and driving is illegal in Colorado but many drivers continue to break the law while behind the wheel. Law enforcement will be cracking down on drivers who continue with the dangerous habit beginning next week.
Currently in Colorado drivers can be ticketed for texting and driving. Now some lawmakers want to make it easier to punish drivers talking on their cellphones – mainly drivers who don’t use hands-free devices.
The parents of a college student from Greeley who was killed while texting and driving don’t want others to make the same mistake.
Police in Denver are planning an awareness campaign after a string of people getting hit by cars, including some fatal hit-and-runs.