The Colorado Department of Transportation is blaming drivers for a traffic tie-up over the weekend that left drivers fuming after being stuck in traffic for hours.
Now that Colorado is getting quite a drop in temperatures, it’s recommended drivers get their vehicles prepared for the winter.
The snow began falling hours before the sun came up Wednesday. The ground was still warm when the snow began to fall and it melted.
Too many accidents to count. That’s how one driver described the morning commute.
With a major arctic system headed our way this weekend it might be a good time to review winter travel safety tips.
It is a topic which I rarely get tired of discussing. Okay, by spring, I am over it. But every year, there are more interesting suggestions and tips to combat the ice and snow on the roads, and I am always fascinated.