Colorado Defensive Driving

Drivers in Colorado can improve safety, avoid accidents, and become better drivers with defensive driving courses. Colorado drivers may enroll in a defensive driving course to fulfill a requirement of the court, earn a discount on insurance premiums, or simply learn how to become a better, safer driver. Unlike many other states, Colorado does not have a statewide program that … Read More

Colorado Springs Defensive Driving

Colorado Springs drivers have it relatively easy. The city was ranked America’s 16th safest city to drive in according to the Allstate America’s Best Drivers report. Despite the potential for rain and snow as well as population density, drivers in Colorado Springs are simply less likely to get into an accident than drivers in many other American cities. Of course, even in … Read More

Denver Defensive Driving

Colorado drivers are about average for danger, 26th in a ranking of the worst driving states in America. But Colorado is ranked 45th in obeying traffic signals and wearing seat belts, making Denver drivers slightly more hazardous than others. Add in brutal winter weather with snow and ice, and driving in Denver can be very dangerous. But no matter the driving conditions … Read More

Aurora Defensive Driving

A suburb of Denver, Aurora is a tough spot for driving. Aurora has the worst drivers in Colorado and is ranked the 129th safest driving city out of 200 American cities. And it only gets worse, as Aurora dropped from a ranking of 118 last year. Aurora’s population density, rain, and snow make driving in Aurora dangerous. Drivers are 20 percent more … Read More