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Is Lane Splitting Against the Law in Colorado?
Is Lane Splitting Against the Law in Colorado?

When it comes to traffic jams, many motorcyclists ride between lanes over the dashed white line to pass slowed to stopped vehicles on roads and highways. This is commonly known as “lane splitting.” However, lane splitting is against the law in Colorado. In fact, the only ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Colorado’s New Traction Law

    Colorado’s new traction law went into effect on September 1, 2019, requiring all drivers traveling on Interstate 70 between Dotsero and Morrison—as ...

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  • Hate Crimes in Colorado

    In recent years, hate crimes—also known as bias-motivated crimes—have become more prevalent. According to a report by the Federal Bureau of ...

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  • Ban-the-Box Law in Colorado Goes into Effect on September 1, 2019

    On September 1, 2019, Colorado’s ban-the-box law will take effect, essentially removing job barriers for individuals with criminal records and giving ...

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  • Driver’s License Point System in Colorado

    Every time you receive a traffic citation or commit a vehicle-related offense, each conviction is reported to the Colorado DMV. The state’s license ...

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    Earlier this month, a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a motorist driving solo in the carpool lane on Interstate 15. The driver of the ...

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  • What Fireworks are Illegal in Colorado?

    The Fourth of July is just around the corner. While we celebrate the United State’s independence from British rule, millions of Americans will be ...

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  • Governor Polis Signs Several Criminal Justice Reform Bills into Law

    At the end of May, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed multiple new bills that are geared toward criminal justice reform. These new laws—now immediately ...

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  • State-by-State Criminal Background Checks for Canadian Immigration

    You may wish to enter Canada for several reasons: work, school, or simply to visit. However, beware that if you have a criminal record, you could be ...

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  • The Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause

    To stop a person for questioning, perform a search or seizure, or make an arrest, law enforcement must establish reasonable suspicion and probable ...

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