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Review Your Auto Insurance Policy

By stladmin on May 29, 2019

If you drive a vehicle in Wyoming, you need auto insurance to satisfy your lender, protect your assets, and comply with state minimum liability insurance requirements. It is highly recommended that you review your auto policy on a regular basis to ensure you have the protection you need. The minimum coverage required by law is usually not enough for most people.

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Let’s Talk Seatbelt Statistics (and Safety)

By stladmin on March 25, 2019

Most of us understand the importance of seatbelts. In fact, 90% of Americans do wear seatbelts every time they take a ride. Unfortunately, that leaves 27.5 million people who don’t. That’s a startling fact, considering that the simple act of buckling up is the best way to ensure your safety in the event of a car accident.

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How Safe Is Your Rideshare Driver?

By stladmin on February 27, 2019

Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft are a cheap and convenient way to get around town, but how safe are they—really? One of the first things we are taught, as children, is to never get into a stranger’s car. But, isn’t that, essentially, what you’re doing when you get a ride from an Uber or Lyft driver?

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Livestock Accidents (and the Law) in Wyoming

By stladmin on May 31, 2018

Take just a short drive around Wyoming and you’ll see that it’s definitely a farming state. Cows are grazing not too far from public roadways, horses are hanging out in fields, and fuzzy sheep are enjoying Wyoming’s beautiful weather, particularly in the spring and summer months. But while all this livestock is definitely interesting to watch, there are times when they cause trouble for us on the road.

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What Can Be Done About Wyoming’s Most Dangerous Intersections?

By stladmin on May 17, 2018

We’ve all encountered intersections that are clearly more prone to accidents than others. Data from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently identified the most dangerous intersections in each of the U.S. states, and it determined that where Central Avenue crosses Yellowstone Road in Cheyenne was the single most dangerous intersection in Wyoming. It appears that the second most dangerous intersection is where Dell Range Boulevard crosses Converse Avenue, also in Cheyenne.

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The Dangers of Road Rage

By stladmin on March 20, 2018

Road rage is a major concern on American roads nowadays. Most people have been angered by the actions of other drivers at some time or other. In these instances, how we react may determine whether it develops into a road-rage scenario.

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The Most Common Vehicle Accidents in Wyoming

By stladmin on March 9, 2018

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 6 million vehicle accidents occur each year in the U.S. In Wyoming, our population is approximately 585,000, and last year there were 1,112 traffic fatalities out of 13,846 crashes.

Here, we will discuss the most common types of accidents that occur within the state and some of the ways to prevent them.

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Wyoming Named Worst State for Winter Driving

By stladmin on February 21, 2018

Using statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration from 2016, independent review website SafeWise declared the Cowboy State to be the most dangerous for winter driving. And it’s not surprising why. Wyoming ranks number two in annual snowfall, just behind New York State. Plus, our state has a lot of square miles and the smallest population in the U.S. So, we Wyomingites do a lot of driving—regardless of the weather.

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