New Traction Requirements for I-70 are in Effect!

    Driving in the mountains on I-70 this winter may be a bit smoother, thanks to the recent update to Colorado’s state traction laws. In effect between September and May, drivers are required to equip 2-wheel-drive vehicles with all-season “M+S” or snow tires, or carry chains. Drivers caught without the proper traction on their tires face a fine, which jumps to $500 if the lack of traction results in a lane closure. Here’s to hoping this helps the wintertime mountain commute go a bit quicker! To read the full story posted by The Denver Posts’, The Know, Click HERE.

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