Colorado on Verge of Danger When it Comes to Vehicle Safety Laws

When it comes to vehicle safety laws, Colorado barely received a "Caution" grade of 7 out of 16 in a report by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.

That score is only one point above the "Danger" grade in the report, which says the state needs improvements because of gaps in suggested laws.

Colorado was dinged for not having a primary seat belt law, and being laidback when it comes to teen drivers, child protection systems, and seat belt enforcement.