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30
Sep

10 Reasons You Don’t Need to Rent a Car for Your Holiday Vacation in Colorado

Colorado is a massive state that is filled with beauty and adventure—especially during the holiday season. People travel from all over the world to check out why Colorado is the #1 ski destination in North America, and enjoy the 300 days of sunshine. You would probably imagine needing to rent a car to get to...
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Road Work in Colorado
04
Jun

Colorado’s Summer Road Work and How to Avoid it While visiting the Rockies

Before we can talk about the dreaded summer road work, we have to talk about the famous Colorado Winter in the Rockies. The I-70 mountain corridor can see an average of 300 inches of snowfall every year. Also, average low temperatures can stay around 13F from October to April. You can imagine that much snowfall,...
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09
Feb

How Rental Cars Typically Fare in Bad Weather in Colorado

Can rental cars be a good option for bad weather in Colorado? They can be, but there are a few things you need to be informed about before you rent a car in Colorado in the winter. Don’t worry we get into all the nitty-gritty details of the laws, tires, all wheel drive and more....
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Winter Transportation in Colorado
06
Dec

How to Save Money on your Next Mountain Shuttle from Denver

Winter vacations in the mountains can truly be a dream. However, adding up the costs involved can be a nightmare. The good news is that you have come across a local Rocky Mountain resident who is willing to share the top tips on how to save money when visiting Colorado for a vacation. #1. BOOK...
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28
Jun

When do the Colorado Pass Roads Open?

By: Evan Dighe Driving through the high Rockies is an unforgettable experience for tourists and natives alike. Anybody who has been to the Colorado Rockies will tell you why Colorado is one of America’s top road tripping destination. Every summer, millions of people will come to enjoy the fantastic sights, sounds, and smells of the...
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Colorado Winter Driving
26
Feb

7 Steps to Avoiding Spring Traffic on Colorado’s I-70

Few places are as beautiful as Colorado is in the spring! As the snow starts to melt off the peaks and the rivers start flowing, the mountains become a sight that must be seen. Nothing is as enjoyable as going deep into Colorado’s nature in spring, and while there is plenty of nature for everybody,...
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26
Jan

Best Precautions to take for Snow Storm Travel in Colorado

Best Precautions to take for Snow Storm Travel in Colorado Traveling up to Summit County or Vail Valley the winter can be nerve-wracking, especially with how busy I-70 gets when the snow hits.  Everyone wants their taste of fresh powder on the weekends, but this causes back up on the interstate and winter driving conditions...
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24
Jan

Safety Tips for Car Rentals in Colorado

Everyone who flies into Denver International Airport and plans to head up into the mountains has to make the decision of what type of transportation to use. There are quite a few choices between shuttle companies, buses and, of course, car rentals. If you choose the latter here are a few tips for what to...
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14
Jan

Facts about Eisenhower and Johnson Tunnels

The Eisenhower and Johnson Tunnels are a rite-of-passage for anyone traveling I-70 through Colorado. Located 60 miles west of Denver on Interstate 70, the Eisenhower/Johnson Tunnel is the world’s highest vehicle tunnel. It stands at a height of 13’11” at an elevation of 11,155 feet. This does not include the 1,497 feet of earth above the...
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04
Jan

Why You Should Ditch the Car Rental this Year

Traveling in general can be overwhelming for some people. Having to remember all the little details can be almost too much to deal with, which is why the added stress of renting a car for your ski trip is a thing of the past. With the decreased popularity of car rentals and the increased popularity of...
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