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Colorado Cracking Down on Denver Operators with No Insurance

LCT Staff
Posted on January 3, 2007

DENVER — Dozens of limousine companies in the Denver metro area have had their permits revoked by state regulators for lacking proof of insurance and other required records. However, a handful of companies without insurance continue to operate, and their customers could be without coverage if involved in a crash, said a spokesman for Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission.

Operating a limousine service without a valid permit can result in a fine of up to $1,000 a day. The fine can be up to $11,000 a day for operating without insurance.

Source: Denver Post

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