Governor signs bill requiring extended salvage disclosure on cars
DENVER -- Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a new bill into law Friday that requires a more extensive history report on cars that have been wrecked and repaired to drive-able be made available to consumers, according to the Denver Business Journal. Prior to this legislation, the law only required vehicles less than six years old to have a salvage brand on their title if they had been totaled in an accident and then rebuilt to return to the roads.