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More Las Vegas Speeding Tickets, or non-Speeding

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More Las Vegas Speeding Tickets, or non-Speeding

Frankly, it is about time somebody put this bill forward. By “this bill” we mean a fine for driving too slowly. Now, regular readers of our blog might be somewhat surprised at the whole construction of the beginning of this blog. We are, of course, a site that helps people fight Las Vegas speeding tickets online. We deal with people who are in trouble for going too fast. Therefore it might be surprising to hear us say (or write, as the case may be) that we are glad to see potentially people being fined for going too slowly. Normally that would not be something that our clients especially would be happy to hear about in the abstract: additional traffic fines. But let us face it: most of our clients are not going too slowly. By and large, we believe it would be fair to say that they would be irritated by those left lane campers, those people clogging up traffic. So, perhaps you can understand our interest in this bill. We will give you more info on it in a moment. But first, let us remind you that we at 24hourticketpower.com help our clients fight all kinds of Las Vegas speeding tickets online. We help no matter the ticket, no matter the reason, we get clients the best possible outcome for their Las Vegas speeding ticket. Click n fix your ticket today with 24hourticketpower.com.

Here’s info on the bill on speeding in Nevada:

Legislative Counsel’s Digest:

1 Under existing law, a driver operating a motor vehicle at a speed so slow as to

2 impede the forward movement of traffic proceeding immediately behind the driver

3 on a highway with two or more lanes for traffic traveling in the same direction must

4 drive in the extreme right-hand lane of the highway. (NRS 484B.627) Section 1 of

5 this bill amends existing law by providing that a driver on a highway with two or

6 more lanes for traffic traveling in the same direction may not continue to operate a

7 motor vehicle in the extreme left-hand lane of the highway if the driver knows, or

8 reasonably should know, that he or she is being overtaken in that lane from the rear

9 by a motor vehicle traveling at a higher rate of speed. Exceptions are provided for:

10 (1) a vehicle in the extreme left-hand lane for the purpose of overtaking another

11 vehicle or preparing for a left turn; (2) a vehicle lawfully operating in a lane

12 designated for high-occupancy vehicles; (3) a vehicle engaged in the construction,

13 maintenance or repair of the highway; (4) when traffic conditions, inclement

14 weather, obstructions, hazards or compliance with an official traffic control device

15 or the directions of a peace officer make it necessary to drive in the extreme left-

16 hand lane; and (5) an authorized emergency vehicle in the course of his or her

17 official duties. A violation of the prohibition is a misdemeanor, and a violator must

18 be punished: (1) for the first offense within the immediately preceding 7 years, by a

19 fine of $50; (2) for a second offense within the immediately preceding 7 years, by a

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20 fine of $100; and (3) for a third or subsequent offense within the immediately

21 preceding 7 years, by a fine of $250.

22 Section 2 of this bill requires the Department of Transportation, for not less

23 than 2 years after July 1, 2017, to use reasonable means, including public service

24 announcements, to notify and advise the public of the requirements of this new

25 traffic law. Section 2 also requires the Department to prioritize the highways in this

26 State which have two or more clearly marked lanes for traveling in the same

27 direction based on the extent to which the effect of the requirements of this new

28 traffic law will have on traffic safety and maintaining the free flow of traffic, and

29 then, in priority order, as money becomes available for that purpose, to erect

30 advisory signs at reasonable intervals along those highways to advise drivers of the

31 requirements of this new traffic law

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