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Will Uber Drivers Increase Las Vegas Speeding Tickets?

By | 2015-07-25T21:49:37-07:00 July 25th, 2015|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

As Uber comes to Las Vegas, will Las Vegas speeding tickets increase? As Uber and Lyft prepare to descend on Southern Nevada, the additional cars on the road and drivers looking to make more and more fares on their shift, speeding and the resulting tickets are bound to increase. The large amounts of cash promised to drivers by the ride sharing firms should only compound the Las Vegas speeding tickets and increased danger on Southern Nevada roads. Drivers are even incentivized to drive long hours by Uber’s promise of 100% of all fares when drivers are on the road for over 30 hours. Drivers to get the 100% bonus must also drive during the most trafficked hours and pick up 90% of those passengers to which they are assigned. Many Uber drivers complain that the fees taken by the company, 20% of cash earned and $1 for each fare picked up make driving for the company an almost futile enterprise when gasoline, taxes, wear and tear on the automobile and insurance are factored in. The heat of Las Vegas can also make driving for Uber less of a positive financial experience for drivers because the heat can cause engines to [...]

Routine Las Vegas Speeding Traffic Stop Ends In Tragedy

By | 2015-07-20T09:34:33-07:00 July 20th, 2015|Categories: General Ticket Info, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

On July 15th Las Vegas police release video taken from a camera on a police officer. The video, of an incident which started with a routine speeding in Las Vegas traffic stop, ended in a deadly shooting. The Clark County excessive speed traffic stop happened on Friday, July 10th. The officer for the Las Vegas police pulled over a car on W. Sahara Ave in the vicinity of Lindell Rd. As the stop continued, the man in the car, James Todora, flatly refused to exit his car. In the process, Mr. Todora also grabbed a pistol. Mr. Todora pointed the weapon at the head of Police officer, but with no bullet in the gun’s chamber, the weapon did not fire. Another officer for the Las Vegas police was on the scene and immediately fired on and killed Mr. Todora. Another police officer at the scene was injured when a bullet grazed him. The bullet is alleged to have been fired by Mr. Todora. All Metro police officers in Las Vegas who start after July 2015 will be issued and be required to wear and have on the new body cameras. Police are required to turn on their cameras any time [...]

Residential Neighborhood and Las Vegas Police Take Unique Approach To Reducing Speeding In Las Vegas

By | 2015-07-03T15:17:42-07:00 July 3rd, 2015|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Las Vegas police and traffic authorities are always working to reduce speeding in Southern Nevada. This is especially true in residential neighborhoods. Many residential neighborhoods can have streets that connect freeway exits or that provide quicker, shorter routes than larger, more traveled streets and roads. When motorists take these shortcuts through residential neighborhoods, they often travel at high speeds - and endanger those living in those neighborhoods including children, the elderly, pets, pedestrians and bicyclists. The increased traffic and resulting potential for accidents also negatively impacts home values in those neighborhoods deemed as shortcuts. There are a number of solutions municipalities have used to reduce the ability for motorists to speed through neighborhoods on roads not intended for the traffic levels that come about once shortcuts are discovered. The solutions include increased police presence, lower residential speed limits, traffic calming installations like traffic islands, speed bumps and speed humps. One Las Vegas neighborhood that suffered from Las Vegas excessive speed problems had nearby traffic inlets changed. The neighborhood which is situated in the middle of Ann Rd, the 215 Beltway and Interstate 95 was experiencing significant traffic as people took the shortcut to get to different highways, a local Home [...]

Increased Speeding Enforcement Scheduled In Henderson and Las Vegas

By | 2015-06-05T12:35:26-07:00 June 5th, 2015|Categories: Careless Driving, Distraction on the Road: Texting, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

As the summer begins, area police departments are increasing the enforcement of speeding in Las Vegas for the first three weeks of June. Drivers in Southern Nevada are now being targeted by saturation patrols, in neighborhoods and streets where excessive speed in Clark County complaints are high. Flouting the speed limit is said to be the cause of over 30% of all fatal automobile crashes in the US. This statistic was provided by the United States Highway Safety administration. To fund the speeding abatement effort, the city of Henderson was awarded a grant of just over $107,000. The grant was from the Joining Forces grant program from the State of Nevada. Deputies of the Sheriff of Douglas County are working with the sheriff’s department of Lyon County are also increasing enforcement of traffic infractions with funding from a Joining Forces grant as well. The dual county effort will be targeting those who jaywalk, roll through stop signs, distracted drivers and those who are speeding. The increased law enforcement presence will begin Monday, June 8th and continue through June 21st. The law enforcement effort is intended to increase the safety of pedestrians, passengers and those operating motor vehicles as the infractions [...]

N. Las Vegas Holds Speeding Abatement Event

By | 2015-05-25T12:49:19-07:00 May 25th, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

A N. Las Vegas traffic enforcement effort took place just at the start of the Memorial Day weekend. 200 people were stopped for traffic violations at the Craig Rd. The Southern Nevada speeding ticket event was jointly funded by the United States Transportation Agency and the State of Nevada’s Department of Transportation via the Joining Forces grant program. Police stopped 226 automobiles and wrote 239 tickets. Warnings were given to 118 drivers. Excessive speed in Las Vegas citations were given too 100 drivers. In 2015, 10 speeding enforcement events have been held. The events are used to mitigate driving without a seatbelt, increasing pedestrian safety, reducing speeding, curbing distracted driving and cell phone use while driving and finally catching those who are driving while intoxicated. The Joining Forces grant program began in 2001 to create highly visible traffic enforcement efforts of seatbelt laws, DUIs, child safety seat use, speeding, pedestrian safety and even distracted driving. The police departments and officers who are chosen to participate in these programs have shown particular interest and skill in traffic safety ticketing. The Silver State has even received national awards for the degree of coordination between state and local governments through the program. The [...]

174 Get Speeding Tickets In Henderson Speeding Enforcement Program

By | 2015-05-19T14:48:41-07:00 May 19th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

Local police departments have been increasing citations for speeding in Southern Nevada. For example, almost 275 drivers in Henderson were stopped by Henderson police in an increased enforcement effort beginning April 30th and ending May 10th. The increased traffic enforcement was funded by a Joining Forces grant and was the ninth on in Southern Nevada in 2015. Of those approximately 275 people stopped, 174 were ticketed for exceeding the speed limit in Clark County. Five more tickets were written for not wearing a seatbelt while driving. Another five people received citations for running through a red light. 14 Nevadans were ticketed for using a cell phone while driving, although the breakdown of whether these were first, second or third offenses was not provided. 8 people had license plates that had expired and were ticketed for driving with out of date registrations. Finally, 33 got tickets for not having car insurance to indemnify them financially against a Las Vegas automobile accident. The State of Nevada’s Joining Forces grant funded the Henderson speeding ticket effort. The increased enforcement cost nearly $110,000. The grant money paid for additional officer overtime and consumables used in the traffic enforcement effort. The joining forces grant was [...]

Almost 300 Southern Nevada Traffic Infractions for 2015 Laughlin River Run

By | 2015-04-28T17:00:03-07:00 April 28th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

The Laughlin River Race is a motorcycle rally that heads from Las Vegas to Laughlin, NV in the late days of April - 4/22 t0 4/26. The 4-day motorcycle rally travels on route 66, a historic highway that travels through the southern portions of the Silver State. The event is also marked in Laughlin with a number of events and concerts, with heavy metal and classic rock groups like ZZ Top, Slaughter, Foghat and former members of The Guess Who. There are also many motorcycles on display for folks to tour through. The event receives sponsorship by the Silver State’s tourism board, the city of Laughlin, the American motorcycle association and more. From their website, you can also book hotel rooms and even register for a number of festival’s featured events. The event, which includes a 90-mile motorcycle rally ride from Las Vegas to Laughlin, is in the 33rd year. During the event, almost 300 tickets were written. These were for numerous types of traffic violations including speeding in Las Vegas, driving while intoxicated in Southern Nevada and even a few citations were written for use of a cell phone while driving. Even a motorcycle was stolen during the event. [...]

Las Vegas Area Police Department Accused of Fixing Tickets for Family and Friends

By | 2015-03-24T12:45:24-07:00 March 24th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

An audit of police ticket revenue by a local Las Vegas area municipality shows that officers for the city, Henderson, repeatedly fixed Southern Nevada speeding tickets for friends and family. When they fixed the tickets, the police officers wrote simply “In the case of justice” on the tickets so they were allowed to be unpaid. The Henderson speeding ticket fixing scheme lasted until the end of September last year and started in October 2012. A total of 171 tickets for exceeding the speed limit in Clark County and other offenses were fixed by Henderson police officers during the two years. Of the 171 tickets,nearly 100 had been previously submitted to Clark County traffic court before they were fixed by Henderson police. Unfortunately, most people in Southern Nevada do not have a relative or friend that is a member of a local police department to fix a ticket for them. If you want to fight or fix your ticket, however, log onto 24hourticketpower.com to fight or fix your ticket online, without any long time consuming trips to Clark County traffic court. From our online ticket fixing website, you can easily dispose of your ticket from the comfort of home or your [...]

Nevada Senator Proposed Bill To Raise Las Vegas Speed Limit

By | 2015-03-11T16:38:55-07:00 March 11th, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

The NV state Senator from Sparks, Don Gustavson, yesterday pitched a bill in the Nevada Senate Committee on Transportation to raise the maximum state speed limit to 85 miles per hour. The current maximum speed limit in Nevada is 75 mph. The maximum speed limit is applied in areas with low population density and with low highway traffic – and is general not applicable in the denser populated areas of the Silver State, Las Vegas and Reno/Sparks municipality. The bill must still overcome a number of legislative hurdles before becoming a law including passage through the Senate transportation committee and the Nevada Senate. The bill would then be introduced in the Nevada Assembly Transportation committee where it would again be debated and as in yesterday’s Senate transportation committee, the bill would then come up for public comment. After passing the Assembly Transportation committee, the bill would then go up before a vote before the Nevada Assembly. Once passed this legislative body, if any differences exist between the Senate and Assembly versions of the bill, it would then be heard by a conference committee of the Assembly and the Senate. That committee would negotiate the differences and then the revised, agreed [...]

Las Vegas Residential Neighborhoods Complain of More People Speeding

By | 2014-12-27T17:02:45-07:00 December 27th, 2014|Categories: General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Las Vegas residential residents are up in arms about speeders tearing through their neighborhoods in cars and motorcycles. Many residents have begun to voice concerns about Las Vegas speeding as Google’s new smartphone application, WAZE re-routs drivers from heavily travelled and congested highways and main thoroughfares to residential roads as short cuts to a destination. The application, available on ever ubiquitous smartphones like iPhones, Android devices and Windows OS powered handhelds crowd sources not only traffic patterns and alternate routes but even a community’s cheapest gasoline prices. The WAZE app can also help you should your intended route be closed due to a natural disaster, Clark County automobile accident or event/date specific road closure. Other Las Vegas residents have begun to decry the use of “pocket bikes” and their use while speeding through neighborhoods. Pocket bikes are small versions of normal motorcycles, equipped with engines as large as 47 cubic centimeters. These powerful mini bikes are capable of reaching speeds of up to 50 miles per hour, are normally priced at approximately $300 and can be driven by children as young as 8 years old. Manufacturers and retailers of the mini motor bikes stress that children should use the motorcycles [...]

Turkey Involved in Las Vegas Speeding Ticket Operation

By | 2014-11-28T22:49:51-07:00 November 28th, 2014|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , , |

A recent operation by the Las Vegas Metro Police Department netted quite a number of traffic citations. The tickets included Las Vegas speeding tickets, failure to stop for pedestrians in marked crosswalks, and a number of other citations like seatbelt violations, insurance and license issues, and the like. This is the second annual operation of this kind by the Las Vegas Metropolitan police department, and it is anything but ordinary. Specifically, and officer crosses the street – in a marked crosswalk and in broad daylight – in a sparkly turkey suit. That’s right: a turkey suit. As a side note, you have to feel a little sorry for the officer who drew the straw to have to take on this duty. Officer Michael Lemley is who had that honor this year. For four hours he walked back and forth across a particularly dangerous crosswalk – a dangerous enough duty in and of itself – dressed in a shiny turkey outfit. He even had a code name of sorts: Butter Ball 1. On his first trip across the street at eight in the morning someone had to brake so hard they smoked their tires as rubber burned during their stop to [...]

Causes of Speeding Tickets in Las Vegas

By | 2014-09-28T00:58:35-07:00 September 28th, 2014|Categories: Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

An article we were recently reading on Las Vegas and its transportation options really got us thinking. While not specifically about speeding tickets in Las Vegas, the article made us think about speeding tickets really come about, the two main ways. We’ve seen a lot of Las Vegas speeding tickets that we’ve handled for our customers online, and they fall into two broad categories: people who quite honestly are a little bit (to a lot of bits) leaden footed by nature, and people who are more pushed into it by circumstances. And that’s where this article comes in. The article is all about the choices we make every day about how we are going to get places. For most people in Las Vegas the options are relatively slim, and the transportation challenges highlighted by recent road closures for weather, work, accidents, and other reasons. Lacking in much public transportation or many walkable neighborhoods, most workers are forced to drive to work and others forced to drive on their daily life errands, excursions and journeys. When these big and especially unforeseen road closures pop up, that can make a number of normally punctual people unexpectedly late. And that can lead seriously [...]

Creative Way to Avoid Las Vegas Speeding Tickets

By | 2014-05-11T23:45:02-07:00 May 11th, 2014|Categories: Local News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , |

We read a really fascinating article recently in the Los Angeles Times about a performer in our very own Las Vegas. This is a little bit of a departure from our usual articles on Las Vegas speeding tickets, DUIs and other types of traffic tickets, but bear with us and you will see the nexus. To telegraph the punch a little bit: this gentlemen has a particular way of getting out of Clark County traffic tickets, though a way that is unfortunately not available to the general public – you’ll have to use 24hourticketpower.com to fight your Las Vegas speeding ticket online. But we’ll get back to that. This particular gentleman, Joe Vento is his name, plays at the Royal Resort. He’s a piano player, but that descriptor hardly does him justice. He’s a performer, and, at 95, has played with many of the most famous names around, names that put Las Vegas on the entertainment map. He is a type of freelance jazz pianist and entertainer. According to this article on him and his truly Las Vegas history, he still makes money from all the performances he’s done as a studio musician on lots of famous old tunes, many well [...]

Seat Belt and Speeding Tickets Issued in North Las Vegas with Click It or Ticket Campaign

By | 2013-12-11T00:00:50-07:00 December 11th, 2013|Categories: Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

If it feels like police are out to get you and issue you a speeding ticket in North Las Vegas, or any other type of traffic citation, it’s because they are. There is a national campaign that local law enforcement is taking part in focused primarily on giving tickets for seat belt violations in Southern Nevada, Click It or Ticket is the name of it. You’ve probably seen the billboards or ads on television, radio, and online. But like any campaign along these lines, where police are focused on any one particular thing like seatbelts or speeding or red light violations in Clark County, they often end up catching any number of other traffic violations, big or small. It’s only natural, we supposed, that if you’re in a state of heightened vigilance for one thing you’re more likely to catch other things, as well. If you’ve been given a speeding ticket in Las Vegas and want to fight it online visit 24hourticketpower.com – we can help. The national Click It or Ticket program ended today. That is not to say that you’ll be free to drive too fast or without a seat belt or any other illegal way starting tomorrow, [...]

I-11 May Mean More Speeding Tickets in Southern Nevada

By | 2013-10-18T02:42:44-07:00 October 18th, 2013|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Exciting news has been percolating in our area of the country. For a long time, it has been hard for residents of Phoenix to get to Las Vegas, and vice versa, and hard for residents of Las Vegas to get to Reno, and vice versa. And of course, harder still for people or business like commercial trucks to get to points farther away but through the routes between any of those cities, given that there is not an effective highway system between those places, nor a true interstate system at all. Las Vegas and Phoenix, in fact, are the two largest neighboring cities in the United States that are not connected by a true interstate. Residents and businesses have longed for this connection for a long time. But beware: new interstate can mean more open and wide roadway between far away destinations, which can mean more speeding tickets in Southern Nevada. Who knows what the speed limits will even be on the proposed interstate, given that it will pass through some fairly desolate and straight-away areas. Sometimes, the higher the limit, the easier it is to let a lead foot get away from you. If you’re given a speeding ticket [...]

Las Vegas Police Resort to Unmarked Vehicles to Reduce Las Vegas Speeding

By | 2013-03-10T20:07:05-07:00 March 10th, 2013|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

A new strategy is being used by Las Vegas area police departments to catch speeders across Southern Nevada. Police and Southern Nevada safety agencies are hoping that with the increased ticketing for speeding in Las Vegas, area drivers will slow down and 2013’s near record rate of Las Vegas automobile accidents will slow down to more acceptable levels. The goal is to make Las Vegas roads safer for everyone. If you have received a ticket for speeding in Las Vegas, log onto 24hourticketpower.com to fight or fix your ticket online. By using 24hourticketpower.com you can bypass the lines at Clark County traffic court and not waste a day off work waiting in lines. One of the new Las Vegas police anti-speeding tactics is to park what looks like a disabled pick-up truck on the side of the road. While drivers might think that the truck on the side of the road has a flat tire, in fact, there is a police officer with a radar gun tracking drivers who are exceeding the speed limit. Police tactics vary with the use of unmarked cars like the pick-up truck on the side of the highway. Often, the police officer with the radar [...]

Near Record Las Vegas Traffic Fatalities Spurs Increase Ticketing For Speeding, DUI and More

By | 2013-01-12T23:00:42-07:00 January 12th, 2013|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, Las Vegas Legal News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

While much has been written about the rash of Las Vegas pedestrian injuries in 2012, there is another grim traffic statistic from 2012 that illustrated just how dangerous the roads and highways across Clark County have become. In 2012, Clark County saw an increase of 45% in highway fatalities, with an increase of 170 in 2012 compared to 2011’s total of 117. These high accident totals in Las Vegas also increased the Silver State’s pedestrian fatality numbers by 5%, growing them from 246 Nevada road deaths in 2011 to 258 traffic deaths in 2012. Police are warning all drivers to drive safely, pay attention to roads, not drink and drive or drive impaired by any other substance other than alcohol and drive without speeding in Las Vegas. To combat the rise in fatalities, Las Vegas area transit agencies, police departments, hospitals, healthcare organizations, car insurance companies and even non-profits are taking steps to help reduce the number of traffic fatalities in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas Metro’s chief of police is requesting a 2.5% increase in sales taxes to go directly to law enforcement. The extra money will put more police officers on Las Vegas and Clark County streets ensure that [...]

Las Vegas Police Increase Patrols In Clark County School Zones

By | 2013-01-07T18:45:48-07:00 January 7th, 2013|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

As thousands of Clark County High School and Primary school students returned to classes this week after the winter holiday break, area police departments increased their law enforcement presence in and around school zones in Southern Nevada. In the interest of reducing the number of Las Vegas pedestrian fatalities, police are also ticketing anyone they see jaywalking during their start of school show of force. In response to the over 80% increase in Las Vegas pedestrian fatalities in 2012, local police departments and road safety agencies have increased patrols and are using more and more creative strategies to reduce the number of Las Vegas pedestrian deaths in 2013. Since children can be so unpredictable, police are working hard to keep Southern Nevada speeding in school zones as low as possible. If you have been ticketed for speeding in Las Vegas, log onto 24hourticketpower.com today to fight or fix your ticket online, without costly and time consuming trips to Las Vegas traffic court. The majority of infractions that occur in school zones happen when parents are dropping their sons and daughters off for classes. Parents who are late for their jobs are often apt to speed through a school zone or [...]

Las Vegas Metro Police Increasing Traffic Enforcement November 19th

By | 2012-12-03T20:21:04-07:00 December 3rd, 2012|Categories: DUI, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Nearly everyone speeds when they are driving – even the most careful drivers. Occasionally, everyone loses their concentration on the road, distracted by passengers, the radio, their lunch, and even though it was made illegal to do so in the 2011 legislative session, their cellphones. With the holidays and the fact that 120 people have died in vehicle related accidents in 2012 in Clark County, the Las Vegas Metro Police are increasing their patrols on Las Vegas highways and streets starting November 19th.   The increased police patrols could result in up to three Las Vegas Metro Police or Nevada Highway Patrol cruisers and motorcycles in any two miles of Las Vegas highway. If you have been ticketed for speeding in Las Vegas, log onto 24hourticketpower.com to fight or fix your ticket today. Las Vegas police are citing a number of studies that show that with increased police presence on highways an streets traffic accidents and fatalities decline. Las Vegas police are convinced that the decline in holiday accidents and fatalities was directly due to their increased presence on the roads in conjunction with Nevada Highway patrol and other local police forces. IF you have been ticketed for speeding in Clark [...]

Las Vegas Police Increase Enforcement of Crosswalk Laws

By | 2012-11-24T20:32:10-07:00 November 24th, 2012|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Each holiday Las Vegas area police departments increase DUI enforcement to reduce the number of Las Vegas intoxicated drivers on our streets and highways. Often these increased DUI patrols and checkpoints can help to reduce the number of Las Vegas traffic fatalities associated with the holidays. In addition, in an effort to reduce speeding, and increase road safety and pedestrian awareness, Las Vegas metro Police officers take to heavily trafficked intersections dressed up as characters from the upcoming holiday. On Wednesday Las Vegas policeman Gideon Solomon repeatedly crossed Charleston Blvd and Burnham Ave. If you have been ticketed for a Nevada driving infraction like disobeying a cross walk, log onto 24hourticketpower.com today to fight or fix your ticket online. In addition, Sgt. Chris Curtis, another officer dressed in a large black afro wig also repeatedly crossed the intersection. Some motorists saw the two costumed police officers with plenty of time to stop, others had to stop abruptly. At one point Officer Solomon was nearly hit by a speeding motorist. The two officers in costume were not the only ones at work at the intersection of Charleston and Burnham. Six Las Vegas traffic officers were mounted on motorcycles and pulled over [...]