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The Law on Cell Phones Driving and Traffic Tickets

By | 2016-07-25T23:15:31-07:00 July 25th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , |

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the laws around Nevada cell phone tickets. This is a relatively new area of law, as far as laws go, having been on the books only since 2011. There are some gems buried in there, but one of the big ones is what is not in there. There is no particular carve out for using your cell phone while stopped at a traffic light. Remember that, as you make your way around the valley, and contact if you get a Nevada cell phone ticket. This is typically a Nevada distracted driving ticket which you can fight online with Our easy to use online system has everything you need. NRS 484B.165  Using handheld wireless communications device to type or enter text, send or read data, engage in nonvoice communication or engage in voice communications without use of hands-free device unlawful; exceptions; penalty; additional penalty for violation in work zone or pedestrian safety zone. 1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, a person shall not, while operating a motor vehicle on a highway in this State: (a) Manually type or enter text into a cellular telephone or other handheld wireless communications device, or send or read [...]

Cell Phone Ticket in Nevada — Distracted Driving

By | 2016-07-23T01:36:15-07:00 July 23rd, 2016|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting|Tags: , |

Distracted Driving is the name of the most recent gain for a current enforcement focus that the Nevada Highway Patrol is presently in the midst of. In pushing out press info on this program, spokespeople for the highway patrol discussed the first day’s haul of 90 tickets written for distracted driving in Nevada. That’s a whole lot of people’s days just really sent in a very different direction than they were likely hoping. We certainly understand the need for police action to curb the number of nasty car crashes on Nevada’s highways, we prefer to fight for the people who are given tickets and to help them fight Clark County distracted driving citations online. One thing that the spokesperson highlighted that may not be widely known is that smart watches can get you that same cell phone ticket if you’re dialing or really using it at all. They are all the same thing: a Nevada distracted driving violation. And even if they didn’t, it would be a moot point as the spokesperson mentioned that it is treated like a cellular device in their eyes anyway. The spokesperson, by the way, is one Jason Buratczuk, a trooper with the NHP. Beyond [...]

Las Vegas Area Police Increase Enforcement of Nevada Cell Phone While Driving Laws

By | 2015-02-26T13:37:58-07:00 February 26th, 2015|Categories: Careless Driving, Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI|Tags: , , , , |

Cell phones, tablets and even wearable devices like Google Glass and the upcoming Apple iWatch have been boons to productivity, sharing of content and entertainment for everyone. Unfortunately, while these devices have generally improved life for all involved, using them while driving has increased the danger to pedestrians, bicyclists and other motorists on the road. Even though the Nevada legislature has increased penalties and passed numerous laws forbidding the practice of using mobile devices while driving, Southern Nevadans continually use their devices while they are behind the wheel, resulting in accidents, property damage and even injuries. To combat this, area police departments have been writing more tickets for Las Vegas distracted driving in an attempt to reduce number of Nevadans driving and using their mobile devices. Last Friday police in North Las Vegas wrote nearly 200 tickets for Southern Nevada distracted driving and other violations in a concerted law enforcement effort to increase awareness of the dangers of using a mobile device while driving. Some of the citations issued were also for speeding, reckless driving and not using due care in a crosswalk with pedestrians. Police have been concentrating on mobile device use while driving and know when individuals are [...]

Extra Enforcement for Las Vegas Cell Phone Violations in February

By | 2015-01-31T15:15:01-07:00 January 31st, 2015|Categories: Careless Driving, Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, Traffic Ticket|Tags: , , , , , , |

Be careful driving around the valley this upcoming month if you’re someone who just help but fiddle with your phone. Police will be on the lookout to give people Las Vegas careless driving tickets for cell phone violations especially. Police patrols from the Las Vegas Metro Police force are going to be out in force and at particular intersections looking to give out Clark County distracted driving tickets. These patrols are going to be especially prevalent in the penultimate week of February. Don’t think for a second that this is the only week, though, or that this is the only traffic ticket Las Vegas Metro Police will be handing out. You can bet they’ll also be happy to bust you for a red light violation, speeding, failure to stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk, or any other traffic infraction they see you or think they see you engaging in. The Metro Police’s Traffic Bureau is paying for these extra patrols with some grants coming through both the state and the feds. The bill is expected to run about $40,000 for just this special enforcement piece. If you’re busted by the Metro Traffic Bureau and want to fight your Las [...]

Las Vegas Distracted Driving Ticket for Eating, Like this Case?

By | 2015-01-30T22:41:29-07:00 January 30th, 2015|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, Las Vegas Legal News, Online Legal Services|Tags: , , , , , , |

Could you get a traffic ticket in Las Vegas for eating a hamburger? It all depends on what you are driving like and who sees you. We bring this up as we read the Las Vegas news about this distracted driving ticket given to a man in Cobb County, Georgia. It does happen that police will issue distracted driving tickets for eating, it is something that we here at have seen from our clients, that we have helped them with. It really all depends on the officer and the driver in that situation. Most people eat when they’re driving. Maybe not all the time, but often. Finishing breakfast on your way to work, finishing lunch on your way back from your break. Eating a snack on your way in between meetings or to pick up the kids. It happens. One of the keys to properly fighting one of these tickets is whether the officer catches you doing something else. It’s not illegal, per se, to eat while driving. It becomes distracted driving when it causes you to lose your lane, speed, miss and ignore a traffic sign, or run a red light, for just a few examples. That’s where [...]

At You Can Fight or Fix Your Las Vegas Distracted Driving Citation

By | 2013-02-11T19:47:15-07:00 February 11th, 2013|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, General Ticket Info, Reckless Driving|Tags: , , , , |

When told that the cheeseburger they were eating or the act of applying make-up while they were driving is enough for an individual to get a Las Vegas distracted driving ticket, most Nevada drivers are incredulous. However the Nevada distracted driving statute is the same statute hundreds of Nevadans were cited for driving while talking on their cell phone while driving in Las Vegas in 2012. If the road in front and around you does not have your full attention, you can put yourself, pedestrians and those riding with you in danger of a Las Vegas automobile accident injury. If you have been ticketed for distracted driving in Southern Nevada, log onto today to fight or fix your ticket. There are a number of actions that when taken by someone driving an automobile can be seen as distracted driving infractions in Clark County. As we discussed above, using a cell phone, eating and even putting on makeup can be considered distracted driving. Reading maps or adjusting a navigation system can distract a driver enough to cause a crash. Today’s complicated in dash CD and MP3 players have become so complicated that they have been known to lead to distracted [...]

From Speculation to Fruition: Cell Phone and Texting While Driving Ban to be Introduced in Nevada Legislature

By | 2011-02-06T15:50:12-07:00 February 6th, 2011|Categories: Distraction on the Road: Texting, General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Technology and the LAW, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

For months we have been speculating about the likelihood of new Nevada legislation to limit or ban the use of cell phones while driving and/or to punish drivers who text while driving. At present, Nevada motorists can still get a distracted driving ticket for a variety of behaviors including eating and reading while driving. However, an explicit ban would send a stronger message and would give law enforcement more ability to regulate behavior. As declining costs and increased market saturation have equipped much of society with the ability to use cell phones for calling and sending text messages, states across the country have responded with bans on using the devices while driving. At the same time, researchers have studied the effect these devices can have on  a driver's ability to concentrate. One study found that carrying on a text-message conversation while driving is similar to trying to operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated; another study found that even professional drivers were affected while driving at moderate speed and sending text messages. At present, Nevada has neither a ban on cell-phone use or sending text messages while driving.  Yet that is likely to change, with some half dozen new bills ready [...]