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2011 Las Vegas Click-it-or-ticket program has begun

By | 2011-11-11T18:43:00-07:00 November 11th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Police departments across the state of Nevada are picking up enforcement of ­click-it-or-ticket. Officers across Las Vegas and other Nevada cities are issuing more and more seat belt tickets and issuing more and more warnings across Las Vegas and the rest of the state for texting and other cell phone use violations. We offer a fast and convenient online traffic school to help you clear these tickets without court appearances. While the Nevada seat belt law can only be issued as a secondary violation, officers across the state and in Las Vegas are looking to issue more tickets every day. We can help you fight all traffic citations, drunk driving offenses and avoid costly court appearances. Our Las Vegas traffic attorneys also offer online traffic school. Simply and quickly fix speeding and other traffic violations. We can also help with DUI and Las Vegas reckless driving citations. Please contact us today.

After Nevada Elections, a New Source of Traffic Tickets Lurks

By | 2010-11-03T18:47:02-07:00 November 3rd, 2010|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Even in advance of Tuesday's statewide election, Nevada's state legislators are contemplating new laws to regulate the use of electronic devices while driving. Las Vegas newspapers reported this week that the members of the Nevada State Assembly are preparing new laws to combat distracted driving, which has been implicated in dozens of Nevada traffic accidents in the last few years. Rules treating driving while texting or using a cell phone as careless driving are already in place through administrative policies in Nevada as well as other state and federal policies. If these new laws pass, Clark County drivers are likely to face vastly increased risk of receiving a traffic ticket until they have time to change their habits. We remind our readers that there are ways to comply with distracted driving laws while remaining connected. Hands-free devices can be used in many states to permit cell-phone use, and many new vehicles have built-in support for these systems. The proposed law would permit exceptions for drivers using technology while driving to receive important information about emergencies, weather, or traffic. If you need help to fix a traffic ticket in Southern Nevada, contact us today for online traffic ticket help.