The legal definition of commercial DUI in Las Vegas says it is a crime for anyone with a blood alcohol content of 0.04 or higher
"to drive or be in actual physical control of a commercial motor vehicle on a highway or on premises to which the public has access."
Truck drivers in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson are subject to stricter DUI laws than non-commercial drivers: penalties may include lifelong su
A DUI is normally a misdemeanor in Las Vegas Nevada, but the Nevada prosecutors will bring felony drunk driving charges in Las Vegas in two situations:
- If the suspect has had two previous DUI convictions in the last seven years, or
- If the DUI incident resulted in a fatality or serious bodily injury to another person.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a Felony DUI there is no doubt you need
Reckless driving is a major traffic violation! Reckless driving is often defined as a mental state in which the driver displays disregard for the rules of the road.
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Speeding is defined as travel at a speed that is greater than the legal limit.
This means if you are on the freeway and the posted speed limit is 65 mph and you are going any speeding greater than 65mph a cop can pull you over for speeding.
There are lots of dangers of speeding you should think about!
- Driving even a few miles over the speed limit increases the chances that you’ll lose control of the vehic
HOW DARK CAN WINDOW TINT BE IN NEVADA?
Darkness of tint is measured by Visible Light Transmission percentage (VLT%).
In Nevada, this percentage refers to percentage of visible light allowed in through the combination of film and the window.
- Windshield Non-reflective tint is allowed along the top of the windshield above the manufacturer's AS-1 line.
- Front Side Windows Must allow more than 35% of light in.
Well Driving Always:
- Plan your trips ahead of time. Decide what time
- to leave and which roads to take. Try to avoid
- heavy traffic, poor weather and high-speed areas.
- Wear your safety belt—and wear it correctly.
- (It should go over your shoulder and across
- your lap.)
- Drive at the speed limit. It’s unsafe to drive
- too fast or too slow.
- Be alert! Pay attention to traffic at all times.
- Keep enough distance between you and the
- car in front of you.
- Be extra careful at intersections. Use your turn
- signals and remember to look around you for
- people and other cars.
- Check your blind spot when changing lanes or
- backing up.
- Be extra careful at train tracks. Remember to
- look both ways for trains.
- When you take a new medicine, ask your doctor
- or pharmacist about side effects. Many medicines
- may affect your driving even when you feel fine.
- If your medicine makes you dizzy or drowsy, talk
- to your doctor to find out ways to take your
- medicine so it doesn’t affect your driving.
Never Do Well Driving:
- Never drink and drive.
- Never drive when you feel angry or tired. If you
- start to feel tired, stop your car somewhere safe.
- Take a break until you feel more alert.
- Never eat, drink or use a cell phone
- while driving.
If Happens Well Driving
- If you don’t see well in the dark, try not to
- drive at night or during storms.
- If you have trouble making left turns at an
- intersection, make three right turns instead
- of one left turn.
- If you can, avoid driving in bad weather, such
- as during rain, sleet or snow.