Las Vegas

Nevada Trailer Laws

Towing a trailer in Nevada comes with the legal responsibility to ensure the equipment is safe. If a driver fails to do so, leading to an accident, their negligence could make them liable for any resulting damages. This makes it critical to understand Nevada’s laws governing safety and installation requirements for trailers.  Registration and Title Requirements The State of Nevada requires all utility and travel trailers to be properly registered and titled before being operated on public...
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Nevada Moped Laws

Mopeds are a fun way to get around in Nevada, but there are laws that govern their use. Those who already own a moped or are planning on purchasing one should be aware of the following.  How Nevada Defines a Moped The definition of a moped, according to Nevada law (NRS 482.069), is a scooter that looks and handles like a bicycle and is propelled by a small engine.  The engine produces not more than 2 gross...
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Las Vegas Crosswalk Laws

In the state of Nevada, 601 pedestrians were killed between 2008 and 2017. The overwhelming majority of these fatalities took place in Clark County, where Las Vegas is situated. Many pedestrian accidents are caused by driver error or negligence and a disregard for right of way laws. To help you avoid serious pedestrian accidents and injuries, it is essential to understand Las Vegas crosswalk laws. Las Vegas Crosswalks Crosswalks exist at just about any intersection in Las...
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Nevada Move Over Law

The move over law in Nevada details that drivers must move over for emergency vehicles, other vehicles, or pedestrians stopped on the side of the highway. All across the nation, there has been an increasing number of accidents involving police during routine traffic stops, emergency response technicians, and Department of Transportation (DOT) workers. The move over law and other similar types has been adopted in Nevada and more than thirty other states in an attempt to keep...
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Nevada ATV Laws

All-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, are popular with adults, teens, and children in Nevada. Riding these vehicles is fun, but ATVs can be dangerous, so it is important to exercise caution. In 2018, over 80,000 people sought treatment for ATV accident injuries, and more than 250 were killed. To increase safety, the state of Nevada has several laws in place that apply to ATV use. ATV Accident Statistics The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s latest report of ATV-related deaths...
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