The Nevada Highway Patrol is starting the new year by targeting the highly-traveled Interstate 15 corridor from Las Vegas to Primm, NV with a new Zero Tolerance Zone Campaign. This means drivers not paying attention in this area will be pulled over and cited. Ticket Busters is here to help if you are given a Las Vegas traffic ticket.
If you’re driving that stretch of highway, you will notice a brigade of highway patrol cars throughout the area.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is cracking down on violations to reduce fatalities and injuries due to collisions from the California state line to Las Vegas, known as the Primm District.
In the past five years, troopers have responded to 877 crashes in the Primm District. Of those, 23 were fatal.
“If you get pulled over for speeding, you will get a citation. If you get pulled over for using a cell phone while driving, you will get a citation,” said Trooper Jeremie Elliott.
Drivers will be reminded they’re entering a ‘Zero Tolerance Zone’ with electronic billboards.
Troopers will also be patrolling the area with new patrol cars that have a new slick top; instead of a light bar atop the car, siren lights are located in the front windshield.
“It allows us to see some of the things that are going on that we wouldn’t usually see,” says Trooper Eric Mulkey.
An average of 43,864 vehicles pass through the Primm District area every day, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
If you are pulled over and cited, we can help you. We fully support the Nevada Highway Patrol making our roadways safer, we also understand how easy it is to get a ticket. We will help you in getting your ticket reduced to a minor infraction, and work hard to make sure no points are lost. We can help you with DUI, criminal charges, as well as what we are known for, speeding and driving citations.