Call Now: (702) 288-7200 Nevada Traffic Ticket Attorneys
Contact us today. We can help!
Nevada Traffic Tickets Home About Traffic Tickets More Ticket Resources Free Ticket Consultation Pay Online Contact Us Today!

Fix It Traffic Tickets

Nevada Ticket AttorneysFix It Traffic Tickets


A "fix-it" ticket is a ticket you receive for driving a vehicle with some kind of mechanical failure. In order to ensure safety on the roadways for you and for other drivers and pedestrians, vehicles must be deemed mechanically safe. If your vehicle is not functioning as it should be then you are at risk of receiving a ticket mandating that you correct the problem.

Some items that can get you a fix-it ticket are:

  • Faulty or broken headlights
  • Faulty or broken tail lights
  • Faulty brake lights
  • Non-working signal lights (blinkers)
  • Cracked windshield
  • Window tint too dark
  • Exhaust system
  • and more...

We strongly encourage you to make sure your vehicle is safe. Don't put your safety, the safety of your loved ones, and the safety of others at risk by driving a vehicle with faulty equipment.

If you receive a "fix-it" ticket, please give us a call. We are happy to assist you. It doesn't cost you anything to pick up the phone and speak with us about your case.

Call us right now at (702) 243-4900!



Las Vegas Nevaga Lawyers

Disclaimer:
The State Bar of Nevada does not certify any lawyer as a specialist or expert. Sprenz & Associates provides this Web site for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as creating an attorney-client relationship and should not substitute for legal advice and counseling. While we hope you find the information contained in this site helpful, this Web site is general in nature and is meant to pertain to the laws of the State of Nevada. While the Internet crosses State and National boundaries, this site is for informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of law in Nevada or in any other State. Do not rely on the information in this site in lieu of consulting an attorney, because it is not legal advice. Communication through e-mail or this site does not create an attorney-client relationship.