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Nevada Drivers Caught Using Handheld Cell Phones Now Face Fines

January 04, 2012

LAS VEGAS – The grace period for Nevada’s driver handheld phone ban officially ended Jan. 1. Now instead of getting a mere warning, drivers caught texting or talking on a handheld phone can get a traffic ticket -- $50 for the first offense and $100 for the second. 

Additional infractions can cost $250 and court costs.

Click here for answers to commonly asked questions about the newly enforced law in Nevada.



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