What our Clients Say About Us…

What our Clients Say About Us…

At The Las Vegas Ticket Attorney Law Office, we’re proud of our hard work and customer service. We’d like to share with you what one of our clients recently posted on a social media outlet, as well as sent to our website. Thank you, Krista, for your feedback! * Awesome place to take care of traffic tickets. I’m so happy I found Mark Coburn’s LV Ticket Attorney Office. He has taken care of my speeding tickets twice so far, and both times have been good experiences. Everyone in the office is very professional and good at communicating with you about your case—and you get a letter in the mail once all is said and done, confirming your ticket case was successfully resolved. I highly recommend this attorney. There are some other places where you pay a $50 flat fee to have them take care of your tickets but then you still need to go to traffic school. Not with Mark Coburn. I got out of traffic school too, in addition to no points on my license. Totally worth it! Krista P. * To read more client reviews, click...

Moving Violations on your Record lead to Suspended Driver’s License

Moving Violations on your Record lead to Suspended Driver’s License Don’t toss your Las Vegas Speeding Ticket into a drawer and forget about it. If a moving violation remains on your record unattended for 12 months, your driver’s license may be suspended which could lead to heftier fines and a warrant for your arrest. To ensure your record is clean and your freedom remains intact, be sure to take care of your Las Vegas Traffic Tickets immediately after you receive them. Call our Law Office today at 702-382-2000 for fast and affordable help. Don’t want to wait in long lines at court? Don’t want to go to traffic school? Don’t want any points on your record? We can help! Call 702-382-2000. In most cases, your Las Vegas Speeding Ticket will be reduced to no points, no school, and no stress! We offer a free consultation to discuss your case, and of course, everything you share with the members of our trusted Law Office remains 100%...

Available Services Through the Las Vegas DMV

Anything pertaining to vehicles is accessible at the Las Vegas DMV. This is where drivers go to register a new vehicle. This is where one goes to test for their license. If residents have any questions, there is information available at the website, but callers are welcome. It is a good idea to grab the driver’s license booklet or review it online before visiting any DMV office. New residents have 30 days to get their license and 60 days to register any vehicles coming with them from another state. The current license is made invalid and a paper license is issued until the driver receives the permanent one by mail. The DMV will ask for VIN information on any cars or trucks that have been brought in, so have that available as well as registration from previous state. If a driver is not from the United States or comes from a US territory, the procedure is different. They must take the written and driving tests to become eligible for a license. Teen drivers must be age 16 to receive a license. Those testing their driving skills are allowed to make an appointment. In fact, it is recommended to make an appointment because it shortens the length of time one may wait if they drop in. However, no other driver transaction appointments may be made. Other transactions are handled at the counter or on the Las Vegas DMV website. Some employers require driver history printouts. These are obtainable in office and online. History of traffic violations and accidents from other states follows a driver, so a printout from the Las...

Changing Your Address

If you are planning to move, whether across town or permanently out of state, Nevada requires motorists to file an address change within 30 days. This is particularly important if you have any traffic tickets or court appearances pending as there is a risk that there will be a warrant issued for your arrest if you do not do so and subsequently fail to appear. There are three ways to accomplish a Las Vegas change of address: In Person – You will require form #DMV-002 (License or ID Card Application). Fill this out and bring it with your payment of $3 for a license/ID card and/or $5 for each Registration Certificate to any Department of Motor Vehicles field office. Your new license or ID card will be mailed to your new address and new Registration Certificates will be issued at the DMV office. By Fax – You will need both form DMV-022, Change of Address Notification by Mail, and form VP-205, Payment Authorization to initiate a Las Vegas change of address. Fill these out and fax them to (775) 684-4992. After your fee of $3 for a license or ID card and/or $5 for a Registration Certificate or license plate decal is processed, the new license/ID card will be mailed to your new address within 10 business days. Updated Registration Certificates/plate decals will be mailed under separate cover. By Mail – Essentially the same procedure as for submitting via fax. Fill out forms DMV-022 and VP-205 and mail them to the address listed on the application. Currently, proof of address documentation (utility bill, etc.) is not required for a...

Because Practice Makes Perfect

No matter what your age or what the reason may be anytime you have to face a test at the DMV it gets stressful. Living in beautiful Las Vegas is no different. The test to obtain a driving permit in Las Vegas is a three part test and all three must be checked off as passing before you can be issued a license. You must pass a vision test correctable to 20/20. A written test which you must score no less than an 80% grade. And then there is the hands on skills test whereby you are graded on your actual driving skills. The DMV charges $25.00 for the initial test and $10.00 for each additional test you take until you make the passing score of 80%. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a Las Vegas DMV Practice Test that you could take so you would be able to study the areas that you are deficient in? Well, happy day! I am here to tell you that in addition to stopping in a DMV Branch and picking up a copy of the driver’s manual, now you are simply able to download the driver’s manual to your computer. There are several websites out there who will allow you to purchase their version of the Las Vegas DMV Practice Test for prices that range from $9.95 to $54.95. All they promise are practice questions…not that you will pass. Once you move to the state of Nevada you legally have 30 days to get a new NV drivers permit. You must also have all of your proper documentation in order. This also applies when...

Passing the Las Vegas DMV Permit Test

In order to pass the Las Vegas DMV Permit Test, you must have adequate knowledge of vehicle laws, and pass a skills driving test. A non-commercial driving test asks 50 multiple choice questions, which 40 must be answered correctly to receive a passing score. This test is offered in both English and Spanish. After the written test is passed, a skill driving test will have to be performed with a driving examiner. A vision test will be administered before a license is given. To pass the vision test, a minimum of 20/40 vision will be needed driving license. If the minimum vision cannot be met then stipulations can be placed on a license. In order to be prepared for the Las Vegas DMV Permit Test you can obtain a study handbook at the DMV office or online. There are also driver education classes that cover the information that will be on the Las Vegas DMV Permit Test. Preparing for the Las Vegas DMV Permit Test is not something that should be taken lightly. The initial testing fee will be $25 and $10 for each retest needed. These fees can be paid by cash, check, money order, debit card or major credit cards. Once all tests are passed an identification card will need to be paid for which costs $6 – $12. At age 15 1/2 teens can obtain a learners permit. In order to obtain this, drivers must pass the vision and written test. Teens will need to have a parent/guardian sign a financial responsibility section that is on the application. The learners permit will cost $22. If your license has been suspended, change of address, name...
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