Provided are 3 options you have if you receive a citation for any of the violations.
These procedures do not apply if an accident was involved or you received a citation for:
Failure to pay full time and attention/driving without due care or if an accident was involved
Speeding more than 25 miles per hour above the posted speed limit or appropriate speed for the circumstances
Option 1: Pay Full Bail Without Attending Traffic School - Points Will Be Assessed
Procedure to follow:
Pay the full bail amount shown on your citation in the box headed "Total Bail & Fees."
The Court must receive the money no later than the court date shown on the face of your citation.
You will be found guilty of the violation and points will be assessed against your driving record unless for speeding 1-10 mph above the posted speed limit and you certify that you are not an habitual speeder, then no points will be assessed against your driving record
Payment of the bail can be made by a money order, cashier's check, or VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit card.
Option 2: Pay Full Bail and Attend Traffic School - No Points Will Be Assessed
Procedure to follow:
Pay the full bail amount shown on your citation in the box headed "Total Bail and Fees."
Complete traffic school. This may be done in the area in which you live. To locate a traffic school in your area, check the yellow pages or contact your local DMV. If you reside in Nevada, you may contact the Court and request a list of accepted traffic schools. You may also attend traffic school via the internet, go to onlinecourteducation.com.
Send to the Court the full bail amount and the original completion form/card given to you from traffic school. The Court must receive these 2 items no later than the court date shown on the face of your citation. It is your responsibility to make sure the court receives proof of completion.
Your charge will be amended to a non-moving violation with no points assessed against your driving record.
Payment of the bail can be made by a money order, cashier's check or VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit card.
Option 3: Appear in Court on Your Assigned Court Date