A.   Engaging In Sports In Streets: No person shall engage in any sport, amusement or occupation likely to impede the passage of vehicles upon any street. (1973 Code § 10.56.010)
   B.   Quiet Zones:
      1.   Hospitals: Every street or highway within two hundred feet (200') of a hospital building is declared to be a "zone of quiet".
      2.   Sick Chamber: The chief of police is hereby authorized to declare any portion of a street, highway or alley within two hundred feet (200') of a sick chamber a "zone of quiet" for temporary purposes.
      3.   Unnecessary Noise, Itinerate Music Prohibited: No person shall sound gongs, whistles, horns, sirens, or make unnecessary noise, or itinerate music in any "zone of quiet". (1973 Code § 10.56.020)
   C.   Driving Through Funeral Or Other Procession:
      1.   The operator of a motor vehicle shall not drive between the vehicles, persons or animals comprising a funeral or other authorized procession when those vehicles are properly identified by pennants or other authorized insignia and while the funeral or procession is in motion, except when otherwise directed by a police officer or by the driver of a vehicle escorting the funeral procession.
      2.   This section does not apply to authorized emergency vehicles.
   D.   Obstruction To Driver's View Or Interference With Driving Mechanism:
      1.   A person shall not drive a vehicle when it is so loaded, or when there are in the front seat such number of persons, exceeding three (3), as to obstruct the view of the driver to the front or sides of the vehicle or as to interfere with the driver's control over the driving mechanism of the vehicle.
      2.   A passenger in a vehicle shall not ride in such position as to interfere with the driver's view ahead or to the sides, or to interfere with his control over the driving mechanism of the vehicle.
      3.   Except as otherwise previewed in Nevada Revised Statutes section 484.6195, a vehicle must not be operated upon any highway unless the driver's vision through any required glass equipment is normal. (2001 Code)
   E.   Riding On Unlawful Part Of Vehicle: No person shall ride, and no person driving a motor vehicle shall knowingly permit, any person to ride on any vehicle upon any portion thereof not designed or intended for the use of passengers, or in any position as to interfere with the driver's or operator's view. This provision does not apply to an employee engaged in the necessary discharge of his duty or to persons riding completely within or upon vehicle bodies in space intended for any load on the vehicle. (1973 Code § 10.56.040)
   F.   Reckless Driving 1 : Any person who drives any vehicle in the city in wilful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.
   G.   Careless Driving: It is unlawful for any person to drive or operate a vehicle of any kind or character in a careless manner in the city, or in other than a careful and prudent manner, or at a rate of speed greater than is reasonable and proper, having due regard for the traffic on, and the surface and width of the street or highway; or at such a rate of speed as to endanger the life, limb or property of any person; provided, that the speed of vehicle shall not exceed that provided for in this title; and provided further, that the mere fact that a vehicle is operated within the speed restriction contained in this title will not constitute prima facie evidence that the vehicle was operated in a lawful manner. (1973 Code § 10.56.050)
   H.   Depositing Injurious Materials In Roadway: No person shall throw, deposit or place in or upon any public street any nails, tacks, crockery, scrap iron, tin, wire, bottles, glass, thorns, thorny clippings, thorny branches of bushes, or any other article or thing likely to puncture or injure the tire of any vehicle, or by such acts to litter the street or highway with rubbish. (1973 Code § 10.56.060)
   I.   Driving On Newly Laid Pavement:
      1.   Prohibited: No person shall ride or drive any vehicle or horse over or across any pavement newly laid or repaired, across or around which there has been placed a barrier, or at or near which there is a person or a sign stating that the street or highway is closed.
      2.   Exception: The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to the persons actually engaged in the paving or repair of such street or highway. (1973 Code § 10.56.070)
   J.   Full-Time Attention Required: Every person who operates or drives any motor vehicle on any street or highway within the city without devoting his full time and attention to the safe operation of the same shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punished as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. (1973 Code § 10.56.100)



1. For provisions on reckless driving and drunk driving, see NRS §§ 484.377 through 484.393.