Every year in Las Vegas, national 3 day weekends mean an increase in commuters and ultimately traffic on our local roads, and this Memorial Day Weekend will be no different. Tourists flock from far and wide to spend their recreational days off in Las Vegas during Memorial Day Weekend.

Here at Dallas Horton and Associates we would like to make you aware and provide you with some Memorial Day Weekend accident prevention tips for safety for this upcoming holiday. During times of mass increase in commuters, such as this coming Memorial Day Weekend, it is very important for each of us to heighten personal awareness about the numbers of additional people on the roads. Keep in mind during your festivities and while you are out on the road this Memorial Day Weekend, that there will be a significant increase in additional drivers on the road with you. The increase in drivers on the road, also are people that are in a celebratory state of mind, which is important to also take heed too.

The number of drunk drivers during 3 day weekends here in Las Vegas rises as well, during 3 day weekends such as this coming Memorial Day Weekend, which is yet another reason to drive with extreme caution, especially when near Las Vegas Blvd or other recreational areas in the valley. If you find yourself in need of a designated driver this Memorial Day Weekend, you may want to give 456-RIDE a call. Designated Drivers Inc., or 456-RIDE, specializes in picking up individuals as an option out of driving impaired. They have a reputable response time of approximately 30 minutes or less and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Alternatively, taxi cabs are always an option too.

Have a great time and remember to keep in mind these Memorial Day Weekend accident prevention tips as you celebrate this cherished holiday.

Dallas Horton is one of the top personal injury attorneys in Las Vegas, Nevada. He specializes in personal injury, vehicle accidents, and wrongful death cases. He has been practicing law for over 15 years and has won millions of dollars in settlements for his clients. The contents of this post are the personal opinions of Dallas Horton and should not be assumed to be legal counsel.