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Courtesy FDOT

RoadRangers-helpThe service patrol concept, known today as the Road Rangers, is a free service of the Florida Department of Transportation and its partners and was initially used for the management of vehicle incidents in construction zones. This program has since expanded to respond to all type of incidents and has become one of the most effective elements of the Department's incident management program. The Road Rangers provide a direct service to motorists by quickly clearing travel lanes of minor incidents and assisting motorists. Services can include: providing a limited amount of fuel, assisting with tire changes and other types of minor emergency repairs. Road Ranger’s are typically assigned to work along major interstate corridors and within construction areas on these interstates.

The Department began funding the statewide service patrol in December 1999.

Benefits of the program have been as follows:

  • Reduction of accidents
  • Reduction of incident duration by assisting the Florida Highway Patrol
  • Assistance to disabled or stranded motorists
  • Removal of road debris
  • Reduction of congestion produced air pollutants
  • Increased safety at incident scenes

The Road Rangers are roving vehicles which patrol congested areas and high incident locations of the urban freeway and are equipped, as a minimum, with equipment to assist as needed.

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