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Public Information Office / Frequently Asked Questions
How can I find out about my driver's license or about my car's tag and title?
Answer: Contact the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
What employment opportunities are available at FDOT?
How can I find out about major road construction in Florida?
How can I obtain the official highway mileage between Florida cities?
How can I get a free Florida highway map?
Where can I get information about trucking regulations?
How can I find out more about the FDOT?
Who can tell me about traffic counts and other statistical information?
Answer: The Transportation Statistics Office. You can call them at (850) 414-4848.
Who can I talk to about arranging a newspaper, television or radio interview with an FDOT official?
Answer: The department's Public Information Offices. All eight districts have their own Public Information Offices. You should consult the district map for the Public Information Office in your area.
What are the street and postal addresses for the FDOT district offices?
What is the telephone number for the U.S. DOT in Washington, D.C.?
Answer: The number is (202) 366-4000. Please see our phone list for more FDOT telephone numbers.
Where can I find more information about SunPass, FDOT's Electronic Toll Collection System?
How can I find out about toll rates on Florida's Turnpike?
Where are the interchanges and service plazas on Florida's Turnpike?
How can I find Web sites for other Florida state agencies?
How can I find Web sites for other state DOTs?
Can I purchase a Turnpike toll shirt?
Unfortunately, Turnpike Toll Shirts are no longer available for purchase.
What screen resolution should I use when viewing the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) web site?
Answer: The FDOT Web Site located at www.fdot.gov is best viewed using a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024. Adjusting the computers Display Properties Settings to 1280x1024 will reduce the amount of horizontal scrolling.
What browser should I use when I visit the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) site?
Answer: Most of the popular browsers will view this site without issue. However the suggested browser is the latest version of Internet Explorer.
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