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No. Funeral escorts do not need a training course, but do have equipment requirements and roadway right-of-way procedures found in Florida Statute 316.1974.
Here is a website with more information: http://www.flhsmv.gov/mobilehome/homeinstallation.html
A survey is a list of any items that the load may come in contact with on the route that is on the permit application. Permitees must submit a route survey letter (FDOT letter guidelines) and route survey with a… Read More
A vehicle shall have at least one escort when its: width exceeds 12 ft., (needs two escorts if exceeds 14 ft.) OR height exceeds 14 ft. 6 in., OR length exceeds 95 ft. (may require two escorts in certain instances)
Though you are legally allowed to escort in Florida with another state’s qualification, you still must abide by all Florida escort requirements, such as vehicle equipment, signage, etc.
Pending final word from FDOT: yes, though escorts should study proper flagging procedures, as all escorts are authorized to flag while escorting in Florida per Florida Statute 316.079 (2). Proper flagging procedures are found in the Manual of Uniform Traffic… Read More
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Yes, as of February 1, 2010, as well as several other changes. See the Florida Administrative Code website for the official rules and equipment requirements.
Safetyserve.com is the official provider of National Safety Council Defensive Driving (DDC) courses. The link to the required defensive driving course is: https://www2.safetyserve.com/products/?ugid=007286ba. (Note: Florida Pilot/Escort Drivers must take the DDC 10th edition, NOT the Florida State course. When the… Read More