If a highway marker or sign is hit and damaged, the U.S. Department of Transportation should be contacted immediately, according to the organization's official website. If the marker is not damaged, no further action is ... More »

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In New York, markers appear every tenth of a mile along state roads and track accident history and road work, explains the New York State Department of Transportation. Mile markers along local, state and interstate highw... More »

Highways have markers to indicate directionality, to indicate distances to exits and to give drivers a point of reference when telling others where they are. Local, state and interstate highways have mile marker signs, w... More »

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A highway sign with the letters "HC" on it designates a route for vehicles transporting hazardous cargo. A similar sign with the "HC" circled in red and crossed with a diagonal red bar means that hazardous cargo is not a... More »

Some traffic tickets issued in Indiana are payable online, as of 2015, according to the Judicial Branch of Indiana’s official website, IN.gov. A disclaimer on the website warns users that not all tickets issued in the st... More »

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An official Florida highway map is available online at the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) website. Visitors can access the map from the main page by clicking on "Maps and Data" in the top navigation bar, the... More »

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According to federal law, all commercial driver's license (CDL) applicants must pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical. The physical includes a complete medical history, testing of the applicant's hearing and... More »

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