call. However, the wrecker operator that renders services rather than towing a vehicle shall not be rotated to the bottom of the rotation list but shall remain at the top of the list for the next available call.
WRECKER REQUIREMENTS ON-SCENE
As required by Section 316.2044(2), Florida Statutes, wrecker operators removing a wrecked or damaged vehicle from a street or highway shall remove any glass or other injurious substance dropped upon the highway from such vehicle.
APPROVED ROTATION WRECKERS
Each wrecker operator must make application (HSMV 60315) to the
Division for inclusion on the wrecker equipment, operators and facilities shall
and approved by the to ensure they meet
local Troop Commander or the Division's requirements.
history checks; driver’s license status/record checks; and the applicant’s wrecker(s), equipment and facilities prior to on the rotation list according to zone and class.
inspection of being placed
AS A REMINDER, FCIC/NCIC CANNOT BE USED TO CONDUCT CRIINAL HISTORY CHECKS ON WRECKER OPERATORS OR DRIVERS PER FCIC/NCIIC RULES AND FLORIDA STATE
PURPOSES. CHECK FOR
HOWEVER, FCIC/NCIC CAN STILL BE ACTIVE WANTS AND WARRANTS
JUSTICE USED TO ON NEW
WRECKER DRIVERS OR OPERATORS.
Annually, Troop Commanders or their designee shall ensure that each wrecker on the Division’s rotation wrecker list under their command is inspected to confirm continued compliance with these regulations.
The annual wrecker inspections shall occur between the months of September and December and during this time frame, the responsible Troop Commander or designee will also ensure that the required wrecker files are complete
and up to date.
required file documents)
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) Troopers
perform safety inspections and compliance reviews of commercial
motor vehicles inspections.
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