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The ________ is an enforcement sector that patrols state highways and ensures the safety of drivers and citizens while on the road. Division of Driver Licenses Division of the Florida Highway Patrol Division of Justice Department of Insurance
The Division of the Florida Highway Patrol is an enforcement sector that patrols state highways and ensures the safety of drivers and citizens while on the road.
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The Division of the Florida Highway Patrol is an enforcement sector that patrols state highways and ensures the safety of drivers and citizens while on the road.
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