Highway Emergency Assistance Units Agencies
On highways and other highly congested limited access roads, these units assist motorists with disabled vehicles or vehicles involved in accidents. They also try to safely keep the flow of traffic moving around the disabled vehicle or accident. The units are usually part of each state's Dept of Transportation or an emergency service agency, but may also be operated by a private organization, such as an automobile club (AAA, CAA, RAC, and others), under contract, or a toll road, port, bridge, or tunnel authority.

FL DOT Road Ranger Motorist Assitance
4 images

NY DOT Highway Emergency Local Patrol

5 images

MD Coordinated Highways Action Response Team
1 image

GA DOT Highway Emergency Response Operators

3 images

IL DOT Emergency Traffic Patrol
12 images

IL Tollways Highway Emergency Lane Patrol
9 images 

NJ DOT Emergency Service Patrol
6 images

Port Authority of NY & NJ
2 images

Delaware Dept of Transportation

5 images

Golden Gate Bridge Service Operators
San Franscico CA
1 image

AAA
United States
17 images

RAC
United Kingdom
3 images

Harris County TX Sheriff

  7 images 

Arizona Highway Patrol

  1 image 

Metro Freeway Serivce Patrol

  Los Angeles CA
1 image 

Dane County WI Sheriff

  2 images

New York City NY DOT Emergency Response

1 image


Triton College Motorist Assistance

River Grobe IL
1 image


Washington DC Dept of Transportation

1 image 

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway Motorist Assitance

Louisiana
3 images

Baja California, Mexico Green Angeles

1 image 

Harris County TX Toll Road Authorty
8 image


Woodwood Dream Cruise Motorist Assistance
2 images


TN DOT Highway Incident Response Unit

2 images

PA DOT Safety Patrol

6 images

PA Turnpike Safety Patrol

6 images

Metro Nashville TN Roadway Incident Response Unit

2 images

Automobile Club of Portugal

2 images


Port of Miami Tunnel

 Miami FL
1 image

Cedars Recovery

  London, England
1 image




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