One of the most important things to keep in mind when traveling through the state is that highway spikes are a real threat.
They are being recorded all over the country and, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, are growing exponentially every day.
The state highway patrol has recorded more than 40 spikes this year, with the spike that hit the Fort Lauderdale area in January the most deadly so far.
Florida is currently at 3,822 highway fatalities.
Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Mike Brown said the spikes are becoming a more prevalent issue, with more than 2,500 fatalities on the state’s roads so far this year.
Brown said it’s been the most dangerous stretch of road in the country.
The Florida Highway patrol has been busy putting together its own safety plan to protect its citizens.
It has been taking over the responsibility of making sure drivers know how to prepare for the spikes and what to do in case they get caught up in one.
“It’s not something we’re expecting,” Brown said.
“We know they’re there.
If you’re in the Fort Myers area and have any tips or tips to share with the police department, you can email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org