Frog Truck Escort Proudly offers,the Washington
right here in Shreveport,La. We will also travel to any state,
as long as there is at least
The new cards have
FLAGGER on them now.
You will need to fill out the application
form. We can fax it to you or email it.
Just call us at: 318-469-3748
or Email us at: email@example.com
You can download the file below in PDF or Word format.
Fill it out and Fax it to us at:
Click Here to download PDF FORM
Click Here to download WORD FORM
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Each Class costs $200.00, payable by
cash, check, money order, paypal,
or credit card. We accept "Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express."
If you have any questions or need more information please call us or Email us!
We look forward to having you
Louisiana Regulations HandBook
The Training Standards for P/EVO certification
comply with standards and guidelines established by
the Washington State Department of Transportation
(WSDOT) and the Washington State Patrol (WSP). The
training focuses on State regulations,procedures,
practises and operator responsibilities.
Candidates are required to complete a one-day
(approximately 8 hours) training
course including an
examination. The exam for this course is open book and
the candidate must achieve a minimum
score of 80% to be
certified. Once successfully completed, participants
will recieve the WSDOT P/EVO Certification
which is valid for 3-years.
The certification card may have a passport size
attached and can be laminated. Otherwise a drivers
license must be shown if asked for verification
Note: Those with Washington State Drivers licenses
have the Washington Certification
What are the requirements for attending the
or peforming as a P/EVO?
*You must be18 years old and have a valid drivers license
from any of the 50 states in the U.S.
be able to read and speak english.
*Must be able to perform flagging duties and
perform traffic control.
be drug and alcohol free when performing
*Must carry minimum liabilitity insurance as required
*If corrective lenses are necessary the operators
must wear them while performing P/E duties.
All this information is a Courtesy of the
Evergreen Safety Council site.