Traffic Safety Education/Inspections
Emergency road services include assistance to disabled motorists, first aid and road closure bulletins. The agency also operates a communications center that accepts telephone reports of hazardous waste spills on the highway and provides highway safety information for the public.
The agency enforces all laws, rules and regulations which pertain to the use of California highways. It patrols the highways and issues traffic citations.
The agency provides and can refer people to nationally certified child passenger safety technicians for child passenger safety seat inspections.
The agency operates an automobile theft hotline, (800) TELL CHP, that accepts reports of stolen vehicles and of activity that may be related to auto theft such as chop shops. The hotline also provides verification of vehicle identification numbers and accepts reports of farm labor vehicle violations.
The non-emergency freeway assistance program (511) allows motorists traveling along the freeway system in Los Angeles County only to use their cell phone to summon roadside assistance from their Auto Club or from the Metro Freeway Service Patrol. Services include changing flat tires, jumpstarting cars, refilling radiators and taping leaky hoses, putting a gallon of fuel in gas tanks, and if the Freeway Service Patrol cannot get the car running within ten minutes, it will tow the car to a safe drop location off the freeway. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call for information or to make a report. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for services.
5825 De Soto Ave.
Woodland Hills , CA 91367 (Physical)Get directions
Service/Intake and Administration