Florida Facts: Was admitted 27th state on March 3, 1845
State Abbreviation - FL
State Capital - Tallahassee
Largest City - Jacksonville
Area - 65,758 square miles [FL is the 22nd biggest state in the USA]
Population - 15,982,378 (as of 2000) [FL is the fourth most populous state in the USA, after CA, NY and TX]
Major Industries - tourism, agriculture (oranges, grapefruit, tomatoes), electronics
Major Rivers - St. Johns River, St. Marys River, Suwannee River
Major Lakes - Lake Okeechobee, Lake George
Highest Point - A hill in Walton County - 345 feet (105 m) above sea level
Bordering States - Georgia, Alabama
Bordering Bodies of Water - Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico
|Idling in Florida Florida is home to a diverse range of demographic groups spanning a broad age and diverse cultural backgrounds. It has large coastal cities and further inland a number of large theme parks that attract thousands of visitors a day over Florida roads.||
It also has a number of larger air and sea ports located. Florida is home to some of the largest populations of personal and industrial watercraft anywhere.
The state of Florida has a number of vehicles in operation from its Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Ocean. Below is a summary of the data regarding idling length and costs.