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Forest Service Roads

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Functional Classification
== Functional Classification ==
The US Forest Service classifies maintenance of National Forest System roads by five levels: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Maintenance level 1 roads are closed to motor vehicle use.
Maintenance level 2 roads are maintained for high-clearance vehicles. Maintenance level 3, 4, and 5 roads are maintained for passage by standard passenger cars during the normal season of use.
Picking the best road types in Waze for the Forest Service roads is suggested in the following table. The USFS defines five levels of road maintenance in its "Guidelines for Road Maintenance Levels" document. These infer the type of vehicles 5, 4, and traffic that could travel over these roads. Levels five to three 3 are navigable by regular automobiles, but may not always be appropriate to be streets within the Waze map.
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