Spanning 2,000 acres, the University of Florida is pretty large to tackle solely on foot. While the primary mode of transportation is walking when it comes to getting to class, the university provides different options for getting around during both the day and the night. Many students bring up their cars, but parking is limited–and campus police love to ticket you. Others invest in Vespa scooters, bikes, or skateboards. A primary concern of the campus community involves getting home safe after nights out, and the university actively works to prevent drunk driving with its many transportation programs.