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Old 03-08-2014, 08:43 AM   #1
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EZ Pass

does anyone have an ez pass in pa. what does it cost to have one and does it work in other states? Ken

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Old 03-08-2014, 09:00 AM   #2
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If you have an EZpass from one state it works in every state that uses EZpass. It doesn't cost you money, it pays you money. The tolls are cheaper using EZpass, and you save a lot of time and searching for toll money. I got mine from Mass. as they do not charge any fees except for the tolls. I think PA and many other states charge a monthly fee.

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Old 03-08-2014, 09:26 AM   #3
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When I was looking for an EZ Pass for the motorhome the initial cost was cheaper to go with the I Pass from Illinois which can be used anywhere the EZ Pass is used.
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Old 03-08-2014, 10:28 AM   #4
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Ours is from NY state. No fees and works all over the eastern US. Sure is nice going through the high speed toll areas and not waiting in line!
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Old 03-08-2014, 10:33 AM   #5
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Plus ya save fuel.....no stopping & starting. Heck! We even have a florida Sun-Pass & only go thru there once per year!
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Sounds great I have found that staying on the express way and driving at night also saves full and never have to stop..
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How do you set this up if you have a toad? Seperate ez pass For The toad or set the coach one up for 4 axles?
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EZPass & Towed

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How do you set this up if you have a toad? Seperate ez pass For The toad or set the coach one up for 4 axles?
Our experience has been each vehicle has to have an EZPass (here in TX we have a similar system called TX TollTag). Prior to tagging all my vehicles, the MH was tagged and the towed was not, and I would get a bill in the mail for the towed every time I went on a toll road
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Old 03-08-2014, 03:29 PM   #9
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My EZPass will bill be automatically for four axles when I have the
toad. I remove the toads EZPass and wrap it in foil. I was instructed
to do this by the EZPass folks. Has worked perfectly for years.
I also have the FL Sunpass, even though we only go once a year.
If you don't have one, the tolls are much higher and they mail
you a bill, having scanned your license plate. The EZPass tolls are the
same, unless you have a commuter account and go on the
same toll roads every work day.
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......does it work in other states? Ken
From Maine west to Illinois or south to North Carolina. Vermont and Connecticut are not part of the network, but neither has any toll roads, bridges, or tunnels at this time.

There is a movement in Congress (That's a laugh, isn't it? Movement in Congress? Hah!) to mandate a nation-wide standardized electronic toll collection system on federal roads by mid 2016. The EZ-Pass system technology would likely be considered as the system to use. This would be beneficial from an operational pov, but, being federal, would likely increase initial costs, lower efficiency and reliability, and raise tolls. We shall see.
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Old 03-08-2014, 05:31 PM   #11
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EZ pass is what it means. The motorhome pass works for the toad so take the pass out of the toad when its being toad. Now listen up, EZ pass isn't coast to coast. Going west Pa. is it. I just got to have some outstanding warrents out west cause this senior citizen thought EZ pass was coast to coast on my last cross country trip. I only mentioned it now cause the statute of limitations is up, I think.
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Our EZPass was from NY. Jeep has it's own, kept in a foil wrap when not in use. MH has 2 passes, one when we are NOT towing and one when we are towing. The one you are not using should also be kept in the special foil wrap. Obviously the "when towing" cost is higher than the "not towing". NY has special class for RV's when not towing. Same tolls as Jeep by itself.
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Originally Posted by kejy View Post
does anyone have an ez pass in pa. what does it cost to have one and does it work in other states? Ken
Do not remember the cost. We have used it in NY, GW Bridge, DE, VA, MA, PA (of course). It is different than the standard car one. I can use it with what ever i tow.

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special pass

We only go up and down the east coast for the most part. the only pass we have a commuter pass for the Havre de Grace bridge over the Susquehanna River. Only $10 for the entire year. Just don't go over it with a toad, they jump it up to 26 buck. and the the pass does not work. If you don't pay it they send a bill for $30 buck.. Talk about a stinking mess. it is cheaper to buy another pass, disconnect and have the DW drive over. That way it cost nothing.

In Florida, as said. they take a picture , charge $2 bucks extra. so what we have done is figure out how to avoid the tolls. Now we only have two tolls from NJ to Ft Meyers. total cost NJ Exit ripoff is $20 with toad, Rt 1 bridge in Delaware is 4 buck with toad and that is it. coming back going north, we dump 17 to get across the Chesapeake bay at Annapolis and another 4 bucks on the route 1 toll. I really don't mind slowing down to pay the toll. Just really hate any body tracking me.

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