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Old 04-05-2012, 04:35 PM   #15
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Can anyone tell me where in Florida that I can get a EZpass. I will be hopefully driving a new to us RV back to Canada. This thread has been a great help as we have never driven that route.

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Old 04-05-2012, 04:52 PM   #16
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I go to western NH almost every year. 95N - 26W - 77N/W - 81N - 84E - 91N to Vt. then over to NH. It is about 100 miles longer than 95 all the way but much more relaxed ride. Yes there are a couple of good mountain climbs on 77 if I remember correctly. But what goes up, must come down.
I agree with this routing as I have taken it twice, once from Florida up to the Adirondacks for Workamping last summer on Rainbow Lake and again last November to return to Florida for this winter.

It eliminates a lot of tolls too.

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go on www.sunpass.com for the florida pass
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Old 04-05-2012, 05:30 PM   #18
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for which state should I get the EZ Pass for???
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Old 04-05-2012, 05:55 PM   #19
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Don't mean to be so wordy, but here is where the MA version of EZ Pass works, and this is all reciprocal, so you should be able to get one in any of these states.

Massachusetts Turnpike (including the Sumner and Ted Williams Tunnels)
Massachusetts Port Authority (Tobin Memorial Bridge)
MBTA/Amtrak Parking Garage (FAST LANE transponders only)

New York State Thruway Authority: Entire Thruway including the New Rochelle Barrier, Yonkers Barrier, Tappen Zee Bridge, Spring Valley (commercial only), Harriman Barrier, City Line Barrier, Black River Barrier and Grand Island Bridges.
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey: Bayonne, George Washington and Goethals Bridges, Holland and Lincoln Tunnels and Outerbridge Crossing.
Metropolitan Transit Authority Bridges and Tunnels: Bronx-Whitestone, Cross Bay, Henry Hudson, Marine Parkway Gil Hodges, Throgs Neck, Triborough and Verrazano-Narrows Bridges and Brooklyn-Battery, and Queens Midtown Tunnels.

New Jersey Highway Authority: Garden State Parkway.
New Jersey Turnpike Authority: New Jersey Turnpike.
South Jersey Transportation Authority: Atlantic City Expressway.
Delaware Department of Transportation: Interstate 95 and Route 1.
Delaware River Port Authority: Commodore Barry, Walt Whitman, Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross Bridges.

Delaware River and Bay Authority: Delaware Memorial Bridge.

Maryland Transportation Authority: Francis Scott Key Bridge, Fort McHenry, William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial (Bay) Bridge, Gov. Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge, Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge, John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway and Baltimore Harbor Tunnels.

West Virginia Parkways: West Virginia Parkways - Economic Development and Tourism Authority: West Virginia Turnpike.

Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission: Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority: Peace Bridge
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New York State Bridge Authority: Bear Mountain Bridge, Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, Rip Van Winkle Bridge.

Virginia Department of Transportation: Dulles Toll Road, Dulles Greenway, Coleman Bridge, Chesapeake Expressway, Powhite Parkway, Boulevard Bridge
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Maine Turnpike Authority

New Hampshire Department of Transportation-Bureau of Turnpikes: Hampton, Hooksett, Bedford.
Illinois State Toll Highway Authority: North-South Tollway, Tri-State Tollway, Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway, Northwest Tollway
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Indiana Toll Road

Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority: Claiborne Pell Bridge (Newport Bridge)
Ohio Turnpike Commission: Ohio Turnpike
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I agree with this routing as I have taken it twice, once from Florida up to the Adirondacks for Workamping last summer on Rainbow Lake and again last November to return to Florida for this winter.

It eliminates a lot of tolls too.

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Can anyone tell me where in Florida that I can get a EZpass. I will be hopefully driving a new to us RV back to Canada. This thread has been a great help as we have never driven that route.

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FL does not use EZ Pass.

Get it from Del. nice folks no muss or fuss.

Here ya go E-ZPass Delaware -
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FL does not use EZ Pass.

Get it from Del. nice folks no muss or fuss.

Here ya go E-ZPass Delaware -
I will have a conciderable distance to drive before reaching Del. was wanting to get something that will cover as much off the distance from Florida to the Canadian border.

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I will have a conciderable distance to drive before reaching Del. was wanting to get something that will cover as much off the distance from Florida to the Canadian border.

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If you click on that link you will see why it can't be done. Florida has it's own and NC & SC don't collect toll electronically, so the first place you will encounter this set up is VA. By the way, there are no toll roads in CT or VT. Might as well get one from MD as suggested.
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If you click on that link you will see why it can't be done. Florida has it's own and NC & SC don't collect toll electronically, so the first place you will encounter this set up is VA. By the way, there are no toll roads in CT or VT. Might as well get one from MD as suggested.
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