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Old 08-10-2005, 08:03 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the fees and fee structure on I 90 from Buffalo to Albany? I have a class A and tow a toad. My friends have a PU and tow a 28 trailer. Would be most grateful to know the cost of using this toll road. Thanks .
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Does anyone know the fees and fee structure on I 90 from Buffalo to Albany? I have a class A and tow a toad. My friends have a PU and tow a 28 trailer. Would be most grateful to know the cost of using this toll road. Thanks .
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Old 08-11-2005, 03:29 AM   #3
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I think when we went from Albany to Fulton (I think) with our dually truck and 5th wheel it was about $16.
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Thruway has a web site for toll calculations. With your class A you will not be happy. I think you will find it around the $40 mark.
http://www.thruway.state.ny.us and go to toll calculator.

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Thanks for the thruway calculator information. You were right on, it figured out to be $39.75. Taking the non toll roads will add about $25 in cost for gas and a hour and half in time. Might just be worth it to save my nerves, wear and tear. thanks for all replys.
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If you have EZ Pass you will get a good discount, might not be a bad investment, no charge for the transponder and they bill your CC as needed, many toll road are now using it. Ed
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check he website to see if there are RV rates. Using EZPass when crossing from NJ into PA, the RV rates are much lower than a similar truck rate.
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