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Old 12-26-2014, 02:39 PM   #1
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K-Tag in OK works

I discovered a few weeks ago your K-Tag from KS works in OK now, OK's tag works in TX also, but apparently the K-Tag does not work in TX. I pulled up to toll plaza on I-44 to pay my toll in OK and the attendant looked at me funny as the green light was on, he looked to see if I had a K-Tag and told me it was accepted now in OK and vice versa, so no longer having to stop in OK to pay tolls!

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Old 12-29-2014, 08:23 PM   #2
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Oklahoma charges by the axle. I'm supposed to call the PikePass office and have them change the axle count whenever I'm towing. Unfortunately, that puts me in the same toll class as a semi-truck (5 axles total) when towing the 5th wheel. I've only towed a car dolly and a U-haul trailer on the toll roads. I didn't know I was supposed to call them and add the extra axles in. I wasn't charged extra when towing the car dolly, but was charged for one extra axle (3 total) when towing the U-haul trailer and it was a double axle trailer.

I need to double check with them to see if I can get a reduced rate when towing the 5th wheel since I don't weigh anywhere near what a loaded semi-truck and trailer do.
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