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Old 12-31-2011, 12:35 PM   #1
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Toll Cost

I am planning my trip to get my new trailer, I will have my GMC 3500 1 TON , LWB truck plus my Sierra 32QBBS, approx 36'. Truck only on way down, truck and trailer on way back.What can i expect to pay for tolls. I attached a link of my travel.
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Old 12-31-2011, 01:59 PM   #2
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You can google toll costs by state to get an idea. The only states would be OH, IN, and IL. I just made a round trip from WI to Cleveland with my Reneage and tow being a Suburban. 5 axles, costed me just under $160.00 Yes thats right I almost fell off my chair when I went on line to check my IPass charges.

Hope this helps you. The most expensive toll was at Portage, IN. Cost was like $31.00. I also think it cost more to take the Skyway at Chicago than I294.

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Old 12-31-2011, 02:02 PM   #3
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Just looked at the link you attached. Looks like you will not have any tolls in IN or OH. Just a few in IL. I bet you get away with under $40.00
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Yes, the Skyway is $$$ and I would avoid Chicago in general during business hours. I couldn't imagine navigating thru there towing a trailer.

I think IL. was the state who "sold" their toll-road to a another company out of the USA. Here in Ohio our governor wants to do the same thing. The tolls in IL have doubled since it was sold. And I believe that company filed for bankruptcy. Ohio clears $200-250 million a year on their toll road, but they are going ahead and raising tolls another 10-15% Jan. 1st

In Ohio its all about getting rid of the Union workers who take care of the pike. Our new governor is very "anti-union".
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U.S.A. toll roads and fees. Office of Highway Policy Information, DOT.GOV..
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I think IL. was the state who "sold" their toll-road to a another company out of the USA.
It was Indiana that sold thier toll road.
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It was Indiana that sold thier toll road.
I deliberately avoided saying anything before, it is a lease, not a sale by Indiana, $80B for 70 years, to a French (mainly) conglomerate.Lets drop it now please, to eliminate getting political.
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