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Old 04-06-2014, 08:36 PM   #29
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The IL I-Pass website is somewhat confusing to me. One page says to mount the transponder in center of, and a few inches above bottom of MH windshield. Then an imbedded link says to mount it on the roof with bolts. Vehicles with more than 2 axles must use the IL "blue" transponder, which is also for commercial vehicles.
One attractive thing for our upcoming trip is, the IL I-Pass works in 15 states.
Mounting on roof is for commercial vehicles, not MH's. Reread the section on the blue IPass, supposedly you need it for traveling in the northeast EZ Pass states, not IL

The normal passenger car transponder works any place EZPass does. Have made many trios thru NY PA, OH & IN with no problem. Also have a blue one in the MH, but Im getting rid of it Tuesday and adding MH to my jeep unit Phone to them Saturday said I didn't need blue one for MH anymore.
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:38 PM   #30
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Can you move an I-Pass transponder between RV and auto? And will it register the correct toll even if the RV is pulling a toad?

I've been thinking of getting one just for the occasional trip through the area. Would be nice if it was compatible with Sunpass in Florida.
Yes, just list both license plates with s/n of transponder. Had 1 for MH and 1 for Jeep, turning in the MH unit on Tuesday.
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