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slay

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If your state offers EZPass you are best to get it there because it usually provides a discount for in-state use. If not, I don't know what is the best answer. New York charges a $1 monthly Port Authority fee.


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just got my quarterly report from DEL ezpass.
starting balance, $15.80. closing balance $15.80.
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We got ours in NY as we were residents and still have them in Ohio. No monthly fees but I am on auto credit card refill.


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slay wrote:

If your state offers EZPass you are best to get it there because it usually provides a discount for in-state use. If not, I don't know what is the best answer. New York charges a $1 monthly Port Authority fee.


Only the E-ZPass accounts from the NY-NJ Port Authority have the $1/mo fee to match the NJ issued accounts. E-ZPass accounts from the NY Thruway and other NY issuers do not. The only monthly fee on the other accounts is if you want snail mailed statements instead of email/online statements.


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Interesting. Just a few years ago most of the states above were charging monthly maintenance fees, which is why I didn't get any of those. As mentioned above Central Florida Expressway has issued the Uni pass good in 19 states East of the Mississippi on all toll roads and most bridges. You set the refill points and I use a credit card with a 2% rebate. They have a good cell phone app to keep tabs on your account and use. Get the transponder from where else--Amazon. I'm quite satisfied with it.

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I one I got from Florida is their E-Pass which covers all of FL and EZ-Pass States. Got a responder for the Toad and RV. No monthly charge if you have an auto replenishment setup with your credit card.


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lenr wrote:

Interesting. Just a few years ago most of the states above were charging monthly maintenance fees, which is why I didn't get any of those. As mentioned above Central Florida Expressway has issued the Uni pass good in 19 states East of the Mississippi on all toll roads and most bridges. You set the refill points and I use a credit card with a 2% rebate. They have a good cell phone app to keep tabs on your account and use. Get the transponder from where else--Amazon. I'm quite satisfied with it.


We've had our NY issued E-ZPass since 2008 and have never paid a monthly fee. E-ZPass also has a good phone app...

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I second (or third) the Florida Sunpass which works in all EZ Pass locations.

$15.00 for the transponder, don't have to be a Fla resident, no monthly charge. I use it periodically here in Georgia (around Atlanta), and have used it twice in Fla over the past 5 years or so.

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One advantage we have with a NY issued pass is the NY Thruway's "Motorhome Plan" that charges us the same per axle rate as passenger cars on the NY Thruway instead of the normal large vehicle rates. A quick example, the E-ZPass toll from Exit 27 to Exit 45 is $15.70 for 2-axle vehicles over 7'6" tall, but with the Motorhome Plan, our toll is just $7.93, the same as passenger cars. If we're towing the toad, the toll goes to $14.57 versus $29.80 for tall vehicles with 4 axles.

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