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I was wondering if anyone can give me some info on toll road passes. I have a Sun Pass for Florida but would like to get one for when I am traveling elsewhere. I never go into the New England States and all my travel is below DC - PA, OH, KY, WV, VA, NC, SC, GA, TN, etc.

Is there a toll road pass I can buy that covers all these areas ? Thanks everyone for your help.

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EZ Pass will cover most of the country east coast

https://e-zpassiag.com/get-e-zpass

Would cost you a credit card on file, I don't remember if they charge for the transponder or not.

If you come to NY, try to avoid the BIG toll expenses of the bridges and tunnels of NY City. A rip off, I know, I leave here and there is no escap from the island unless you pay

 

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Looking at both websites I wonder how the "administrators" make their money. Get a commission on the collection or they jack up the price of the toll or they charge the user a "service" fee, and if they do the latter, if that service fee is different from one company to another one. Uhmmm?

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5 minutes ago, Pampero said:

I just came back from NC; NJ Turnpike from Delaware to GW exit was $39.00 GW bridge $14.00, Throgs Neck $14,00, I spent over $250.00 in tolls; crazy.

Stay out of here.

I was in NYC once. Thankfully I didn't leave anything behind so have no reason to ever go back there again. 🙂

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We obtained a I Pass from the state of Illinois in 2003. We registered our coach and toad tag information. We full timed from 2004 -2014. Never had a charge dispute and used it all over the U S. Only exception then was the Will Rogers Turnpike in Ok. 

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16 hours ago, Paul A. said:

We obtained a I Pass from the state of Illinois in 2003. We registered our coach and toad tag information. We full timed from 2004 -2014. Never had a charge dispute and used it all over the U S. Only exception then was the Will Rogers Turnpike in Ok. 

Paul A

We have the I-Pass and the Sunpass and the combination has worked well for us. The I-Pass gets used the most on the bridge across the river in Louisville, Ky and of course we are down in Florida each winter and move the Sunpass from the motorhome to the toad.

 

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More options than you can shake a stick at.

I'm going with Uni - One TollPass which is claimed to be accepted in 18 states. 
https://www.cfxway.com/uni/

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How is Uni different from E-PASS or E-PASS Xtra?

Uni, initially launched as E-PASS Xtra, offers all the same benefits and features with newer, future-ready toll technologies.

E-PASS Xtra customers can be assured that your E-PASS Xtra will continue to work throughout 18 states and be fully supported as part of the E-PASS family of products.

Uni has recently replaced the E-PASS Portable as our portable transponder option within the E-PASS suite of products. Uni offers all the benefits of E-PASS Portable plus the added feature that Uni works throughout 18 states from Florida to Maine and west to Illinois.

E-PASS Portable customers can be assured that E-PASS Portable will continue to work throughout FL, GA and NC and will be fully supported by CFX.

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Where can I use Uni?

Uni works on all toll roads and most bridges in 18 states:

  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • Rhode Island
  • Indiana
  • Georgia
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • North Carolina
  • New Jersey
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Kentucky
  • Virginia
  • Pennsylvania
  • Maine
  • West Virginia
  • New York
  • Ohio

Plus, you can use your Uni to pay for parking at Orlando International Airport.

Uni is fully compatible with E-PASS, SunPass, LeeWay, PeachPass, NC QuickPass, E-ZPass, RiverLink, I-PASS and QuickPass toll systems.

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Where can I get Uni?

Uni is available for order through E-PASS. Both new and existing E-PASS customers can get Uni:

    1. Online here
    2. Via the E-PASS App, available for download on the App Store or Google Play Store
    3. By calling the E-PASS Customer Service Center at (407) 823-7277 or 1-800-353-7277, Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 11:30 PM and Saturday, 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM.
    4. At Amazon

Note: New E-PASS customers must first follow the steps to open an E-PASS account.

Make sure to have the following information on hand when opening your E-PASS account:

  • Contact information
  • Email address
  • Driver’s license number
  • License plate number(s) and state where issued
  • Model/make/year/color of vehicle(s)
  • Credit/debit card to activate your account with a minimum of $10 in prepaid tolls
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How much does Uni cost?

Uni costs $14.95, plus tax and $10 to activate your E-PASS prepaid toll account (unless you already have an E-PASS account with that minimum balance).

With Uni, there are no annual contracts or monthly account fees.

 

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We have the NC Quick Pass

Here is the link that explains the NC Quick Pass, You want the NC Quick Pass E-Z Pass Interior Transponder.

https://www.ncquickpass.com/resources/Pages/nc-quickpass-transponders.aspx

The NC Quick Pass E-ZPass work on toll facilities in North Carolina, Florida (SunPass), Georgia (Peach Pass) and the following states where E-ZPass is accepted.

Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Virginia
West Virginia

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