No maintenance fee transponder from FAST LANE - EZ-Pass
FAST LANE works anywhere EZ-Pass works.
To sign up go to:
Make sure to select Massachusetts when you accept Terms & Conditions. This way you don't get redirected to your state EZ pass website.
Name change, nothing else changes according to website!
Buy your E-ZPass On The Go at a local retailer like 7/11. There are no fees and you get discount on Port Authority bridges and tunnels. Your account can but does not have to be linked to a credit card. You pay $20 and you can use it instantly but your account has $10. Another $10 is credited to it when you link your credit card to it, which makes the transponder free.Correction>>E-ZPass-on-the-Go works like this: the customer purchases the pre-paid tag at the store and can use up to $20 to pay tolls immediately; $10 is a deposit on the tag. Once the tag has been used for the first time, the customer has two days (48 hours) to register the tag by going to the website www.ezpassny.co
I actually walked out of a store because they were saying it was $30 and the Wiki here said the cost was $20. They were not trying to rip me off for $10, whoever posted the original amt was incorrect. Total cost is $30 and you get the 10 back making it free after linking it to a cc card.
To find local retailers, go to http://www.ezpassonthe
FYI. There are some discounts provided to EZPass users on some toll routes. Not all discounts are recognized by Fastlane transponders. Not sure if this is an option for everyone, but I had previously signed up for an EZPass Account in NH, and I do not pay service charges. I have both a Fastlane and EZPass transponder in my car and switch as needed.