Does E-ZPass work in Maryland?

In Maryland, windshield-mounted E-ZPass transponders are free. There are no monthly or annual fees for Maryland residents. Out-of-state residents who have fewer than three trips at Maryland toll facilities per month may be assessed a monthly maintenance fee. Each transponder is connected to an E-ZPass account.

Can you use NH E-ZPass in other states?

The E-ZPass NH or New Hampshire E-ZPass is an electronic tag transponder that you can use to pay toll on New Hampshire toll facilities. As it is part of the E-ZPass network, it can also be used in all the states where E-ZPass is valid.

What states does Maryland E-ZPass work in?

Where can I use it?

  • Maine.
  • New Hampshire.
  • Massachusetts.
  • Rhode Island.
  • New York.
  • Pennsylvania.
  • New Jersey.
  • Delaware.

How do I get an E-ZPass in Maryland?

Customers can make an appointment to visit a CSC and speak to a representative by calling 410-537-8400. Center locations and updated hours can be found here. Please note that service centers at Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) branches require an appointment.

Can you use MA E-ZPass in NH?

When you go through the tolls in another state, say New Hampshire, using your Mass E-ZPass transponder, it’s like you don’t even have one. Once you cross the state line, you lose your E-ZPass discount and you pay the full cash toll. If you have an E-ZPass issued in New Hampshire, you’ll pay only $2.46.

Can I use NH E-ZPass in Florida?

Yes, now you can purchase the new Uni transponder which will allow you to add nonstop toll travel on all toll roads in Florida and Georgia and wherever E-ZPass is accepted.

Does Maryland E-ZPass work in other states?

An E-ZPass MD or Maryland E-ZPass is a transponder (tag) that you can mount on your vehicle (wind-shield or license plate) to pay toll electronically in Maryland. It is part of the E-ZPass network and can be used in all the states where E-ZPass is valid.

What states accept EZ Pass?

E-ZPass is an electronic toll collection system that is used in the northeastern United States. A total of 14 states use the system to collect tolls automatically, including Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia.

Is EZ Pass compatible with SunPass?

SunPass is currently not compatible with E-ZPass, but announced in 2012 plans to eventually become interoperable. As a step towards this, a phase-out of older battery-powered SunPass transponders was completed at the end of 2015; new batteryless models can work with tolling equipment in other states.

Where is E ZPass accepted?

Eā€‘ZPass is an electronic toll collection system used on most tolled roads, bridges, and tunnels in the Midwestern and Eastern United States, as far south as Florida and as far west as Illinois.