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SunPass Now Works In EZ Pass States, But You’ll Need New Transponder

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The New Sun Pass Pro Transponder works in EZ Pass locations, as well as Florida, North Carolina and Georgia.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Spend a lot of time in Florida and the Northeast? Tired of having a SunPass account and an EZ Pass account for use on toll roads outside of Florida? If so, you’ll welcome the announcement that SunPass Pro, a new toll tag, will be accepted anyplace that EZ Pass is in operation.

From the Florida Department of Transportation, in the following advisory:

“Travelers have long sought the convenience of using one transponder for toll roads throughout
the eastern United States,” wrote Sunpass Administration. “By joining the E-ZPass network, E-ZPass customers, including winter visitors who come to Florida to enjoy the warm climate, can now use their transponder continuously on nearly 900 miles of Florida’s toll roads in addition to the 18 states where E-ZPass is already accepted.”

“Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise is proud to continue meeting our customers’ needs and thrilled to offer travelers the convenience of using one toll transponder when visiting Florida,” said Florida Turnpie Enterprise Executive Director and CEO Nicola Liquori. “SunPass continues to be the state of Florida’s recognized brand for toll collection, and customers can focus on what matters most: Enjoying their trip throughout the Sunshine State.”

The new SunPass Pro is accepted in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Maryland,
Rhode Island, Indiana, Delaware, Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maine, West Virginia, New York, and Ohio. It costs $14.95. Current SunPass transponders continue to work in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.

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