This N.J. Turnpike E-ZPass sign tells a driver that their toll was paid. Any other message could mean trouble and a violation notice. These tips will keep you out of trouble.
For drivers old enough to recall when Parkway tokens and exact change were the highest tech available for paying tolls, bringing E-ZPass to New Jersey roads was like a dream come true.
No more waiting in line if you only had bills. No more scrounging quarters or Parkway tokens from friends and family for a slightly speedier trip to the Jersey Shore. It was all magically electronic, starting in 1999 with installation at Atlantic City Expressway toll plazas and a gradual roll out on Garden State Parkway followed by the NJ Turnpike.
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