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One EZ-Pass for NJ and One EZ-Pass for NY

Discussion in 'New Jersey' started by NJDriver, Sep 7, 2015.

  1. NJDriver

    NJDriver

    Location:
    Hoboken, NJ
    I did my homework just now.

    - Using the NJ EZ-Pass you get a discount at some Garden State and Turnpike tolls during non-peak hours (No discount with NY EZ-Pass)

    - Using the NY EZ-Pass you get a discount at some NY bridged and tolls (No discount with NJ EZ-Pass)

    I now have two EZ-Passes. Tolls are a big ticket item for me which goes into the thousands each year. Even if I can save 20% thats still a lot of cash...
     
  2. atthehop

    atthehop

    Location:
    NJ
    If your spending thousands a year you should get a commercial account, the transponders are Blue, because you pay full fare at all tolls but depending on how much you incur you get a discount percentage depending on the total.
     
  3. NJDriver

    NJDriver

    Location:
    Hoboken, NJ
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    • Commercial vehicle (with at least 2 axles, 6 tires).
    • Minimum charges of $600 annually. SHP fees that are charged to your Commercial Charge Account are included when computing the $600 annual minimum requirement. However, SHP fees are not included when computing toll volume discounts.
    • A Surety, in the form of a Bond or Cash Deposit, in the amount of three times your anticipated monthly toll charges and SHP fees or as determined by the Authority.
     
  4. atthehop

    atthehop

    Location:
    NJ
    6 Tires?, I pick up and deliver vehicles for a large dealer group and they have all blue commercial ezpass transponders and we use them for a lot of cars and trucks with 4 tires.
     
  5. NJDriver

    NJDriver

    Location:
    Hoboken, NJ
    That is the NY EZ Pass commercial account. Here is the NJ EZ Pass commercial account

    https://www.ezpassnj.com/en/signup/step1.shtml

    So your car must be "business owned" in NJ. In NY, it sounds like you need more than just business owned.

    Requirements:


    • Vehicles are business owned or leased vehicles with two or more axles
    • Single or multiple rear tires
    • For tractor trailers, auto transporters, pickup and other trucks, buses, vans, cars, motorcycles, and RVs
     
  6. Dr_Son

    Dr_Son

    Location:
    Freehold/Paramus
    Driving:
    UberX
    Stick with the green pass for all you NJ tolls, and get a "port authority one" (got mine at the verrizano bridge) to get the NY tag discount IN NY... good think about the port authority one... no monthly maintenance fee also.
     
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