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Old 03-15-2014, 09:38 AM   #11
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I have one of those gizmos you place on your dash when passing through the Chicago area. It automatically pays my tolls as I pass by the toll booths. Iíve never pulled a camper using it before. Will it charge me for the extra axles on the trailer? Do I need to register my camper plates with them as well?

I have one in PA It's call EZ pass and it will charge you per axles.My boat trailer is a single and my trailer is a double and you don't have to register them.

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Old 03-15-2014, 10:48 AM   #12
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Yes the trailer plates need to be registered to the I-pass. I didn't register the trailer at first and I got an email with a picture of the trailer plate saying I owed X amount of $$$! We called and they said the plates need to be registered.

However since then, I rarely use the tollway anymore because I found great alternative back roads or other routes that avoid the IL tollway.
X2, Nice ticket with a pic of my units plate# sent to me in snail mail.So I called them(they did let me out of the ticket this time so I was told) Told me to register my rv's number as well.
And yes the gizmo was in my truck

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