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Learn more about EZDriveMA

You will find information on this page about opening an E-ZPass MA account, toll zone locations in MA, driving a rental car on MA toll roads, transponder information, where you can use your transponder and how to pay a Pay by Plate MA invoice.

A toll zone consists of a gantry mounted over the roadway. A gantry is a metal structure that holds equipment to read the E-ZPass transponders and cameras to capture images of the vehicle’s license plate.

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Contact us with your questions or comments at (877) 627-7745 or email us at customer.service@ezdrivema.com

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How EZDriveMA works

 

Customer Preferred Toll Payment

An E-ZPass transponder is the easiest way to pay your tolls. A transponder* is a small electronic device that attaches to the inside of your windshield. When you open an E-ZPass MA account your transponder is provided free. E-ZPass MA fee schedule.

As you travel under each gantry (toll zone), your transponder is read and your total toll amount will be automatically deducted from your pre-paid E-ZPass MA account.

Example of a toll transaction posted on your E-ZPass MA account: 

Post Date

Exit Date Time

Transaction

Tag / License

Entry

Exit

Amount

09/24/2019

09/21/2019
19:59:59

TOLL CHARGE

021xxxxxxxx

Weston - West

Southborough - West

($0.75)

*No transponder no problem, we will mail a Pay By Plate MA toll invoice to the vehicle’s registered owner. Pay By Plate MA invoice fee schedule.

Where you can use your E-ZPass MA transponder

Your E-ZPass MA transponder can be used on the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), the Callahan, Sumner and Ted Williams tunnels, and the Tobin Memorial Bridge, as well as any out of state E-ZPass equipped toll facility Participating states include:

  • Delaware
  • Florida - only on the Central Florida Expressway Authority Metro Orlando toll roads
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia

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