Sakonnet Bridge Toll Goes Into Effect on Monday
Monday, August 19, 2013
Each one-way crossing costs ten cents. If you have your transponder mounted properly on your vehicle, you don’t have to do anything further.
If it’s not mounted correctly and the transponder reader cannot detect it, you may be subject to additional fees as outlined in the agreement.
If your prepaid account balance drops below your replenishment level (it varies by customer usage), the account will automatically be replenished from the credit card account you provided. If you have any questions about how your E-ZPass works, please stop by the E-ZPass customer service center in Jamestown, call our toll-free number of 1-877-743-9727, or check out the “frequently asked questions” page on the E-ZPass website.
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