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E-ZPass Offers Free Transponders to New Account Holders

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DOVER, Del. – Through the end of the year motorists who open a new, individual E-ZPass account will receive a free transponder.

According to the Delaware DMV, the promotion is open to residents of any state. Transponders normally cost $15.

Delaware has issued more than 406,000 E-ZPass transponders since the electronic tolling system first began in 1999. At the state's three main toll plazas, 68% of drivers currently use E-ZPass, transportation officials say. Delaware customers have purchased nearly 31,500 new transponders, averaging more than 3,500 sales per month.

Right now there are 26 tolling agencies in 15 states that offer E-ZPass services.

There are several ways to open an account and receive your free transponder:

  • Visit the Delaware E-ZPass Customer Service Center in person at 22-24 Loockerman Street in Dover
  • Call the Delaware E-ZPass Customer Service Center at 1-888-397-2773
  • Visit the I-95 Newark Toll Plaza, 1200 Whitaker Road, in Newark; open 24/7
  • Visit the Biddle's Corner Toll Plaza, 2111 DuPont Highway, in Middletown; open 24/7
  • Visit the Dover Toll Plaza, 200 Plaza Drive in Dover; open 24/7

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