E-ZPass may not be so easy

Drivers with out-of-state E-ZPass tags will soon be paying more on some of New Jersey's highways.

Making the switch to E-ZPass in New Jersey could mean miles of savings, but the change may not be so easy.

A representative from E-ZPass told News 12 New Jersey that out-of-state tag holders will have to mail back the passes that are associated with their accounts, along with a letter requesting that the account be closed. Once E-ZPass receives that information, it will be able to refund the balance on the account. E-ZPass tags can be purchased at any of the rest stops and service areas along the state's highways, and can be activated within 48 hours.

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