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E-Z Pass Balance: How To Check Yours and 4 Things To Know

Did you know that you can also check your balance on an E-ZPass? Here's how to check your E-Z Pass balance and some things to keep when doing so.

Key Takeaways

  • Check E-ZPass balance on state’s official website or app, log in required.
  • Pay E-ZPass balance automatically or manually via website or app.
  • Auto-replenish triggers when balance falls below a specific amount.
  • Manual payment options available through official E-ZPass accounts.

How Do You Check Your E-ZPass Balance?

Each state has its own official website where you can log in to your E-ZPass account.

vector graphic showing an e-z pass in one hand and a smartphone in the other that has an e-z pass balance on the screen

Here is how you can check your balance:

  • Look up ‘E-ZPass’ followed by the state where you bought your transponder. The first result should be the official E-ZPass website for your state.
  • Click on this result and look for a login option. This link should take you to the E-ZPass login portal for your state.
  • Enter your username, password, and personal information. If it’s your first time logging in, you’ll have to create an account with the account number and PIN you got when you bought your transponder.
  • Once you’re logged in, you’ll be able to see your E-ZPass dashboard where your balance should be available.
  • Some states also have an official E-ZPass app customers can use to check their balance, and some states will send a monthly paper statement with your account balance.

If you’re still stuck on how to check an E-Z Pass balance, refer to this video walkthrough:

How Do You Pay Your E-ZPass Balance?

E-ZPass is a prepaid system.

When you set up your account, you’ll have to connect your transponder to a bank account or credit card.

There are different ways of paying for your E-ZPass balance:

  • Some states like Virginia or Delaware have an auto-replenish system. Once your account drops below a certain balance, E-ZPass will automatically charge the payment method on file to add more funds to your transponder.
  • You can also replenish your E-ZPass account manually. Look up your state’s official E-ZPass account or use an official app. Log into your E-ZPass account, and you should have an option to add more funds.
  • There are other ways of paying for your E-ZPass balance. Some states like New York have plans where the system will charge your bank account at the end of the day to cover your toll fare.
  • If you run into problems while trying to pay a toll bill, you can contact E-ZPass customer service to speak with a representative.

Wrapping Up

If you live in a state where E-ZPass is available, this system is a great way of saving money on toll fares.

Plus, you won’t have to wait in line since you’ll be able to use E-ZPass lanes.

Do you want to learn more about toll fares, discounts, and other ways to save when you’re driving?

Contact us and check out our related topics on Ridester.

Suggested Read: E-ZPass Violations: Things that you absolutely cannot do

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