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New Maryland Law Gets Tough On Toll Violators

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MARYLAND - On July 1, a new law went into effect that should motivate toll violators, to pay their overdue tolls. This law give the Maryland Transportation Authority the ability the suspend the vehicle registration those who don't pay their tolls.

The new law, which will take full effect in early October, also provides anyone with an unpaid toll prior to July 1, 2013 a unique opportunity to pay their toll balances without having to pay fees. Meaning, offenders simply need to repay the missed toll, during the transition period.

Toll violators who do not take advantage of the transition period will receive a "Notice of Tolls Due" beginning in October for their unpaid tolls, and then will be subject to a civil citation and $50 fine for each toll violation.

Customers with unpaid tolls in Maryland can pay by the following methods:
-Mail check/money order payable to E-Zpass Maryland to P.O. Box 17600, Baltimore, MD 21297
-Visit an E-Zpass Maryland Stop-In Center;
-Call the E-Z Pass Maryland Customer Service Center during regular business hours (7 AM- 6PM Monday-Friday) at 1-888-321-6824

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