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SunPass transponders now available in vending machines

SunPass electronic tolling transponders can now be purchased from vending machines at three Official Florida Welcome Centers and an Interstate 4 rest area.

SunPass Mini Transponders are available from vending machines at:

• I-10 Welcome Center, mile marker 4 (4 miles east of the Florida/Alabama state line in Escambia County)

• I-75 Welcome Center, mile marker 470 (1.7 miles south of the Florida/Georgia state line in Hamilton County)

• I-95 Welcome Center, mile marker 378 (3.5 miles south of the Florida/Georgia state line in Nassau County)

• I-4 Rest Area, mile marker 46 (2 miles east of S.R. 559/ Exit 44 in Polk County)

The SunPass Mini transponders retail for $4.99, plus applicable county sales tax. They can be purchased using cash or a credit card and then activated, mounted and ready for use in a matter of minutes.

SunPass is Florida's electronic, prepaid toll program with over 8 million transponders in circulation. SunPass customers always pay the lowest toll rate available and avoid any service charges associated with all-electronic tolling facilities throughout the state.

For more information regarding SunPass, the vending program or other methods of purchase, visit www.sunpass.com.

SunPass transponders now available in vending machines 08/26/13 [Last modified: Monday, August 26, 2013 5:20pm]
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