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Florida tolls with a rental car.

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I'm a little confused about how the tolls work in Florida with a rental car. I do know that my recent Hertz and my upcoming Dollar rentals both say if you encounter a "no cash or credit card accepted" toll booth, that their system kicks in with the license plate recognition -- at a fee of the toll plus a $15 per occurrence charge (with a cap of something like $90.

But I was told most other devices will work on those tolls. For example, if I take my "EasyPass" device from New Jersey area, will it work on those Florida tolls?

Fortunately on my recent trip to Miami and Ft. Lauderdale from Naples, I was able to pay cash for all tolls, but just checking in the event I run into one of those unmanned booths that don't allow you to do that. A charge of $15 for a 25 cent toll for example seems excessive to me!

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