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Paying Electronic Toll for Crossing Golden Gate Bridge

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I've been trying to figure out the best/cost effective way for paying the toll for crossing the GG bridge in a rental car. I thought I would do the one time online option, but reading about it, makes it sound as off any crossings for 30 days will be charged to my credit card. We would be turning the rental car back the day after crossing the bridge and would not want to be responsible for others using the same rental car crossing the bridge. Here's the wording and perhaps I am not understanding. https://www.bayareafastrak.org/vector/forte/cgi_bin/forteisapi.dll?serviceName=ETCAccountWebSO&templateName=videosignup/OpenOTPAccount.html

Alternately we can make a one time cash payment, but then we must find a location to do this. At this point that seems like the best option.

I will check with the rental car company, Enterprise, but I am making an assumption their "convenience fee" may be some ridiculous amount.

Any suggestions? Thanks!

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