We are renting a car in Boston and driving along the coast - Rockport, York, Portland, Camden and on to Bar Harbor. From Bar Harbor we will go into New Hampshire to Jackson and then to Vermont - Stowe, Bennington, and Woodstock. From Woodstock, we will return to Boston. We are there for the scenic drives - not the interstates. However, I am not sure if we will be able to avoid the toll roads completely. My question is - do most of the toll roads require a pass or can you pay cash at toll booths? I don't want to pay the fee to the rental car company for using the pass if I can avoid it. Thanks!
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