Rush To Replace E-ZPass Transponders Prompts Two-Month Extension

Aug 26, 2015

Credit flickr/Virginia Department of Transportation

New Hampshire E-ZPass customers now have more time to replace their old transponders before losing out on the discounted toll rate.

State transportation officials say those with non-working transponders will be charged the full rate after Nov. 1.

The department pushed back the original date of Sept. 1, after overwhelming customer response and long lines at the state’s three E-ZPass service centers.

The state announced earlier this year that transponders purchased more than nine years ago may be nearing the end of their battery life.

New transponders can be purchased online or at one of the three service centers.