>Bill for Toll Evaders Passes State House
(Harrisburg, PA) -- A bill that would require the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission to notify an E-ZPass account holder of certain violations has passed the state house. It would cover notification for the first time a person incurs a video, aka v-toll, in a calendar year. V-tolls are charged when the E-ZPass system can't detect a transponder in a car as it gets on or off a turnpike or travels through a toll plaza. The car is then identified and charged based on the plate or registration information. The V-Toll bill is now in the senate for consideration there.