I have just one question. When towing a car behind a motorhome do you need a transponder in both vehicles or just the Rv?
The transponder is only used in the RV. The tool booths sense the toad as if it were a two axle trailer. If you have a transponder in the toad, put it in the shielded bag that came with it, or wrap it in foil.
2001 GBM Landau 34' Class A
F53 chassis, Triton V10, TST TPMS
Bigfoot Automatic Leveling System
2011 Toyota RAV4 4WD/Remco pump
ReadyBrute Elite tow bar/Blue Ox baseplate
You guys gotta read the book. When towing a"toad"....the toads' transponder must be removed or you will be charged almost double.
No matter...the toad itself (license plate) must be "registered". If you find yourself with a "temporary", say a U-Haul trailer, you must register that trailer (including license plate) for the duration....then go back into the site and remove it.
I've run the "Express Line" EZPass at 50-55 mph...never been advised of a problem. I do wish ALL tolls had these Express Lanes...
When I went to Fast Lane (that's what they call it in MA) they gave me 3 transponders, 1 for the MH & toad, 1 for just the MH, and 1 for just the SUV. The one for the SUV can be used either of my two cars. When traveling with the MH and toad the other two transponders are to be kept in special bag so they aren't detected.
Dave & Dolly
2013 Tiffin Phaeton 40 QTH
2008 Honda CRV
Blue Ox Tow Bar
US Gear Unified Brake