ExpressToll makes no sense to me. Why do I have to have a stupid plastic box stuck to my windshield in order to get a better rate?
I have the dumb box, but the majority of the time the license plate cameras capture the toll anyway.
So obviously, the transponder isn't actually required. They figured out I was there, and they figured out that it was my account and not a random driver. Why do I need the transponder?
In fact how many of you have ever changed the battery in your transponder? One of mine has a battery test button (not the other), but why would I ever click it? Why put it in the window? Why do I need the transponder?
I set up an account with these guys a long time ago. I think that makes me a 'better' customer than one who hasn't (they get my money ahead of time). But because I'm a better customer, I have to stick a brick on my window? I'm clearly not understanding the logic here. Why do I need this transponder?
I just leave them at home on my workbench now. It seems to make no difference, yet…..
I was on the toll way last week and they were broadcasting on the big signs a plea to make sure you attach your transponder to your windshield. I suspect people (like me) have stopped doing it because the basic logic of the situation says, why?
Am I missing something here? This whole situation is making no sense to me.