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Old 08-06-2007, 01:54 PM   #21
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lol i mean its a sticker and you have to put it somewhere and theres no wau the thing cant read it and if you get a ticket to running through the ez tag lane by that lazy leo. then you can say hey a$$hat the stickers on the helmet no go pull someone else over thats kidnapping someone instead of writing a ticket for not paying for driving on a public road which we pay fr gas which is taxed and insurance and most people dont even collect
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Old 08-06-2007, 01:56 PM   #22
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:21 PM   #23
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box = $1/mos
sticker = free
When they did the big box-to-sticker conversion, I asked about that and they told me they would no longer charge $1/month to rent the box tag since they don't offer any alternatives for bikes.

I don't pay $3/month for a detailed statement though, so I could be getting charged and not know it.

Anyone have clarification on this?
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:24 PM   #24
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You should be able to log in on the website and see the detailed charge history... http://hctra.org
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:42 PM   #25
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Hey do we have to change out the battery's on the little box thingy? cuz some one told me we were obligated to do so but i haven't been able to find anything on that.
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:44 PM   #26
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ive had mine since they came out and have never changed a battery
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:48 PM   #27
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:topsecretyou want to know what scares me...

those signs that say not responsible for guard rail/ arm damage. those things are fast and they look like it would hurt if they hit you. be careful i don't trust them.
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:48 PM   #28
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shoot...my mom told me to exchange mine because of the battery 2 years ago...i'm still using it, and it's still charging me!
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or just drive on the white line ?
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Maybe you didn't see the last part of my original post...

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Thanks in advance. (and no, don't tell me to go running the tolls, etc...)
I prefer to stay legal beagle. Sportbikes already have a bad enough rap. I don't need to add to the reasons.
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lol i mean its a sticker and you have to put it somewhere and theres no wau the thing cant read it and if you get a ticket to running through the ez tag lane by that lazy leo. then you can say hey a$$hat the stickers on the helmet no go pull someone else over thats kidnapping someone instead of writing a ticket for not paying for driving on a public road which we pay fr gas which is taxed and insurance and most people dont even collect
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or just drive on the white line ?
There was a thread on this a while back and somebody posted up pics put out by the toll people. It should that the cameras take in BOTH entire lanes in one shot, so no matter where you are in EITHER lane they got you. If you have tried the white line trick and gotten away with it, you were just lucky.
I mean, do you really think that with toll roads all over the world, they have'nt figured that out yet?
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There was a thread on this a while back and somebody posted up pics put out by the toll people. It should that the cameras take in BOTH entire lanes in one shot, so no matter where you are in EITHER lane they got you. If you have tried the white line trick and gotten away with it, you were just lucky.
I mean, do you really think that with toll roads all over the world, they have'nt figured that out yet?
i think it works because u dont cross that metal plate on the ground which is not on the white line.

i done the toll trick plenty of time when i used to ride with big groups and never received a toll ticket.
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How would they know when you ordered it online?

That question has never come up with mine
Here's an excerpt from the application that you fill out when you apply for an ez-tag. Read part D.

1. General “Rules of the Road” for Your EZ Account
A. Customer agrees to maintain a HCTRA EZ Account in good standing.
B. Customer agrees to use dedicated EZ TAG lanes to enter, ride, or exit the toll road. When Customer uses a non-EZ TAG lane,
Customer understands and agrees to pay the cash toll rate and the Customer’s EZ Account will not be charged.
C. Customer agrees to mount and display the EZ TAG (as applicable) in accordance with instructions provided by HCTRA. NOTE:
vehicles without an EZ TAG may not work at HCTRA gated lanes or be valid for access at some or all HCTRA partner facilities.
D. Customer agrees to mount and display the license plate without any obstruction (careful of your trailer hitch or plate frame!) and in
accordance with any instructions provided upon receipt of the license plate.
E. To ensure safety, our Customer shall comply with all applicable traffic laws, posted speed limits when approaching or passing
through EZ TAG lanes, and shall come to a complete stop prior to passing through any gated EZ TAG lanes.
F. Customer agrees to inform HCTRA of changes in information that impact the EZ Account, immediately notifying HCTRA of changes in
address, contact, ownership, payment, vehicle, and/or license plate information before using HCTRA or HCTRA-partnered facilities.
G. Our Customer shall be fully responsible for all charges arising from the use of the EZ Account. HCTRA agrees to provide timely
deactivation of an EZ Account or its associated EZ TAGs/license plates (as applicable) upon the request of the Customer. Charges will
continue to accrue and be the responsibility of the Customer until a change in status (i.e. lost, stolen, etc.) has been made.
H. Use of dedicated EZ TAG lanes by a non-EZ-Account holder, or a Customer whose EZ Account is not in good standing, violates State
Law (Transportation Code 284.070 – Failure/Refusal to Pay Toll) and will result in a violation. Violating vehicles are automatically
photographed by cameras at the toll plazas, and photographs obtained for prosecution of these violations will include the license
plate. An Unpaid Toll / Violation notice, including the assessed toll and any associated administrative fees, will be sent with the
accompanying photograph(s) to the last known address on record and used in court.
I. EZ Account Customer is eligible for no more than one (1) violation administrative fee waiver in a twelve (12) month period upon
request, and no more than three (3) in the life of the EZ Account. HCTRA provides our valued Customers with the right to protest a
toll charge, a toll charge amount, or any other fee within ninety (90) days of the transaction posting to the EZ Account.
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