Toll facilities are rapidly eliminating toll tickets and staffed toll booths and moving to all-electronic-tolling (AET). This allows for uninterrupted travel at highway speeds.
Tolling technology comes in two versions: toll by plate and toll by transponder. Both reduce delays and hassles of toll tickets and toll booths. However, toll by plate and toll by transponder accomplish collecting tolls very differently. And those differences can affect a motor carrier's bottom line greatly.
Read this whitepaper, "The Pros and Cons of Truck Tolling by Plate," and learn how errors and delays in toll billing frequently occur in toll by plate systems, among other problems. In contrast, tolling by transponder is nearly 100% accurate. You will also read about real-world rate comparisons between toll by plate and toll by transponder.
Download this whitepaper and learn how you have a choice in which all-electronic tolling method you use, and which can save you money.