To apply for an E-Z Pass in New York, visit E-ZPassNY.com, fill out the E-Z Pass application online, or print an application and submit it at a customer service location. You need your license plate numbers and a credit card or a checking account to fund your E-Z Pass account.
Twenty-six agencies in 15 states in the Northeast and Midwest accept EZPass on their toll roads, including the Tri-State area. Vermont and Connecticut are non-toll states and do not accept EZPass on any of their roads.
If an E-Z Pass stops working, or a new pass is needed, a replacement E-Z Pass can be purchased. The process can be started through a customer's online account, or at the nearest E-Z Pass location.
As of 2015, the E-ZPass Interagency Group is comprised of 25 agencies in 14 states, each with its own telephone number. The official E-ZPass Interagency Group website offers links to its individual agency websites and contact information, including their respective telephone numbers.
Maryland accepts E-ZPass payments by credit card, check, money order and cash. Customers have three options for making payments, including online, in person or by mail.
One way to find the phone number for a specific state's E-ZPass customer-service department is to do a Google search of a phrase such as "E-ZPass customer service" followed by the name of the state. The toll-free phone number for E-ZPass customer service varies by state.
As of 2015, E-ZPass does not sell pass holders for cars, although some states, such as Massachusetts, allow customers to order extra fastener strips. Customers wishing to buy E-ZPass holders can purchase them online at sites such as Amazon or AutoZone. The pass holder attaches to the inside windshie
An E-ZPass works on any toll roads that have designated E-ZPass lanes. The states with toll roads participating in the E-ZPass programs are mainly in the northeastern and mid-Atlantic portions of the United States.
Private vehicle owners can order the Massachusetts E-ZPass from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) website. Once activated, the pass works on all MassDOT E-ZPass toll roads, including the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Form 1040EZ is available directly from the IRS website. As of February 2015, a link to the form appears on the left side of the homepage under Forms and Pubs.