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Order your E-ZPass Transponder or E-ZPass sticker for delivery today, and your transponder will usually arrive in less than a week.
Ohio is on the E-ZPass electronic toll collection network, so any transponder that displays the E-ZPass or IPass logo will be accepted in Ohio.
The E-ZPass can be purchased from vending machines at all Ohio Turnpike service plazas or ordered online.
Ohio offers both pre-paid and post-paid E-ZPass options for individuals and businesses. All options require you open an E-ZPass account where funds and payments may be managed.
The pre-paid option requires that you have money on your account and maintain money on account in order to pay for tolls as they are incurred.
The post-paid option may be of value for commuters or businesses that spend a minimum of $1,000 per year on tolls. This option does require a surety bond; however, for large fleets, the post-paid option may be of benefit. For interstate haulers, this could be quite useful for travel among other E-ZPass states.