The Sunpass Mini sticker uses the windshield as its antenna. Once affixed, it can not be moved to another car. It also can not be used on motorcycles.
The Sunpass Portable transponder uses suction cups to stick to the windshield. It can be removed and put in another car, as you wish.
Florida is not currently connected to the E-ZPass system. You can not use an E-ZPass in Florida, unless that E-ZPass was issued in North Carolina. Otherwise, you must use cash, Pay-by-Plate, or acquire a SunPass.
SALES AND DELIVERY INFORMATION (Updated January 20, 2017):
TurnpikeInfo.com will obtain your Sunpass Mini® or Sunpass Portable® on your behalf and deliver your transponder, via U.S. Postal Mail, to the address you specify on this order form. At this time, TurnpikeInfo.com makes this service available for the delivery of Florida transponders only. Delivery service for other states will be added soon.
Your payment will be securely processed, and your payment information will never be stored on our servers or with any third-party vendor we use. You may use a credit card or PayPal®. You do not have to have a PayPal® account to place your order. You may use a credit card or debit card, regardless of which payment option you select.
Your Sunpass transponder(s) will be sent with delivery confirmation. Delivery is typically completed in seven days or less. Delivery may take longer in the event there are issues with your payment, or should special circumstances arise concerning your delivery address or location. None of your payment information is being retained by TurnpikeInfo.com.
When you receive your Sunpass transponder(s), it must still be activated.
Sunpass & the Sunpass logo are registered trademarks of Florida Department of Transportation."Life in the Sunpass Lane" is a registered trademark of Florida Department of Transportation and Florida's Turnpike Enterprise.