When you are considering E-ZPass, Sunpass, TxTag, Toll Tag, I-Pass or any of the many available options, you want to consider where you drive the most. Often, that means your home state.
We have complete guides for ordering your toll transponder and for managing your account online.
For toll pass basics, to see instructions for properly installing a transponder, or to see a comprehensive road-by-road compatibility list, use the options directly below.
Pick a road or state for all ordering options in that state, as well as to find comprehensive information about each type of pass.
Most states' and many regions' toll agencies have their version of an electronic toll sticker or transponder, from E-ZPass and compatible transponders like I-Pass and Sunpass, to more regional and local networks, like TxTag, K-Tag or California's FasTrak.
In most jurisdictions, using a transponder means you pay cheaper tolls, as many agencies discount toll rates for drivers using transponders. The discounts can be substantial for regular haulers and commuters, who may need to use a specific road or group of roads on a consistent basis.
There are also commuter discount programs, carpool discounts, special trucker discounts and other programs for heavy users of toll roads and, in particular, bridges.
See “Install Toll Pass” for transponder mounting instructions
which passes are taken on each road? See our Toll Pass List page
The SunPass was originally used primarily on state and local toll roads in Florida; however, with the release of the SunPass Pro in 2021, followed by expanded compatibility beginning in 2023, SunPass has surpassed E-ZPass as the most widely-accepted toll transponder in the country.
The SunPass Pro is compatible with all E-ZPass roads. E-ZPass transponders and stickers are also compatible on Florida toll roads. Because of the E-ZPass compatibility, SunPass Pro is also valid for use in Illinois, and the Illinios I-Pass may be used in Florida.
SunPass Pro is additionally compatible with PikePass in Oklahoma and K-Tag in Kansas, and it may be used on Oklahoma and Kansas toll roads. It is also compatible with toll roads in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. In Texas, the SunPass is compatible specifically with the NTTA TollTag.
The SunPass Mini, a sticker-type transponder, is not compatible with E-ZPass, but it is compatible with PikePass, K-Tag, and the NTTA TollTag.
It is important to note that SunPass stickers and transponders issued before May 28, 2021 are only compatible with Georgia and North Caroilna toll roads.
The LeeWay, issued in the Fort Myers area, is compatible with the SunPass network system, as well as PikePass and K-Tag. Leeway is not compatible with E-ZPass.
The accompanying graphics show where each version of SunPass is compatible, and it displays the passes that are compatible with the network of states shown.
SunPass Pro vs. SunPass Mini Compatiblity:
As of 2023, the E-ZPass system is the second-largest interoperable toll collection and payment system in the United States, and by far the most recognizable, having held the number one slot, in terms of geographic acceptance, until the beginning of 2023.
States connected to the E-ZPass system include Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia.
Additionally, as of May 28, 2021, all of Florida's toll roads are compatible with E-ZPass.
TxTag is the statewide pass used across the state of Texas. There are two other major regional systems in Texas: the TollPass from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and the TollTag from the Houston area. Both systems are compatible across the state of Texas.
Additionally, all passes from Texas may be used in Oklahoma and Kansas, and vice versa. The Kansas K-Tag and the Oklahoma PikePass are also compatible across this tri-state region of the Southern Plains.
PikePass is issued in Oklahoma; K-Tag is issued in Kansas. As of 2023, the PikePass and K-Tag are compatible with Florida toll roads and the SunPass Pro system, which has now become the largest transponder network in the country, in terms of geographic acceptance.
FasTrak is California's statewide electronic toll system. It is not compatible with systems outside California.
There are other toll systems in states that operate toll roads, tunnels and/or bridges. These include Colorado's ExpressToll and Go Pass!, the Good To Go pass in Washington State, as well as various bridge passes and cards that are used at international crossings between the United States and Canada.
See our “Install Toll Pass” section for complete mounting instructions for your toll pass.
To find out which passes are taken on each road, please refer to our Toll Pass List page, which you can access below.
Each state and its available toll pass agencies is shown. Select "More Info" to get complete private and commercial account information.
Select "Order Pass" to be taken to the agency's ordering and account management site - this will open a new tab.