EZ Pass MD Pay By Credit Card
- Allows EZ Pass account access to a user can pay a bill via credit card
- Other payment options include the ability for the user to stop by a Authority Stop-in Center and male a payment in person (but the most recommended way is using a credit card for automatic replenishment)
- The auto replenishment systems charges the EZ Pass Maryland customers credit card when their account balance drops below $10
Customers who know they will not be able to make a payment on time should stop using the E-ZPass transponder until their financial situation has improved. It should be noted that drivers who put the transponder in the glove compartment, under the passenger/driver seat, or in a car back seat pocket may prevent the transponder from being read.
EZ Pass Notes & Facts
- Customers who wish to stop using the transponder should place it in the “read prevent” bag
- Business account holders using a credit card to make account payments and are a credit card customer can expect their account to be replenished whenever the account balance is approximately 25 percent of the required advanced payment amount
- Check or cash paying customers will receive a low balance alert whenever their account reaches 50 percent of the replenishment amount
E-ZPass is an electronic-toll collection system that takes the hassle out of collecting tolls by eliminating cash, coins and toll tickets from the equation. The E-ZPass transponder should ALWAYS be attached to the drivers windshield. Customers who have placed the transponder in other places such as the cars sun visor, the rear-view mirror, or the dashboard have run into technical issues with the device not working consistently.
Contacting EZ Pass Maryland
- Via phone: 1.888.321.6824
- Payment by mail can be sent to Maryland Service Center, P.O. Box 17600, Baltimore, MD 21297-7600