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What is K-Tag, NationalPass, PikePass, EZ Tag, TxTag

All these are tag transponders that you can install in your vehicle to pay tolls electronically.

What is K-Tag?

K-Tag, like E-ZPass on the east coast toll roads, is an electronic tag that you can install in your windshield to zoom through electronic toll gantries. Currently, K-TAGs can be used on the Kansas Turnpike and any toll roads (Authorized Facilities) in Oklahoma and Texas. 

What is NationalPass

NationalPass is a toll interoperability solution with seamless access to U.S. toll roads without managing multiple transponders or toll accounts. Travelers are considered local customers of all toll roads that accept NationalPass providing the lowest available toll rate.

What is PikePass?

PikePass is tag used by Oklahoma Turnpike System. Like other tags, it eliminated the need for motorists to stop and pay tolls.  The PikePass rate is an average 5% less than cash rate tolls.

What is TollTag (Texas)?

TollTag is tag issued by The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) that allows motorists to pay tolls without stopping at toll booths. Here is detailed informaton on TollTag.

What is TxTag (Texas)?

TxTag is tag issued by Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) that allows users to zip through the toll lanes. Here is detailed informaton on TxTag.

What is EZ TAG (Texas)?

EZ TAG is a tag used by tolling agencies Houston, Texas that allows motorists to pay tolls without stopping at toll booths. EZ TAG can also be used on all lanes of tolled roadways in Texas that accommodate electronic toll collection. Here is detailed informaton on EZ TAG.

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