If you commute for work, live in a tolling region or have ever unexpectedly encountered a toll road, you know the stress of wondering how you’re going to pay for the tolls. With Peasy, these stresses are eliminated with our revolutionary new tolling system:
1. No more slow-moving cash lanes
Sitting in the cash lane means you have a front row seat to the people zipping by in the electronic toll lanes next to you. Instead of waiting while the cars in front of you sort the spare change from their glove box, join the happy drivers in the fast lane.
2. No new hardware
Peasy works alongside your transponders and existing hardware. In fact, Peasy doesn’t require hardware at all in most cases. Your account links to your preferred method for an easy, seamless integration.
3. Save time and money
If you’ve ever received a toll fine, you know that a $3 toll charge can turn in to a $50 headache if you haven’t planned how to pay for your tolls. Peasy makes late penalties a thing of the past with a pay-as-you-go system that uses your billing information to pay your tolls right away and with no management from you.
4. Toll coverage away from home
Peasy has toll coverage in multiple states and toll regions* which means that crossing borders and experiencing new places is no problem at all. If you’ve ever had to pay tolls online in multiple regions, you know what a time and stress-saver this is. Peasy makes road trips easier.
The unknowns of pre-funding an account is an inefficient way to manage your toll accounts and the surprise auto-debits can be wasteful. Peasy is built around a pay-as-you-go process so that you don’t have to pre-load or worry at all when passing through tolls. It’s easy. Which you probably figured out from our name.
Subscribing is easy. But nothing is as joyously easy as driving right through a toll and not giving it a first, second or third thought. Visit drivepeasy.com to learn more about our game-changing service and to set up your account today.
*Some exclusions apply. View the Peasy coverage map for details.