More than 340 toll facilities operate in the U.S., generating billions of dollars every year. Much of this toll revenue comes from truck fleets, which have seen toll rates jump dramatically over the past decade. At the same time, motor carriers often enjoy less traffic, convenient truck parking, no stop signs and improved productivity by using toll roads.
The newly-released PrePass whitepaper, “A Guide to Trucking Toll Costs in America,” shows how toll facilities operate and why rates continue to climb. The paper also reveals how fleets can avoid tolling pitfalls and actually save money.
For instance, did you know that your toll payment method can affect your toll road costs and impact your safety? Are you up to speed on maximum tolls, plate read costs, vehicle misclassifications and peak tolling times? Have you balanced the costs and benefits of using toll facilities? What steps should you take to challenge toll discrepancies and violations? You can find the in the new PrePass whitepaper, “A Guide to Trucking Toll Costs in America.”
Congress is once again debating the best way to build and pay for our country’s infrastructure. The expanded use of toll facilities plays into that debate. Whatever lawmakers decide, motor carriers will still have more than 340 toll facilities across the nation and increasing toll rates awaiting them.
Be ready to maximize your time, safety and money by downloading the free PrePass whitepaper, “A Guide to Trucking Toll Costs in America.”