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With summer just around the corner, many of us are probably planning trips that involve renting cars in various locations. As more and more highways in North America move toward cashless toll systems, we can pretty much plan on two things:
• Traffic will be (somewhat) alleviated.
• Rental car companies will find a way to monetize this system, often at the expense of the consumer (read: us).
Essentially, when you drive through a cashless toll, the monitoring system picks up on your license plate or tag number, and bills you for the cost of the toll.
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