11.07.07.04

.04 Terms and Conditions for E-ZPass Account Holders.

A. An E-ZPass account holder acknowledges and agrees to comply with the Agreement when opening an E-ZPass account.

B. Discount Toll Programs.

(1) The Authority may establish different types of discount toll programs.

(2) 2-axle Vehicle Discount Toll Programs.

(a) E-ZPass account holders may purchase approved discount toll programs that have a number of trips which are valid for a specified period of time.

(b) Trips not used within the period of time specified in the applicable discount toll program are no longer valid.

(c) Refunds or credits may not be issued for unused trips.

(3) Multi-Axle Vehicle Discount Toll Programs. An E-ZPass account holder may receive a toll discount based on the volume of use by vehicles included on their E-ZPass account.

C. An E-ZPass account holder shall maintain sufficient funds within the E-ZPass account in accordance with the Agreement.

D. If at any time an E-ZPass account balance is insufficient to pay tolls due, an E-ZPass account holder remains liable for the toll and the Authority shall:

(1) Send a NOTD in accordance with Regulation .06 of this chapter;

(2) Issue a Citation after failure to pay a NOTD in accordance with Regulation .07 of this chapter; and

(3) Collect the toll due and any civil penalties that accrue in accordance with Regulation .08 of this chapter.

E. An E-ZPass account holder remains responsible for updating account information with the Authority in accordance with the Agreement. Failure to keep the E-ZPass account information current does not relieve the account holder of liability for tolls due.

F. The use of the transponder is transferable between vehicles listed on an E-ZPass account.

G. Speed Violations — Procedures.

(1) A speed violation notice may be sent per E-ZPass account for E-ZPass private and business accounts.

(2) Notice of Warning for a Speed Violation. A warning notice may be sent for the first speed violation in a toll lane and the notice shall include the consequences for receiving a second violation.

(3) Notice of E-ZPass Account Suspension for a Speed Violation.

(a) E-ZPass account suspension for a speed violation is the temporary invalidation by the Authority of an E-ZPass account holder’s privilege to use a transponder or an established E-ZPass account for toll collection in all states where E-ZPass is accepted.

(b) An E-ZPass account suspension notice may be sent for a second speed violation in a toll lane occurring within 180 days of the first speed violation for which notice has been given by the Authority.

(c) An E-ZPass account suspension notice shall notify the E-ZPass account holder that their E-ZPass account privileges are being suspended for 60 days, and shall include the beginning date and ending date of the E-ZPass account suspension of privileges.

(d) An E-ZPass account suspension notice shall include the consequences of any speed violation or attempt to use the E-ZPass account while under suspension.

(4) Notice of E-ZPass Account Closure for a Speed Violation.

(a) An E-ZPass account closure notice may be sent for the third speed violation in a toll lane occurring within 180 days of the first speed violation for which notice has been given by the Authority.

(b) An E-ZPass account closure notice shall notify the E-ZPass account holder that their E-ZPass account privileges are being terminated, and shall specify the effective date of the E-ZPass account closure.

(c) An E-ZPass account closure notice shall include the consequences of any attempt to use the E-ZPass account once closed.

(5) The Authority may issue speed violation notices by email or first class U.S. mail.