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Free SunPass Transponder for Florida's Turnpike and other Florida tollroutes

Florida Visitors, can now avoid Florida toll booth delays with a SunPass Mini Sticker. Snowbirds lined up to pay at Florida's many toll road booths have watched enviously as the "locals" zip through the fast SunPass commuter lanes without stopping. That has now changed.

For $4.99. visiting motorists (including Canadians and overseas visitors) can purchase a SunPass Mini sticker transponder which you place on the inside of your windshield. It's available at Visit Florida Welcome Centers located on all interstates entering the State, CVS pharmacies, Publix supermarkets, Navarro, Sedano's and at Florida Turnpike toll plaza gift shops and gas stations.

And it's free because your $4.99 is put back into your account as a credit when you register your SunPass either by phone or online.

Left: Purchase the SunPass Mini sticker for $4.95, in this convenient package;
Middle: Attach the sticker to the top of your windshield by the rear view mirror;
Right: Register your account; immediately start using the SunPass toll road lanes

Registering (for first time use) or replenishing the money in your account is easy; you simply phone the 1-888-865-5352 number during business hours and use your Visa or Mastercard to transfer the amount you anticipate you will be using for tolls. For security, you are not required to leave your credit card number on file.

Alternatively, you may register your SunPass online at, and click on the "Activate" tab. Replenishing the money in your account can also be done online. These phone and online services universal whether you are in the USA or in another country planning a visit to Florida.

More good news! As the Florida toll route authority moves towards a cashless system, motorists (even out-of-state visitors) are encouraged to use a SunPass. Those using the Sunpass (Mini or regular transponder) system receive a discounted toll rate and of course, move quickly through the electronic "drive through" lanes at toll plazas. Motorists without a SunPass may have to pay a premium toll once the state has moved to license reading cameras and out-of-state billing, to cover the added costs involved.

And even more good news! The SunPass folk are working on a reciprocity program with other U.S. toll routes such as the New York and New Jersey throughways. Soon, we may be able to use our SunPasses on many other toll routes throughout the USA.

For more information, click on for the Toll Authority's home page.