CONCORD, N.H. —
Drivers in three New England states who blow through toll booths without paying may find they no longer have a vehicle to drive.
Transportation officials said the enforcement program closes the loophole of out-of-state drivers who ignore payment demands from states where they failed to pay tolls.
The three states will share access to motor vehicle records. Twenty toll violations will trigger a warning letter. Unpaid tolls and penalties exceeding $500 could result in suspension of or failure to renew a vehicle’s registration.
The one-year pilot program is in effect now.
The program applies to all toll evaders, regardless of whether they have E-ZPass transponders or not.