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ICC Drivers Now Need E-ZPass To Avoid Fine

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Any driver who enters the ICC after Wednesday without an E-ZPass electronic tolling transponder will find a fine in their mailbox a few days later.

Cameras mounted on the highway will take a photo of the license plates of drivers without E-ZPasses. Then the state will mail them a bill for the toll -- plus a $3 "service charge."

The ICC toll highway opened six weeks ago, with a grace period for drivers without the devices. That ends at one minute after midnight.

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