BestPass Press Release: Discounts on NY Tolls
Major Discount: BESTPASS, Inc. Offers Commercial Vehicles a Way to Avoid New York’s Recent 5%+ Toll Increase
ALBANY, NY – Jan. 5, 2010 – On the heels of New York’s recent five percent rate hike starting January 1, BESTPASS, Inc. announces an alternative for commercial vehicles to avoid the increase, saving thousands of dollars annually. Effective immediately, BEST PASS is offering all commercial vehicles a 5-20 percent (5-20%) discount on the New York State Thruway usage, enabling its clients to offset the toll increase altogether.
BESTPASS’ offers discounts to all of our clients on tolls in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. There is no minimum spending requirement. This discount is available to all commercial drivers.
BESTPASS, Inc. understands that the toll raise in New York will sharply impact all motor carriers as well as the taxi and bus industry.
Each day commercial vehicles waste valuable time and money at tollbooths and weigh-stations. If these vehicles are still paying cash for tolls they may be spending up to 30 percent (30%) more than they need to and wasting time in toll lanes. BESTPASS constantly monitors the changing landscape in toll roads and works hard to maximize discounts for commercial vehicles.
“Our goal is to make this transition easier by making toll discounts available to all commercial drivers. We want to save people money in these current economic times,” said John Andrews, president of BESTPASS. “We have received a great deal of positive feedback regarding the savings received by our 800+ clients.”
E-ZPass offers substantial discounts to users in most areas. Both PrePass and NORPASS offer time saving weigh-station bypass. Commercial trucks could benefit from one, two or all three of these systems. BESTPASS can help pick the right combination for any operation.
To realize immediate risk free, no cost savings on commercial toll usage, contact BESTPASS today at 888-410-9696 or visit www.bestpass.com.
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Posted on Wed, January 6, 2010