The holidays are here. As you travel to reunite with family and friends, go with Uni. Uni lets you travel nonstop through 19 states with just one toll account. That means just one toll account, no matter where your travels take you. And, you’ll save UNIversally over cash and Pay By Plate toll rates.

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Uni is a product of E-PASS, Florida’s first toll pass created in 1994, with 97% customer satisfaction ratings year over year. Plus, Uni customers enjoy all the benefits of E-PASS including:

  • Save up to 30% over cash customers
  • Exclusive volume toll discounts
  • One account no matter where you drive in the 19 states
  • No account fees
  • Movable from car to car
  • Works with rental cars and on motorcycles
  • Pays for parking at Orlando International Airport

E-PASS also offers toll stickers that work on all toll roads in FL, GA and NC. If you are interested in learning more about the free E-PASS Sticker or college-branded toll sticker transponders, click the button.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I have an E-PASS Xtra, will it still work in all 19 states?

Yes. Your E-PASS Xtra will continue to work throughout 19 states and be fully supported as part of the E-PASS family of products.


What is Uni?

Uni is a portable toll pass that works in 19 states. Uni is a product of E-PASS, Florida’s first toll pass created in 1994, that allows drivers to automatically pay tolls on expressways seamlessly from Florida to Maine and west to Minnesota.

Uni works throughout 19 states with all the benefits of E-PASS including:

  • One account no matter where you drive in the 19 states
  • No account fees
  • Movable from car to car
  • Works with rental cars and on motorcycles
  • Pays for parking at Orlando International Airport

How is Uni different from E-PASS or E-PASS Xtra?

Uni, initially launched as E-PASS Xtra, offers all the same benefits and features with newer, future-ready toll technologies.

E-PASS Xtra customers can be assured that your E-PASS Xtra will continue to work throughout 19 states and be fully supported as part of the E-PASS family of products.

Uni has recently replaced the E-PASS Portable as our portable transponder option within the E-PASS suite of products. Uni offers all the benefits of E-PASS Portable plus the added feature that Uni works throughout 19 states from Florida to Maine and west to Minnesota.

E-PASS Portable customers can be assured that E-PASS Portable will continue to work throughout FL, GA and NC and will be fully supported by CFX.


Where can I use Uni?

Uni works on all toll roads and most bridges in 19 states:

  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • Rhode Island
  • Indiana
  • Georgia
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • Minnesota
  • North Carolina
  • New Jersey
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Kentucky
  • Virginia
  • Pennsylvania
  • Maine
  • West Virginia
  • New York
  • Ohio

Plus, you can use your Uni to pay for parking at Orlando International Airport.

Uni is fully compatible with E-PASS, SunPass, LeeWay, PeachPass, NC QuickPass, E-ZPass, RiverLink, I-PASS and QuickPass toll systems.

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Where can I get Uni?

Uni is available for order through E-PASS. Both new and existing E-PASS customers can get Uni:

    1. Online here
    2. Via the E-PASS App, available for download on the App Store or Google Play Store
    3. By calling the E-PASS Customer Service Center at (407) 823-7277 or 1-800-353-7277, Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM and Saturday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
    4. In person at the E-PASS Service Center: 525 South Magnolia Ave Orlando, FL 32801
      Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 6 PM & Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM
    5. At Amazon

Note: New E-PASS customers must first follow the steps to open an E-PASS account.

Make sure to have the following information on hand when opening your E-PASS account:

  • Contact information
  • Email address
  • Driver’s license number
  • License plate number(s) and state where issued
  • Model/make/year/color of vehicle(s)
  • Credit/debit card to activate your account with a minimum of $10 in prepaid tolls

What if I already have an E-PASS but want a Uni?

You can simply order the new Uni and add it to your existing E-PASS account in the following ways:

  1. Online where you manage your E-PASS account
  2. Via the E-PASS App, available for download on the App Store or Google Play Store
  3. Call the E-PASS Customer Service Center at (407) 823-7277 or 1-800-353-7277, Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM and Saturday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
  4. In person at the E-PASS Service Center: 525 South Magnolia Ave Orlando, FL 32801
    Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 6 PM & Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM

Uni is also available at Amazon. Be sure to follow the steps to activate it once your Uni arrives.

Remove previous E-PASS transponder(s) from your vehicle before installing your new Uni to avoid duplicate toll transactions.


How much does Uni cost?

Uni costs $14.95, plus tax and $10 to activate your E-PASS prepaid toll account (unless you already have an E-PASS account with that minimum balance).

With Uni, there are no annual contracts or monthly account fees.


Are there any monthly or annual account fees with Uni?

No. There are no monthly account fees and no annual contracts with Uni or any of our E-PASS products.


If I have a SunPass and other transponder(s), can I combine them into a single Uni account?

No. Uni is a product of E-PASS. Uni combines the functionality of all transponders plus gives you extra benefits including volume toll discounts on CFX roads, and local customer service in Central Florida.

To receive all the benefits of Uni, open an E-PASS account and order your Uni online, by phone or at Amazon. Once your Uni arrives, remove any other toll transponder from your vehicle before you install it. If you had a SunPass account, please be sure to contact them and let them know you want to close your account. If you have more than one transponder in your car, you could be double-billed.