EZ Pass Holder Reviews

below are reviews for different EZ Pass Holders, I Pass Holders, Fastlane Pass Holders, I Pass Holders, I Zoom Holders

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Super EZ Pass Holder

This product is as simple as it appears. It’s a single clear plastic piece with a suction cup on the back and eliminates the need to use the Velcro. Advertises that it works with EZ Pass, I Pass, I Zoom, Fastrak. The suction cup seems to work okay but it does not disguise your EZ Pass in any way since the holder is clear so if you don’t care about looks this seems to be your simplest and possibly cheapest option.

$5.99 on their website

 

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E-Z Pal

This one is black and serves as sort of a container for the EZ Pass. It’s easy to install as you just slip it into the container but it looks very shiny and plastic (because it is). Also, the EZ Pass sticks out a bit on the top and the suction cup did not cling to the windshield as well as other suction cup holders probably because of the added weight. Overall I like the fact that this is black instead of clear but it could still have been designed better.

 $5.99 on their website

 

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T Case  - Tonic Concepts

This one gives you the option of leaving your EZ Pass on the windshield or the unique option of leaving it on your dashboard. I know that the instructions on the EZ Pass say to put it on the windshield but it does seem to work on the dashboard. It stays there using the free non-slip pad they provide which is cut to fit under their case which, by the way, is leather and looks nice. The non-slip pad is not permanent and can come on and off kind of like a sticky mousepad. If you choose to leave your EZ-Pass on your dashboard, this case is built around the existing footprint of your EZ Pass like a glove and does not require you to do anything. They also supply velcro, exactly like the ones that come with the original EZ Pass but in black. It’s definitely not the cheapest but this is definitely the one that I am going to use myself as will anyone who care about the look of their car. Several color options.

$6.50 - $29.50 on Amazon and their website

 

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e-Z Pass Suction Cup Mount

It looks like a generic version of the EZ Clip although I cannot say for sure who came first. It comes in black and is plastic with two suction cups for increased stability. It’s not much for looks but servers the purpose and holds everything in place.

$5.99 on their website


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EZ-Clip

This holder is pretty popular and can be found at convenience stores. Its plastic like the others but comes in white and black with 3 suction cups and pretty simple mounting, just slide it in. It seems to cling well to my windshield. It does not look as terrible as most of the other suction cup holders but I would group it as more functional than aesthetic.

$6.69 on Amazon

 

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Logo Toll Tags

You are pretty much just paying for an $11.00 sticker that you stick on your windshield (good luck ever removing it). Afterwards you are re-doing the initial setup with velcro. If you already have velcro on your windshield you are going to have to buy some replacement veclro too. The only good thing about this option is that they have a few sports team logos available but that doesn’t change the fact that this is just a big sticker.

$10.95 on their website