Bestpass adds OK to bypass network, reaches national toll road coverage

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bestpassToll bypass provider Bestpass has added 606 miles of Oklahoma toll roads to its network, which the company says gives it full coverage nationwide of U.S. toll roads.

Bestpass users will now be able to bypass all major U.S. tolls and receive one consolidated bill at the end of each month, the company says.

“When we started processing tolls with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, we added the final piece necessary to deliver a truly national tolling solution and to cover 100 percent of all major U.S. toll roads,” said John Andrews, president and CEO of Bestpass. “This is a huge milestone for Bestpass and a huge benefit to our customers.”

Oklahoma has 606 miles of toll roads, second in the nation behind Florida. By the end of the year, Bestpass customers will be able to use Bestpass Complete, a single device for national toll coverage.