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New EZpass Transponder

by oryhara, published

New EZpass Transponder by oryhara May 5, 2013

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The new model EZpass. Designed this model in order to have a reference for modeling a new motocycle mount for it. Figure somebody else might find it useful, so here you go.

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I agree with the foolishness involved in stealing the transponder but thats the point I was trying to make. It would be more convenient to be able to pop it out and go if you needed to. Especially in a city like NY where idiots would take it just because it there.
A 'would-be' thief would have to be exceptionally retarded to steal a transponder, as they won't let you move it to a new account. I tried and they made me buy a new one. So you can impersonate someone until they figure out their transponder is stolen? save $0.22 per toll? it isn't even worth my time to care about, much less bother even thinking about removing my transponder from the bike. If someone is going to take 10 minutes to unscrew the transponder from my bike, then they can have it. I'll report it stolen and EZpass will cancel it and my insurance company buys me a new one. FIDO
This design is not meant for the ezpass to be permanently left in. I used a JJ Cycle pass holder for my old one so did all my friends and it was nice to be able to remove it if I go to a function where I may not be standing right next to my bike. A wood-be thief would unscrew it also given the time and opportunity.

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New Bike EZ Pass Holder
seen it, designed my own. I'd rather one that a would-be thief can't just unsnap my EZpass transponder from. It also looks like that one makes the transponder face the wrong way or mount behind the handlebar. Neither of which are ideal.
This design is not meant for the ezpass to be permanently left in. I used a JJ Cycle pass holder for my old one so did all my friends and it was nice to be able to remove it if I go to a function where I may not be standing right next to my bike. A wood-be thief would unscrew it also given the time and opportunity.
A 'would-be' thief would have to be exceptionally retarded to steal a transponder, as they won't let you move it to a new account. I tried and they made me buy a new one. So you can impersonate someone until they figure out their transponder is stolen? save $0.22 per toll? it isn't even worth my time to care about, much less bother even thinking about removing my transponder from the bike. If someone is going to take 10 minutes to unscrew the transponder from my bike, then they can have it. I'll report it stolen and EZpass will cancel it and my insurance company buys me a new one. FIDO
I agree with the foolishness involved in stealing the transponder but thats the point I was trying to make. It would be more convenient to be able to pop it out and go if you needed to. Especially in a city like NY where idiots would take it just because it there.
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