Golden Gate Bridge Tolls (November Plenary)

John Geldman (jgeldman) jgeldman at
Fri Nov 7 16:26:15 PST 2014

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The way tolls work, if you charge it, it will come, eventually.
Count yourself lucky if you get a bill in 1-2 weeks.
It typically takes 2 months for Hertz to catch up to me, and then the charge
is carefully disguised as an unspecified charge from American Traffic
Solutions (no trip date information is available through our systems).
John Geldman
From: owner-t10 at [mailto:owner-t10 at] On Behalf Of Paul
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2014 3:22 PM
To: Paul Suhler; T10 E-mail Reflector (t10 at
Subject: RE: Golden Gate Bridge Tolls (November Plenary)
In the past, I have received bills for tolls from the rental car agency,
albeit with a surcharge and 1-2 weeks after the fact.
Paul Wassenberg
From: owner-t10 at<mailto:owner-t10 at> [mailto:owner-t10 at]
On Behalf Of Paul Suhler
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2014 3:15 PM
To: T10 E-mail Reflector (t10 at<mailto:t10 at>)
Subject: Golden Gate Bridge Tolls (November Plenary)
Hi, all.
Yesterday or the day before it was said that we could pay the bridge tolls
for our rental cars by going online.  I did so (FasTrak web site) and when I
entered the license plate number was informed that it was associated with
another [sic] account and that I had to call FasTrak.  I've been on hold a
long time.
Does anyone have any better ideas for thsis?
Paul A. Suhler, PhD
Research Staff Member
HGST Research
paul.suhler at
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