- Associated Press - Wednesday, August 26, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire is giving its E-ZPass customers more time to replace their old transponders.

It’s been 10 years since the state started its E-ZPass electronic tolling system, and some of the oldest transponders are nearing the end of their battery life.

Customers with transponders that are at least nine years old are being asked to check their account statements. If their license plate numbers are listed instead of their transponder numbers, the transponder isn’t working.

State transportation officials say those with non-working transponders will be charged the full toll after Nov. 1.

The department pushed back the original date of Sept. 1 due to long lines at the state’s three E-ZPass service centers.

New transponders can be purchased online or at one of the three service centers.

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