The Pennsylvania Turnpike is trying to shame trucking firms and other commercial haulers into paying more than $1.5 million in unpaid tolls.
One firm, Green Coast Logistics of South Plainfield, New Jersey, owes the bulk of that money, more than $678,000 stemming from more than 7,000 violations.
The violations occur when vehicles drive through EZPass lanes and don't have an electronic toll-paying device attached — or don't have enough money in their EZPass account to cover the tolls.
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The turnpike commission on Tuesday listed the top 24 commercial scofflaws, who owe more than $1.5 million stemming from thousands of violations.
Ten of the top 24 are from New Jersey, and eight are from Pennsylvania. The rest are from Virginia, Ohio, Illinois and — surprisingly — Arizona.
The biggest offender from New Jersey is Natural Stone Wholesalers in Williamstown. The company owes $79,659.30 in back tolls, the turnpike commission said.
Green Coast and Natural Stone hasn't commented.