How do you calculate the tolls on I-95?

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Not all parts of I-95 has tolls. If you are on the Maine Turnpike traveling from York to West Gardiner, Maine, the toll is $5 in 2013. There are no tolls in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and every state south of Maryland does not charge tolls.
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95 is not a toll road in MD though I believe it's 1 dollar to go through the tunnel in Baltimore. Also, there is a $5 toll eastbound over the susquehanna in MD (Harford/Cecil counties
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I believe that it changes for what time of the day it is when I was on it in
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The Internal Revenue Service sets the standard mileage rate which may vary from year to year based on the IRS's estimate of how much it costs to operate a vehicle. At times the IRS
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The construction of many parkways and turnpikes is financed by bonds (loans) issued by states (for example) The bonds are purchased by people. They are basically loans by people to
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How to Calculate the Tolls on I-95
When traveling along Interstate 95 on the East Coast, drivers should expect to pay a toll in some states. The highway has several tolls along the northbound and southbound routes that require payment either by cash or EZ Pass. An EZ Pass is a credit... More »
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