Better think twice the next time you want to toss some change into an exact change toll booth on the Garden State Parkway that doesn’t add up to the exact toll. The Star Ledger reports today that by the end of the summer the Parkway will be cracking down on toll booth violators who throw inexact change, boardwalk tokens, and other objects into the booth in an attempt to skip the toll. A new video system will be installed to catch people who try to cheat the system. The New Jersey Turnpike Authority estimates that $4 million in revenue is lost each year at exact change toll booths.
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