ATS Provides Toll Service to Fox Rent-A-Car

Photo by Amy Winter-Hercher.
Photo by Amy Winter-Hercher.

American Traffic Solutions Fleet Services (ATS) has partnered with Fox Rent-A-Car to offer rental customers the PlatePass All-Inclusive toll payment service.

Fox customers can now purchase the toll service at the rental counter for one flat daily rate, which covers the costs of all in-network tolls incurred during their rental.

PlatePass is an electronic toll payment and management solution that allows drivers to skip the cash tolling lanes and take advantage of all-electronic, cashless tollways while they travel, according to the company.

"ATS is thrilled to partner with the team at Fox Rent-A-Car, and we are looking forward to a long-lasting relationship,” said Craig Cheatle, ATS Fleet Services' vice president business development and account management. "Together, we have introduced value-added service offerings that are centered on improving the customer experience."

PlatePass coverage is available to Fox Rent-A-Car customers in Florida, Northern California, Colorado, Washington and Texas.

"We are delighted to partner with ATS to improve our services and tolling options to Fox customers," said Sean Busking, Fox Rent-A-Car’s chief operating officer. "We chose ATS as our preferred tolling and violation management services partner after an extensive vetting process. We look forward to growing our services programs with ATS and expanding our partnership with them in the future."

For more information, visit www.atsfleetservices.com.

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  1. Darko [ June 2, 2017 @ 07:56AM ]

    Dear All,
    Please provide me with answer why did you charged me 133.00 USD?
    Transaction no359369

    thank you.

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