Dollar to Offer Prepaid Tolls with Rental

Dollar Rent A Car is including Pass24 Prepaid Toll Service with select car rental rates at participating Florida locations when customers use any American Express card for payment. Customers must use the promo code AXTL to get the offer. Rates associated with this promotional code are as follows:

- Intermediate SUV: $38.00 per day or $199.00 per week

- Minivan: $41.00 per day or $219.00 per week

- Premium car: $44.00 per day or $227.00 per week

- Convertible: $44.00 per day or $227.00 per week.

Ordinarily, Pass24 pre-paid toll service is available to Dollar customers for $5.95 per day or $27.95 per week in Florida, which includes all toll charges. Now the pre-paid toll service will be included in the rental rate.

Pass24 allows drivers to use the SunPass-only and E-Pass-only express lanes on the Florida toll road system, bypassing the cash lanes and can be used with any class of vehicle rented. Collection of tolls is tied to vehicle license plates and no electronic device is required. Video technology is used to capture images of the rental car as it passes through the toll facilities.

For additional information, visit rentatoll.com. This offer is valid at participating Florida Dollar locations through March 31, 2008.

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