I wonder if anyone else has had any trouble with their E-Pass transponder...or a solution. I've been using an auto E-Zpass for years for my cars and motorcycle for years...Never a problem. Two years ago I ordered a dedicated EZ-Pass for the motorcycle alone. It worked fine up until about halfway through a return trip back home a few weeks ago. All at once and nothing first, it just. stopped. working. So there I was at a E-Z Pass toll gate with a bunch of impatient drivers lined up behind me and a lowered gate in front of me. I had to grab a ticket instead to open the gate. Luckily I wasn't in an E-ZPass Only lane. The pass didn't work for the next two gates, either. One was an E-ZPass only lane...I had to ride around the barrier. For the record, my account is fine, the transponder is in a dedicated E-ZPAss holder right behind the windscreen where it's been since I got it, and where it's worked fine up until now. So, the fun-with-bureaucracy call... A summary: Me: Told my story. Maybe internal battery might have had a early failure? I've heard of this happening. EZ Drone: I can't be the battery, the transponder is only two years old. The battery is good for ten years. Me: We'll it stopped working, what do you think is happening, then? EZ Drone: There can't be anything wrong with your transponder. It's not old enough to not be working. Me: Well, what do you suggest I do? EZ Drone: Well, you probably have it mounted incorrectly (I've since found that this is the E-ZPass default answer for everything.) Anyway, the system read your licence plate and the proper tolls were deducted. (I checked. It did and they were. Fine, but that doesn't solve the inconvenience of me being a roadblock at the toll gate.) Me: It's in a dedicated E-ZPass holder mounted right behind the windscreen as instructed, and has been there, working just fine all this time up until now...When it ain't. Anyway, If the transponder was working, you wouldn't have had to bill me by my license plate photo. EZ Drone: You can ship the transponder to us and have it checked out. So that's whut I done. At my expense. A week later the transponder comes back with a note: "There's nothing wrong with your transponder"... and a letter explaining the proper place to mount it properly. So that's where I am. Any suggestions?