Drivers are urged to check all of their license plates for video tolls to see if fines are owed before a Maryland customer assistance plan that waives civil penalties ends this week.

The Maryland Transportation Assistance Plan offered a nine-month grace period for unpaid video tolls. As the program reaches its final hours, the Maryland Transportation Authority urged customers to pay unpaid video tolls in full by 11:59 p.m. Nov. 30.

The grace period was adopted after more than 27,000 E-ZPass customers signed an online petition calling for an investigation into billing errors. Maryland EZ-Pass users signed a petition asking Gov. Larry Hogan to investigate the billing system.

 Before the grace period ends, MDTA officials encourage all E-ZPass customers who had any periods with insufficient money in their accounts to check Find My Tolls.... Read More: Pikesville Patch