State lawmakers are hoping to make more New Jersey motorists aware that they may not always qualify for E-ZPass discounts when traveling in other states where electronic tolling is available.

A bipartisan bill that cleared the state Assembly on Thursday would require the New Jersey Turnpike Authority to notify E-ZPass customers via its website that other agencies may not provide them with advertised discounts, even if those agencies offer their own customers such a break.

The goal of the legislation, according to its sponsors, is to help make sure motorists aren’t surprised if they end up getting charged the full cash rate by an out-of-state highway or transportation agency while using an E-ZPass transponder to pay tolls automatically. Read more from NJ Spotlight News.