Motorists who use the E-ZPass tolling system in New Hampshire would be wise to mind their Ps and Qs – the state could use their personal
driving information against them in a criminal case.
According to The Associated Press, the state’s
Department of Transportation has turned over E-ZPass records to state and
federal investigators six times since the wireless tolling system was added to
A person’s E-ZPass data – which is not considered an open
record and is not available to the public or the press – could contain
information on a vehicle’s location at a given time. In at least one of the
cases, the data was used to prove that a suspect was not where his alibi
claimed he was at the time a crime occurred, The AP reported.