BOSTON (CBS) — The pay-by-plate grace period for the new E-ZPass system in Massachusetts ends Monday.

That grace period allowed those without an E-ZPass transponder in their vehicle to get a credit with the discounted rate after paying their bill and signing up for an E-ZPass.

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It was instituted at the request of the public comment period leading up to the change to all-electronic tolling, which started in October.

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But starting Monday, anyone without a transponder will pay the full price for driving through a toll without one.

The grace period will continue to be available to new customers–like the state’s massive student population, or anyone who recently moved to Massachusetts.

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MassDOT said they had converted over 16,000 accounts from the pay-by-plate system to the E-ZPass system, helping them surpass their goal of having 85 percent of vehicles travelling on the pike use E-ZPass.