JL Safety SunPass & PikePass & K-Tag & Express Pass Replacement Suction Cup
Are you tired of your toll pass suction cups getting damaged by the sun’s rays? Look no further! JL Safety offers a solution with our SunPass, PikePass, K-Tag, and Express Pass Replacement Suction Cups.
Our suction cups are made with industrial-grade materials to ensure durability and longevity. They are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of daily use on your windshield or dashboard.
Patented Sun Ray Diversion
What sets our suction cups apart is the patented ring that diverts the sun’s rays. This innovative design prevents the sun rays from focusing into a point and damaging your toll pass or dashboard.
Replacing your old suction cups with our JL Safety suction cups is a breeze. Simply pull out the old ones and insert the new ones. No tools or special skills required. You’ll be back on the road in no time!
Our suction cups are compatible with the following toll passes:
- Florida SunPass
- Kansas hard case K-Tag
- Utah Express Pass
- Oklahoma PikePass
Made in the USA
At JL Safety, we take pride in manufacturing our products in the USA. You can trust the quality and craftsmanship of our suction cups.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I use these suction cups with any toll pass?
A: Our suction cups are specifically designed for use with SunPass, PikePass, K-Tag, and Express Pass toll passes. They may not be compatible with other brands.
Q: How many suction cups are included in the package?
A: Each package contains 12 suction cups.
Q: Does the toll pass come with the suction cups?
A: No, the toll pass is not included. The package only contains the suction cups.
Don’t let the sun’s rays damage your toll pass or dashboard. Upgrade to JL Safety’s SunPass, PikePass, K-Tag, and Express Pass Replacement Suction Cups. With their industrial-grade design and patented sun ray diversion, you can have peace of mind knowing your toll pass is protected. Made in the USA, our suction cups are the perfect solution for toll road users in Florida, Kansas, Utah, and Oklahoma.