How would you like to go on a trip, drive on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and find no more tollbooths?  You probably would love that!  The only problem is,  it might cost you more.

According to NBC Philly, Last week the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced that they were moving forward with the next step in a plan to possibly eliminate tollbooths on the highway entirely, instead opting for an All-Electronic Toll (AET) system that is cashless.

This could not only cost you more, but could also cost a few jobs in the toll booth.  Then again, it could be a lot more convenient traveling wise.

Should we take this concept to the highways in South Jersey?