Those are the choices for motorists who still have Garden State Parkway tokens stashed in cupholders, glove boxes and car seats.
Motorists can start redeeming the metal tokens on Dec. 1 at three buyback centers along the Parkway and at the Turnpike Authority headquarters in Woodbridge.
Turnpike Authority spokesman Joe Orlando estimates that there are about 5 million tokens still in use, down from 50 million in 2001. Use of the tokens began in 1981.
The tokens are worth 33.3 cents, giving motorists a discount from the 35-cent toll. The last roll was sold on New Year's Day 2002 as the Parkway urged motorists to switch to E-ZPass.
On the Net:
Redemption center locations and hours: http://www.state.nj.us/turnpike