The speed-i-Jet 798 is used in train station areas that are only cleared for passengers anymore for the reasons of safety. For example, the platform in Roma Termini can only be reached through a barrier where tickets are checked and marked. Only travelers with a ticket are let through; at very further control, the ticket reflects the path on which the passenger came to the train. One great benefit of the “printing pen” is its mobile usability on almost any kind of paper (porous base), no matter the formats and condition. As everywhere in the world, train tickets in Italy are sold in many different locations: from travel agencies, to service points, tourist information offices, to various vending machines. Even supermarket chains have campaigns with cheap railways princes there.