How Do You Pay For Tolls??

You can pay your tolls now in a few short steps, by providing your license plate number, along with a payment method.

If you already received a Toll Bill in the mail, you can pay it by selecting the Pay Toll Bill link.

How do I pay a toll ticket online?

  • Online – pay with a credit/debit card or bank account, click here.
  • Mail – send the Toll Bill coupon and payment (no cash) to:
  • Phone – contact the Tolls by Mail Customer Service Center at 1-844-826-8400.
  • In Person – pay at an E-ZPass Customer Service Center, click here to find a location near you.

Where can I pay my toll bill?

Ways to pay a toll bill. You can pay a bill using a credit card, debit card, check or electronic check using the following options: Online at (must have the notice number to pay online) By phone: 1-866-936-8246.

How do I pay a toll violation in California?

You can pay your violation on the Toll Violation page of our website or tear off the bottom portion of the notice and send a check for the amount due to: The Toll Roads Violations Dept., PO Box 50190, Irvine, CA 92619-0190.

What happens if you don’t pay tolls?

Toll Violation Information. Failure to pay the proper toll will result in the issuance of a Notice of Toll Violation requiring the registered owner of the vehicle to pay fines, as well as the unpaid tolls at the cash rate.

How can I pay toll by plate?

Pay By Plate toll invoicing is an option to “pay as you go” and choose to forgo the benefits of E-PASS toll rates.

Pay By Plate

  1. Online using a credit card.
  2. By phone using a credit/debit card: 1-800-353-7277 or 407-823-7277.
  3. In person using cash or credit/debit card at an E-PASS Customer Service Center.

Can I pay toll by plate online?

Tolls can conveniently be paid online, by phone and through the mail. Click here to open a TOLL BY PLATE account. If you have received a TOLL BY PLATE Invoice, click here to pay.

How much is the toll violation?

Each violation is assessed a $57.50 penalty in addition to the toll amount due. For example, if you did not pay the required toll to pass through the 241 Toll Road’s Windy Ridge Toll Point during the weekend, you would be required to pay $61.00 – a $57.50 penalty plus the $3.50 toll (weekend toll rate).

Does a toll violation go on your record?

Does Toll Violation Affect Driving Record? The toll violation is a civil penalty, and it will not affect your personal or commercial driver license. No points will be assessed to your driving record and no record of this infraction will be sent to your insurance company.