Or you can pay a One-Time-Toll by calling 949-727-4800.
If you don’t pay the toll within 48 hours, you will receive a ticket in the mail demanding a $57.50 penalty, plus the cost of the unpaid toll.
If you don’t respond to the violation notice, the penalty will increase to $100, plus the original unpaid toll.
How do you pay for toll roads?
Within 5 days before or 5 days after driving The Toll Roads, tolls can be paid using The Toll Roads free app or online at TheTollRoads.com.
There are five ways to pay tolls incurred on The Toll Roads:
- FasTrak. ®
- Charge ExpressAccount. ®
- Invoice ExpressAccount. ®
- Prepaid ExpressAccount. ®
- Pay Tolls Online.
Is the toll roads legitimate?
Yes, this is legitimate. The Toll Roads was formed by the state of California to operate and maintain toll roads in Orange County. They’re currently offering a $10 in free tolls promotion for signing up, which would cover your recent trip.
Can you pay cash on California toll roads?
All tolls on The Toll Roads are collected electronically — there are no toll booths at which to stop and pay cash. Visitors and infrequent drivers can pay tolls within 5 days before or 5 days after driving The Toll Roads using our free app or online at TheTollRoads.com using the One-Time-Toll feature.
What happens if you pass a toll road without paying?
If you can get over, do. If you can’t, do not panic, back up, or stop in the middle of the freeway. Instead, you will receive a bill in the mail that will not affect your driving record. You can pay for a toll violation here.
How do you pay tolls in California?
Pay Toll(s) With An Account
- FasTrak® Pay tolls that are $1 less than the account toll rate on The Toll Roads, and use the transponder on any toll road or bridge in California.
- ExpressAccount® Prepaid.
- ExpressAccount® Charge.
- ExpressAccount® Invoice.
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