Did you recently drive The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241, 261) and don’t have FasTrak® or an ExpressAccount®? You can easily pay your toll(s) here online within 5 days before or 5 days after your drive using the One-Time-Toll payment option.
Driving a rental car? Find out how to pay your tolls.
$10 IN FREE TOLLS!
Pay your One-Time-Toll to learn how.
- + I want to pay a One-Time-Toll, but it’s been more than five days since I drove.
You should be receiving a Notice of Toll Evasion in the mail soon. If it was your first time driving The Toll Roads without paying, the notice will include information on how to pay the toll only (without penalties).
- + I don’t know my entry and/or exit point, how do I pay a One-Time-Toll?
After you’ve selected the date of your trip, use the map provided to determine the road you drove and select "Unknown" as your entry and/or exit point if you are unsure.
- + I paid a One-Time-Toll, but still received a violation.
To resolve the violation(s), log in to TheTollRoads.com/violation/ using your reference and violation numbers. Enter your One-Time-Toll confirmation number and apply your One-Time-Toll payment to resolve the violation(s).
- + I need to change some of the information I provided when I paid a One-Time-Toll.
Have your payment confirmation number and click here. Once logged in, you will be able to update your license plate number and state and the date of your trip.
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