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On May 14 2014, we eliminated the need for cash-paying drivers to stop and pay at toll booths. Now every vehicle travels nonstop on The Toll Roads, thanks to four new ways to pay that were developed for drivers by drivers.

With five ways to pay tolls (FasTrak®, three new ExpressAccount® types and a One-Time-Toll® option), there's a custom payment method that will work for every driver - no matter their method of payment, when they want to pay their toll, and how much of California they intend to explore. Compare All Payment Methods

FasTrak (Transponder)

You pay the lowest tolls on The Toll Roads ($1 less than other drivers at every tolling point) and your transponder allows you to drive and pay tolls electronically on any tolled bridge, lane or road in California. Replenish your account using credit card, cash or check and receive statements via email (monthly) or postal mail (quarterly). A $2 account maintenance fee is assessed monthly per transponder, but waived for each $25 incurred in tolls on The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261).

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ExpressAccount (License Plate Image)

ExpressAccount - Prepaid

Prepay tolls that will be calculated and charged based on a reading of your license plates at a tolling location. Replenish your account using credit card, cash or check and receive statements via email (monthly) or postal mail (quarterly). You will not be issued a transponder, so your account is valid only to pay tolls on The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261).

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ExpressAccount - Charge

Your credit card will be charged at the end of every day you pass through a tolling location based on a reading of your license plate. You will not be issued a transponder, so your account is valid only to pay tolls on The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261).

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ExpressAccount - Invoice

Receive a monthly invoice itemizing accumulated tolls based on readings of your license plates at tolling locations. Invoices can be sent via email or postal mail and paid using credit card, cash or check. You will not be issued a transponder, so your account is valid only to pay tolls on The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261). A $2 invoice fee is assessed.

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One-Time-Toll (Online Payment Option)

After driving The Toll Roads, pay your toll(s) within 5 days using our free app or online at TheTollRoads.com using the One-Time-Toll feature. There are no invoices, statements or transponders. If you have already received a violation notice, click here.

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