All-Electronic Tolling ... Paying a Toll

Use the tabs below to get information about paying tolls, whether you travel in your personal vehicle, a rental car or an out-of-state vehicle.

All-electronic, no-cash tolling means there are no cash tollbooths to slow you down and everyone has the convenience of paying tolls without stopping. Everyone can drive any lane on Florida’s Turnpike in Miami-Dade County and on the Sawgrass Expressway in Broward County, west of Fort Lauderdale, where all-electronic tolling is in place. Cash tollbooths are still available on the rest of the Turnpike.

You have two toll payment options when driving a rental vehicle where all-electronic, no cash tolling is in effect:

  1. A convenient option is to use your rental car company’s tolling program. Most companies offer programs that allow their customers to include tolls in the rental agreement. Some have programs that use license plate photos and others have programs that use SunPass transponders in their vehicles. Some companies charge a daily, weekly or monthly fee plus the tolls incurred. Others provide unlimited toll usage for a set per day or per week amount. Each company has a different payment arrangement, so be sure to check with your rental company for all fees and review your rental agreement carefully. For information about participating rental car companies, click here.)
  2. If you already are a SunPass customer, it’s easy to use SunPass with your rental car. Just go to SunPass.com and add the license plate of the rental vehicle to your account, along with the start and end dates you plan to use it. Don’t forget to remove the transponder from the vehicle when you return it!

    Not yet a SunPass customer, but would like to purchase a SunPass transponder for use with a rental vehicle? Click on a SunPass link below to purchase online or find a retail location. You may also call SunPass at 1-888-TOLL-FLA from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

     

     

    The TOLL-BY-PLATE invoice option is not available for customers in rental cars; invoices are sent to the registered owner of the vehicle, not the driver.

     

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