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Which states allow residents to pay toll violations online?

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I-PASS customers in the state of Illinois can make toll payments online, according to Illinois Tollway. A customer must have a valid I-PASS account and an I-PASS transponder in the vehicle at the time of the violation.

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The state of Florida allows online payments through its prepaid toll programs, including SunPass, E-Pass and LeeWay, explains Florida's Turnpike Enterprise. Toll payments on Florida's toll roads and bridges can only be made using cash or with the state's prepaid toll accounts. The account must be adequately funded prior to passing through the toll booth lane. If a vehicle is not equipped with the transponder for payment and passes through the toll lane, it is considered a toll violation and must be paid through the SunPass account. Non-SunPass customers must send a check or money order to pay the unpaid toll.

The state of California offers The Toll Roads program for customers to prepay their tolls, according to The Toll Roads website. Customers may pay through FasTrak, the account linked to the transponder affixed on the vehicle, or an ExpressAccount, which may be prepaid or invoiced to the license plate holder. Within the first five days following the violation, a one-time-toll option is available for nonaccount holders. The accurate date, time and location of the violation should be provided to pay online through this feature. Name, address, license plate number and credit card are also required.

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