- By using the FTE Tolls online service, customers can pay an unpaid toll violation they received traveling on the Florida’s Turnpike
- Drivers who never received a notice because they changed addresses are still responsible for their toll fees because it’s their responsibility to notify the DHSMV within 20 days of moving
- Residents who receive a notice in the mail about a Florida Turnpike Toll will need to have their confirmation number on their mailer to apply their payment to the right account
The Florida Turnpike Enterprise (also called FTE) has hired the legal firm of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson to collect their unpaid toll violations, late fees and other charges owed by people who didn’t pay a toll. For drivers who had a stolen license plate where someone else didn’t pay a Florida Turnpike toll, the owner of the stolen tag must report to the police that it was stolen and provide a sworn affidavit to the Florida Division of Motor Services for the plate to be cancelled. Even in the car’s owner wasn’t driving at the time the toll wasn’t paid, the registered owner of a vehicle is still responsible for any violations accrued during that time, regardless of who was actually using the vehicle.
How long does it take payments through FTE Tolls to be applied?
- Payments made through the FTE Tolls online payment service will be sent directly to Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson and will be applied to the customer’s account within two business days
- Residents who live in Florida and have a SunPass account that was active while the toll wasn’t paid must send documentation to FTE proving they were covered at the time of the violation
Any questions in regards to a FTE Tolls issue can be directed to a representative of the FTE Tolls service at 877.258.5261 (please note this number will not be available on weekends and federally recognized holidays… i.e. Christmas, New Years Day).