If we are unable to deduct the toll(s) from a valid E-ZPass account based on the E-ZPass transponder read, we will make multiple attempts to deduct the toll(s) from an active E-ZPass account using your license plate number as long as the license plate is properly listed on the account. If we are unable to deduct the toll(s) from a valid E-ZPass account, the license plate will be processed through the DMV to obtain the registered owner's address for invoicing. A Toll Invoice will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle fourteen (14) days after obtaining the DMV information. Failure to pay the invoice by the due date (30 days) will result in a Toll Violation Notice and the assessment of a $10 administrative fee. Failure to pay the Toll Violation Notice by the due date (30 days) will result in a Final Notice and the assessment of an additional $10 administrative fee. If the registered owner does not pay the Final Notice, it will be sent to collections.
Note: Your E-ZPass account must be in "good standing" with an active transponder as well as accurate plate information to allow for the successful deduction of the toll amount due from your E-ZPass account. If your account has a negative balance, your E-ZPass transponder is invalid and/or your license plate is not properly listed you will be invoiced at the Toll-by-Plate rate.