Violations

Do you have an existing Tollway violation and are looking on how to receive TOLLING 2020 relief?

You’re in the right place.

All you need to do is click “Pay Reduced Violation” below and enter your plate number and existing violation number to access your outstanding violation balances. The TOLLING 2020 relief has already been applied. See below for more details. .

What’s my violation number?

Every violation notification from the Illinois Tollway or collection notice includes a violation number. If you have multiple violations on your license plate, any Violation number associated with your plate will bring up all the notices, allowing you to pay them individually or all at once.

Violation Relief – Unpaid Tolls and Violations Prior To March 9, 2020

Beginning in July, toll violation fines in existing notices prior to March 9, 2020 will be reduced to $3 through the end of the year to provide customers an opportunity to pay off fines at a significantly reduced rate. This includes anyone previously sent to collections for outstanding toll violations. Below is an example of the reduction customers can expect.

 

 

These reductions go far beyond any previous Illinois Tollway violation relief efforts and give customers a chance to finally settle their past unpaid toll violations.

There’s no need to contact the Tollway to qualify for relief. To view your reduced balance, click the link below and enter the number on your previous violation notices. The reduction will be reflected in the system. Note: Notice numbers begin with “VN” followed by a series of numbers.

Payments can be made all at once or at any time through 5 p.m. on December 30, 2020, and all payments can all be made online.



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Violation Details

To address violations please follow the instructions on your notice received by mail.

The registered owner of a vehicle that goes through a toll plaza without payment of the proper toll is responsible for any and all missed tolls and violations, whether or not the unpaid toll payment was intentional or if someone else was driving the vehicle.

Section 10/10(a-5) of the Toll Highway Act, 605 ILCS 10/10(a-5), and sections 2520.269(e) and 2520.750 of the Illinois Administrative Code authorize, 92 Ill.Admin. Codes 2520.269(e) and 2520.750, the Illinois Tollway to adjudicate toll evasion violations administratively and assess a mandatory fine per violation against the registered owner of a vehicle that has been recorded as failing to pay the proper toll.

Toll violation notices are sent to the registered owner of the violating vehicle via First Class U.S. mail and will include a photo of one of the violation events the Illinois Tollway has on record along with the dates, times and locations of each violation event.

Individuals receiving a Notice of Violation have 30 days to either pay the full amount due, as stated in the Notice of Violation, or request a hearing to dispute the violations. Failure to respond to the Notice of Violation by either paying the total amount due or requesting a hearing to contest the violations within the required 30 days shall be deemed a default shall be an admission of liability, shalle waive the right to a hearing and shall result in a Final Order of Liability for the total amount  stated in the Notice of Violation and all applicable administrative fines.

Failure to pay the amount due upon a Final Order of Liability shall result in additional fines and may result in the suspension of the vehicle’s registration to the extent allowable by the laws of your state.

Reassigning Illinois Tollway Violations

To ensure compliance with Section 10/10(a-5) of the Illinois Toll Highway Act, 605 ILCS 10/10(a-5), the Illinois Tollway may reassign violations to the person who was renting/leasing a vehicle at the time violation occurred if the rental/leasing company meets the following criteria and follows the process outlined below:

  1. The company must be the registered owner of the vehicle.
  2. The company's rental/leasing agreement(s) must contain a provision advising the renter/lessee that they will be responsible for payment of tolls and any fines for toll evasion.
  3. The rental/leasing agreement must be approved by the Illinois Tollway prior to submitting any requests for reassignments. This approval is required on an annual basis.
  4. The company must post a sign at the rental/leasing counter notifying the renter/lessee of the responsibility to pay tolls and any fines for toll evasion.
  5. The company must provide the necessary documentation to the Tollway by the due date listed on the Notice of Violation.