Any driver that uses a toll road in Illinois is expected to pay the toll for that roadway. Rates are set by the Tollway Board of Directors of the Illinois Tollway, a revenue-bond agency of the state of Illinois.
See below for additional information about toll classes and paying violations.
Illinois makes it possible for you to pay a missed toll within seven (7) days without incurring a penalty of any kind. However, you must know which plaza you missed so that you can look up the toll for that plaza. There is now a way to search for a missed toll by using your vehicle license plate.
If you missed a toll in the last seven (7) days, pay online now to avoid penalties.
Illinois now has a new search function that lets you check your license plate against their database of missed tolls. You may also use this search function if you are past the seven-day grace period. Doing this, you may still avoid some fees and penalties.
If you can not or choose to not pay online, you may mail toll payments, with the proper toll form, within seven (7) days of the unpaid toll or toll violation.
Mail completed form to the following address:
P.O. Box 5382
Chicago, IL 60680-5382
REMEMBER: Payment for all tolls is required.Three unpaid tolls within a 24-month period results in a violation being issued and the possible suspension of vehicle registration and/or driving privileges.