Orlando Toll Road Guide and Map
This is a typical toll road in Florida. If you have the Sun Pass or the EPass you continue straight ahead.
If you do not have a Sun Pass or E Pass you use the slip road on the right and approach the toll booth. Some are unmanned so you throw the correct change in to the basket and a green light tells you to proceed. You then rejoin the main highway
Toll booths vary in price from just $0.25 to $3.00 and don't give change so make sure you carry plenty of coins.
|If you'd like to use the automated tolling, continue straight ahead. If you would like to pay by cash, come off the slip road to the right and go through the toll booth before rejoining the higway.||If you'd like to pay by cash, drive through the 'Exact Change' or the 'Change Receipts' lane. If you go through the 'Exact Change' lane, you'll need to put the correct amount of coins in to the bucket.|
|The image above is of a toll transponder typically found in some Budget rental vehicles. If the vehicle doesn't have one of these, it is setup to toll by the vehicle registration instead.|
Most major rental car companies now offer their customers the option of including tolls with the credit card used to rent the vehicle. These rental car customers can use Florida's toll roads and not worry about carrying cash or stopping to pay for tolls. They can breeze through the SunPass ONLY, E-PASS ONLY and LeeWay ONLY toll lanes throughout the Sunshine State.
How does it work? There are two systems. Firstly is the Toll by Plate system whereby a cameras takes a photo of the rental car's license plate as it goes through the toll lane and sends a bill for the tolls to the rental company's tolling program vendor. The vendor collects the toll plus applicable service fees from the customer's credit card, and pays the toll to the road agency. The service fees are retained by the vendor, not the toll road.
The second system is where a small transponder is located within the vehicle. Once the vehicle passes through a toll the device is activated and you will be charged the daily fee up to the maximum monthly fee plus the sign posted toll fee. The device should be switched to the off position to avoid being billed if you intend to pay cash at each toll. We would advise obtaining a receipt from the attendant at each toll booth.
|Cost Per Day||Cost Per Rental|
|$0.00||$0.00||Visit the VisitorTollPass website to register. Only available when vehicle is collected and returned to Orlando Int Airport.|
Sunpass Mini can be purchased locally from Public, Walgreens and CVS Pharmacies. You'll need to create an account with Sunpass.com and top up it up with funds. The Sunpass will need to be registered to your rental vehicle.
||$3.95 fee per usage day plus tolls||$19.75 maximum fee per 30 day rental period plus tolls||Participation is automatic if driver elects to use EXPRESS, SunPass ONLY, E-PASS ONLY or LeeWay ONLY lanes.|
$5.95 fee per rental day plus tolls
$11.99 per day if you opt in at the rental desk to E-Toll Unlimited which includes tolls.
$29.75 maximum fee per 30 day rental period plus tolls
$59.95 per week if you opt in at the rental desk to E-Toll Unlimited which includes tolls.
Participation is automatic if driver elects to use EXPRESS, SunPass ONLY, E-PASS ONLY or LeeWay ONLY lanes.
Customer must either Opt-in or Decline E-Toll Unlimited at the rental desk.
|$4.95 fee per usage day plus tolls||No Maximum||Participation is automatic if driver elects to use EXPRESS, SunPass ONLY, E-PASS ONLY or LeeWay ONLY lanes.|
||$10.49 flat fee per rental day inclusive of tolls||$52.49 maximum weekly fee. All inclusive Tolling||Customer must either Opt-in or Decline at the rental desk.|
||$15.43 flat fee per rental day inclusive of tolls||No Maximum||Customer must either Opt-in or Decline at the rental desk.|
For example, if you rent for 14 days and use the SunPass, ePass and LeeWay lane only once during your Budget rental, you'll be charged the maximum rental fee + the toll road charge. If you use the Alamo system, you'll be charged a day rate of $3.95 plus the tol.
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The information on this page was correct at time of publication (May 2021). Please check the SunPass website prior to travelling.