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Illinois Toll Roads

Illinois toll roads make it easy for your fleet to navigate smoothly and conveniently throughout the state. However, as the manager or owner of a commercial service fleet, handling toll management can be a time-consuming task. With all-in-one toll management software, you can effectively and reliably manage your service fleet with a simple solution. 

FAQs About Illinois Tollways

Take a look at some of the most common questions about Illinois tollways that could affect your fleet. 

1. How Much Are Tolls in Illinois?

The price of tolls in Illinois depends on many factors, including the type of vehicle, time of day and toll road. For example, for trucks during the daytime, you can expect to pay anywhere from $0.50 to $18.30 depending on the size of the vehicle and whether you're using an I-PASS or paying online. For trucks driving overnight, the toll prices range from $0.30 to $13.80. 

The five tollways in the Illinois Tollway system are:

  1. Tri-State Tollway (I-94/I-294/I-80) 
  2. Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90)
  3. Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) 
  4. Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355)
  5.  Illinois Route 390 Tollway

You can visit the Illinois Tollway webpage for more information about toll prices. Bestpass has developed a strategy that allows you to manage all toll charges for your fleet in a single, easy-to-use platform with steep discounts.

2. What Is the Difference Between I-Pass and E-ZPass?

I-Pass is the official Illinois State Toll Highway Authority electronic toll collection system that drivers can use in 17 states, including Florida. E-ZPass is the electronic toll collection system that drivers use for tolls throughout 18 states. Drivers can use E-ZPass and I-Pass on Illinois State Toll Highway Authority roads and the Chicago Skyway.

3. How Do I Pay Tolls in Illinois?

Your trucking fleet operators can pay tolls in Illinois using an I-Pass or E-Z pass transponder. Traditional methods like cash or card payments are also available. After driving on Illinois toll roads, drivers can also pay online using the Pay by Plate service. If your driver misses a toll on the Illinois Tollway, they can use this online payment service for up to 10 days after driving on the toll road. 

Keep in mind the Pay by Plate service cannot be used for missed tolls on the Chicago Skyway. 

4. What Happens If I Don't Pay My Toll?

Tolls must be paid within 14 days of driving on the toll road. If not, you will receive an invoice with the charge for the unpaid tolls. If you don't pay the toll online, you will be mailed the invoice. You can also dispute the license plate image or an unpaid toll on the Illinois Tollway website. 

Illinois Toll Coverage and Management Options From Bestpass

If you want to bridge the gap between fleet and tolling authorities in Illinois, look no further than Bestpass. Our transponders cover Illinois and many other states throughout the U.S. We can help simplify toll management for your service fleet by providing a customized tolling transponder plan to save time and money. 

We'll work with you to find the right transponder for your vehicles so you can maximize your tolling strategy and reduce violations across your entire fleet. Contact us today to learn more about our toll management solutions.

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