- 1 How do I get a Texas toll tag?
- 2 How much does a TxTag cost?
- 3 Are EZ Tag and TxTag the same?
- 4 Can you get a Texas toll tag with out of state plates?
- 5 Can I use TxTag on EZ tag?
- 6 What toll pass works in Texas?
- 7 What happens if you don’t pay TxTag?
- 8 Can you pay cash on Texas toll roads?
- 9 Do out of state drivers pay Texas tolls?
- 10 Can you go to jail for unpaid tolls in Texas?
How do I get a Texas toll tag?
Simply apply online at the 24-hour online TollTag Store – the most convenient source for TollTag applications, information and account management. You also can visit a TollTag Store in Plano, Irving or Fort Worth, or a participating retail outlet in person to fill out an application and get your TollTag on the spot.
How much does a TxTag cost?
In addition to ensuring you’ll have money in your TxTag account, you’ll receive your new or replacement TxTag stickers for free. Customers not on AutoPay are charged $7.99 for each sticker tag. Pay statements online. The best way to avoid late fees is to pay your statements online by the due date.
Are EZ Tag and TxTag the same?
Both tags work along all toll roads within the state of Texas. The state’s TxTag requires you to pre-pay $20 worth of tolls. Harris County’s EZ TAG requires $40 down plus a $15 activation fee.
Can you get a Texas toll tag with out of state plates?
Yes. TollTag accounts are available to both in- and out-of-state customers. You can open a TollTag account or add a vehicle to an existing account via our online Customer Service Center, at a Regional TollTag Partner location, or by calling us at 972-818-6882 or 817-731-6882.
Can I use TxTag on EZ tag?
Yes. All Harris County operated toll road lanes designated with an EZ TAG-ONLY sign will also accept your TxTag or NTTA TollTag for payment, provided your account is in good standing and the vehicle’s license plate is registered with your tag. For questions about your TxTag account, please visit www.txtag.org.
What toll pass works in Texas?
1. How does it work? Customers automatically opt in to use PlatePass when they use the express lanes statewide in Texas with TxTag, EZ TAG in Houston, and TollTag in Dallas. When rental cars use these lanes, the toll system identifies the car and charges the posted toll to the Rental Agreement.
What happens if you don’t pay TxTag?
What happens if I don’t pay a bill? If you fail to pay a bill on time, a $4.00 late fee will be applied to your account and appear on your next month’s bill. You can resolve past due bills online or by contacting the TxTag Customer Service Center.
Can you pay cash on Texas toll roads?
How do toll roads work in Texas? Most toll roads in Texas do not have cash toll plazas. If you have a Tolltag or TxTag or another interoperable tag such as PikePass, it is scanned as you drive under the scanners at the marked locations called toll plazas.
Do out of state drivers pay Texas tolls?
NTTA spokesman Michael Rey said via email that out-of-state drivers are not immune from tollway bills. Their license plate must first have enough activity on North Texas toll roads to justify sending an invoice, which will be either after three transactions or $2.50 in tolls.
Can you go to jail for unpaid tolls in Texas?
Under Texas law, someone who fails to pay a toll may be charged with a criminal misdemeanor for toll evasion under Chapter 370.11 of the Texas Transportation Code. If found guilty, the registered owner of the vehicle can face fines of up to $250 per unpaid toll in addition to court administrative fees.