A Florida toll violation can be costly.
- Florida Toll Tickets are different than other tickets.
- You receive a toll violation in the mail long after the infraction has happened.
- The fine amount is actually $262.00 (not $100).
- Sometimes you never receive notification and it goes into collections.
- Late tickets have a late fee added to them.
- And if your license is suspended there is a reinstatement fee.
I can help you fight these tickets. My fee is $75 per ticket and I can usually get the collection fees removed, the fine reduced to $25 on one ticket, with court costs ($33), plus the amount of current tolls owed. All other tickets are often dropped. (Orange County, Florida only)
Defending Toll Violations
If you have begun receiving these Florida toll tickets (Orange County) then hire me. I set our fee so that you save money. My goal is to:
- Reduce your fine,
- Remove collection fees,
- Get many of the tickets dismissed.
Sun Pass Does Not Issue Tickets
Sun Pass has stopped issuing tickets. Instead they place a lien on your registration. This means that when the vehicle registration comes due for the car, there will be an additional fee for the accumulated unpaid tolls. Unfortunately, we cannot help you with these. We can only help you with tickets.
Do Not Enter Into A Payment Plan Contract
These payment contracts only add more money to what you owe. There is a $25 administrative fee just to start the contract and then each credit card payment towards your outstanding fees has an additional $3.99 service fee. And if you enter these contracts, you give up your right to a hearing!
Instead, hire us to settle your toll tickets for less than you owe.
Late Tickets and Tickets Past Due by 180 Days
Even if you think it is too late – it isn’t. Did you know you have 180 days from the issuance of the ticket to request a hearing. After 30 days a late fee will be assessed but your right to a hearing exists for 180 days!
Even after the 180 days, the court is likely to grant a motion to reduce the fines and pull it from collections. So no matter how old they are we have a chance to help.
If your license is suspended
If your toll tickets are more than 30 days old, your license may be or will be suspended. You can check your license’s status by going to the FDHSMV website and entering your driver’s license number. If it is suspended or pending a suspension, you need to do the following:
- you must physically go to the Clerk of Court,
- tell them you want to set all toll tickets for a hearing,
- pay only the late fees ($23/ticket), and
- contact me right away or after you receive the Notice of Hearing.
The Points With Florida Toll Tickets
Toll violations are unique in that they can have points but not always. If you just pay the toll fine amount ($262) before it is late there are no points. However, in almost any other situation points will accrue. It is cheaper to hire a lawyer.
Remember, It is the registered Owner who is Ticketed
Remember that the tolls and the Florida toll violations are levied against the registered owner of the vehicle, not the actual driver. So be careful of who you let use your vehicle or with whom you leave your vehicle. Additionally, if you sell your car always take the tag off the vehicle and return it to the DMV/tag agency.
Contact For Toll Violation Representation
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