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HOW E-470 WORKS
License Plate Toll
Watch a video to learn about the License Plate Toll billing process.
How Does It Work?
Drivers are automatically a License Plate Toll (LPT) customer on
E-470 or the I-25 Express Lanes if they are not an ExpressToll customer with a sticker tag or the license plate is not associated with an ExpressToll account. Cameras will photograph the front and rear license plates and a statement is sent to the vehicle owner’s address on file with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Drivers are required to update their vehicle registration when they move; Colorado law requires the update within 30 days. Updating their driver’s license address does not update the required vehicle registration information.
Whether a customer has a Colorado or an out-of-state license plate, the billing process works the same for all vehicle registrations. No advance registration is required. Customers drive non-stop and are billed later.
for a Q&A on the LPT billing process.
Online Account Management
An LPT customer may set up an account online for the convenience of managing their vehicle and personal information and pay tolls before statements are generated. From the home page, click on “Open Account” on the right side of the screen to set up your account. LPT customers can then update their account information online, choose to receive monthly LPT statements via email, deposit pre-paid tolls of any amount to their account, leave a credit card on file for the convenience of making payments or permit E-470 to debit the card for the amount owed when the monthly statement is due, and pay for individual tolls incurred prior to a statement being generated.
Vehicle Registration Hold (VRH) Program
E-470 and CDOT's High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) initiated a program authorized by Colorado State Law to request that the Department of Revenue Division of Motor Vehicles place a hold on vehicle registrations of vehicle owners who have not paid their tolls, fees and civil penalties.
to learn more about the VRH program.
to view a video explaining the VRH program.
to read about VRH resolution payment plans.