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HOW E-470 WORKS
Watch a video to learn about the License Plate Toll billing process
The License Plate Toll statement must be paid in full by the due date or a second statement with a one-time $5 late fee will be mailed.
If the second statement is not paid in full by the due date, a third statement is sent with no additional fees. If the account remains unpaid for 90 days, the account becomes delinquent and all overdue toll transactions will be sent to a collections law firm for up to four months in an attempt to find the customer and collect payment. The unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee, and a one-time $20 collection fee are due at this time.
If payment is still not received, a Civil Penalty Assessment Notice will be mailed for the unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee, the $20 collection fee, and a $25 Civil Penalty per notice. Upon receipt of this document, you may request a hearing.
If the full payment of the Civil Penalty Assessment Notice has not been received in 30 days, a Hearing Officer’s Final Order is issued to include the unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee, the $20 collection fee, the $25 Civil Penalty, and a $20 Court Fee.
to read a detailed description of E-470's toll evasion rules.
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.
For billing questions or concerns,
to contact the ExpressToll Service Center.