Good To Go! Toll Bill Guide

Pay Toll Bill Online 1-866-936-8246

If you don't have a Good To Go! account and use a toll facility, then WSDOT will send a Pay By Mail toll bill to the vehicle's registered owner with the Department of Licensing.

Ways to lower your toll bill

You can still save money with a Good To Go! account even after you get a bill in the mail. Just call to set up an account and ask to pay your old tolls through the new account. You'll save $1.75 per toll.

Find out how to dispute a toll bill or ask for penalty forgiveness.

How to prevent billing problems

What if I have a Good To Go! account and get a bill in the mail?

Don't ignore that bill! If you got a toll bill, it means that there's a problem with your Good To Go! account. The bill is not linked to your account, so adding more funds to your account will not resolve this bill. Call customer service immediately so we can fix the root cause of the problem before you get more bills, late fees, or civil penalties.

Ways to pay a toll bill

You can pay a bill using a credit card, debit card, check or electronic check using the following options:

  • Online at MyGoodToGo.com (must have the notice number to pay online)
  • By phone: 1-866-936-8246
  • By mail: Good To Go!, P.O. Box 300321, Seattle, WA 98103 (checks only)
  • In person: at a walk-in customer service center in Seattle, Bellevue or Gig Harbor.

Cash is accepted at customer service centers only. Do not mail cash.

If you are using an online bill pay service, you need to establish separate accounts for each vehicle license plate. Also, payment processing may take longer.

When should I expect to receive a toll bill

You should receive a toll bill within a month of using the SR 520 Bridge, Tacoma Narrows Bridge, or the I-405 express toll lanes. Call us if it's been more than a month since your travel and you haven't received your bill.

What happens if you don't pay?

Due dates are clearly listed on each bill. In general, if you fail to pay your toll bill within 15 days, you should receive a second toll bill with a $5 reprocessing fee. If you fail to pay your toll within 80 days a notice of civil penalty will be assessed in the amount of $40 for each unpaid toll transaction, plus all accumulated tolls and fees.

If a vehicle owner does not resolve a civil penalty within 20 days, the Department of Licensing may place a hold on the vehicle registration.

Find out how to dispute a toll bill or ask for penalty forgiveness.

Questions about toll bills?

Visit frequently asked questions about toll bills page or call customer service at 1-866-936-8246.

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