additional states

Your Peach Pass also offers reliable travel times in Florida and North Carolina, giving you access to more than 750 miles of toll roads throughout these southeastern states. Your Peach Pass allows you to pay the lower SunPass rates in Florida and NC Quick Pass rates in North Carolina.

How it works

Peach Pass Personal Toll Account Holders

If you have a Peach Pass Personal Toll Account, you can access toll roads in Florida and North Carolina without taking any additional action.

Your Peach Pass must be tied to a valid and current license plate. Check your account online at or contact the Customer Service Center to ensure the correct license plate is listed and all payment information up to date.

BancPass Pay n Go Account Holders

If you have a Pay n Go! Peach Pass Account, you must convert to a Personal Toll Account before you use your pass in Florida or North Carolina. Contact the Customer Service Center to assistance and converting.
Since you only need one valid transponder for all of your toll transactions in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina, there is no need for multiple accounts. However, if you keep more than one account open, you should not be double charged. We suggest that you check your accounts regularly to ensure all trips are being posted correctly.
If you close your Peach Pass account, you will be unable to change on toll mode on the I-85 Express Lanes, thereby having to pay for every trip regardless of occupancy.

Trips in other states may take a little longer, perhaps up to 10 business days, to post to your account.

No. The only way to take advantage of the toll-exempt feature on the I-85 Express Lanes is to have a Peach Pass and be in non-toll mode. SunPass and Quick Pass do not have the ability to switch to non-toll status.
Please contact the Peach Pass Customer Service Center at 1-855-PCH-Pass (724-7277).
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