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Participating State Toll Agencies
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Statements will be sent by the toll agency that issued the customer’s transponder. Peach Pass statements will include toll charges for travel throughout Georgia and participating states. Customers can check their statements for free online, as sent via email or, for a fee, mailed via USPS.
Toll invoices will only be sent to Peach Pass customers if your transponder is not mounted properly, or you have a negative account balance. An invoice will be sent from the agency operating the toll road where you traveled.
If you are a Peach Pass customer:
You can dispute a toll charge through one of the following methods: Mypeachpass.com Website, Mail/Fax, SRTA Walk-In Center or Peach Pass GO! 2.0 Mobile App. You may also call the Peach Pass Customer Service Center at 1-888-PCH-PASS (724-7277). To submit a dispute online as a Peach Pass account holder, log in to your Peach Pass account, select “Online Support” and follow the steps to submit your dispute.
If you are not a Peach Pass customer but received a Peach Pass Toll Invoice:
Select “Contact Us” on the bottom of the Peachpass.com home page and select “Email Peach Pass.” Then, follow the steps to submit your dispute.
If you are a customer of an out-of-state toll agency:
Contact your toll agency for information on how to file a dispute.
Having more than one transponder in your vehicle could allow you to be double charged. We recommend only having one toll account for each vehicle.
Only Peach Pass account holders are eligible to travel without paying the toll on I-85 through toll-exempt or non-toll mode accounts. Peach Pass customers are not able to take advantage of occupancy discounts in other states. We recommend keeping the account from the state where you travel the most frequently.