FasTrak paying tolls overview
There are multiple options to do FasTrak pay toll for invoices and violations. FasTrak will issue a violation notice or invoice to the registered owner of any vehicle that passes through tolled facilities without a FasTrak license plate account, One-Time payment, or FasTrak toll tag.
According to https://thetollroads.com in the front page, in their “Payment Options” block, FasTrak® FasTrak can be used on every tolled bridge, lane, and road in California. In the Bay Area, you can also use FasTrak at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) parking facilities. Here is the list of all the toll locations where FasTrak is accepted.
How do I find out if I owe a toll in California?
FasTrak pay by phone
The phone number to do the FasTrak pay toll is 877-229-8655. This is their customer service phone number and where you can go to do the FasTrak pay toll. If you are outside of the United States, you want to call FasTraks’ international customer service number to do the FaskTrak pay toll which is 415-486-8655.
FasTrak pay by mail
Mail a check to the Customer Service Center. Include your invoice, violation, or account number on your check.
PO Box 26879
San Francisco, CA 94126
PO Box 26925
San Francisco, CA 94126
This link has “Ways to pay”
Can I pay California FasTrak online?
Yes, to pay a California FasTrak online go to this link. This link is for if you want to pay online for a toll invoice or violation that you’ve received. From that page: To do Fastrak pay online or dispute an invoice, you will need your invoice or violation document. Invoices and violations have unique identification numbers. For violations, the number is in the upper left-hand corner of the document. For invoices, the number is in the upper right-hand corner.
Enter the notice or violation information on the page (see link above) to view additional details, then pay the amount due, dispute the toll, or transfer the toll to an existing account.
The One-Time Payment Method (if you went through a California toll within the last 48 hours)
If you have gone through a toll within the last 48 hours you can also make a “One-Time Payment.” One-Time Payments are not ways to pay toll invoices or violations. Rather you can do One-Time payments to pay for a California toll you passed through within the last 48 hours or to pay future tolls up to 30 days in advance. You can read more about One-Time Payments and make a one time payment.