NextPass is available in specific states. If you travel outside of these covered states, NextPass will not be able to facilitate toll payments on your behalf. It is important to note that traveling without alternative payment arrangements may result in violation fines. To avoid any inconvenience and potential penalties, we recommend reviewing the list of states covered by NextPass here.
Please check payment options before traveling through tolls and be prepared to make your toll payments according to the toll facility. NextPass is currently available for use on the toll roads, bridges, tunnels and express lanes listed here. With NextPass you can avoid the cash lanes and no toll tags or transponders are required.
NextPass provides coverage for various types of tolls, including:
1. Highway tolls: NextPass can be used to pay tolls on highways and expressways where electronic tolling systems are in place.
2. Bridge tolls: NextPass is accepted for bridge toll payments, allowing you to conveniently pass through toll plazas without the need for cash or physical toll tags.
3. Tunnel tolls: NextPass can be used to pay tolls for tunnels that utilize electronic tolling systems.
Facilities that are not "open road tolling", such as "arms", are NOT covered by NextPass.
Please note that specific toll facilities and regions may have their own regulations and requirements. It's recommended to check the list of supported states and toll facilities covered by NextPass for detailed information.
At this time, you can use NextPass for the toll roads covered by NextPass regardless of the state your license plate was issued. Please stay tuned for expansion of our services in other states.
You can use NextPass in the States of Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, and West Virginia. NextPass is currently available for use on the toll roads, bridges, tunnels, and express lanes listed here.