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    Toll Violations in Florida

    To start with, SunPass is the system used in Florida for payment on toll roads. Thus, SunPass users have a prepaid account link to either a sticker or a portable transponder. In fact, users mount them to the windshield of their vehicle. So, when you drive through the toll booth your transponder or sticker sends a radio signal that deducts the charge from your account. Yet, toll violations can still happen with this system.

    Though, this system has increased the efficiency of processing toll payments. Even so, the system is not without flaws. In fact, at times the SunPass system has inaccurately reported violations. So, this has created issues for toll road drivers.

    Unfortunately, many toll violations occur accidentally, without knowledge, and without notice. Did your credit card linked to your SunPass account expire? Was your SunPass transponder mounted and operating properly? Thus, toll violations can become a headache quickly. Especially, when facing multiple alleged “violations” or even a suspended license as a result. Take charge of your driving record and lawyer up with a RHINO Lawyer today.

    Reasons for a Toll Violation

    First, receiving a toll violation letter could happen for many reasons. Typically, you received the violation because you did not pay the toll. Additionally, you could receive a violation and not know. Due to, one of the following reasons.

    • Your SunPass account has the wrong license plate number.
    • Incorrect address on account.
    • Transponder mounted incorrectly.
    • The batteries died in your transponder.
    • Insufficient funds in SunPass account.

    Actually, when these violations occur the traffic camera in the toll station will take a picture of the vehicle’s license plate. Then, SunPass will use the DMV information to send a violation letter. Incidentally, the car owner receives the violation, not the driver. Furthermore, if accused of a toll violation you have thirty days to resolve the violation.

    Toll Violation Penalties

    In fact, under Florida Statute Section 316.1001, toll violations are a noncriminal traffic infraction. As a result, it is punishable as a moving violation under chapter 318. In addition, they send these citations within 14 days of the violation. Thus, the penalties may include:

    • Fines of $100 and up.
    • Three points on your license.
    • Suspension of license and/or registration
    • Court fees.

    However, penalties from a toll violation can increase or become more severe depending on the number of violations you have.

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    In short, we know the importance of keeping you in the driver’s seat with a clean driving record. So, disputing your ticket is your only chance of getting it dismissed, even if you think you are “guilty.” Furthermore, RHINO Lawyers will even appear in court on your behalf, so you don’t have to.

    Lastly, we fully understand your position and can guide you through a system molded by law enforcement, judges, and lawyers for decades. Having won cases for our clients in similar circumstances, we know what it takes to fight on your behalf.

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