Thursday, September 23, 2010

Now There Are New Payment Options for License Plate Toll Customers

Online Account Manager Provides Current Billing Info, Online Payment Options

Aurora – License Plate Toll (LPT) customers, who are billed for their E-470 tolls via photos of their license plates, can now establish an online account to view and pay their tolls without waiting for their monthly statements to arrive in the mail.

The new tool, “Online Account Manager,” offers LPT customers more accessible account information, convenience and control. “This makes using E-470 more attractive for our LPT customers,” said E-470 Public Information Officer Jo Snell. “Our customers now have several methods to pay their tolls, and they have the ability to manage their account information online.”

LPT customers may register and update their account information online, choose to receive monthly LPT statements via email instead of postal mail, deposit pre-paid tolls of any amount to their account, or pay for individual tolls incurred prior to a statement being generated. The customer can also leave credit card information on file for the convenience of making payments at any time or instruct E-470 to debit the card for the amount owed when the monthly statement is due.

LPT customers can open their accounts online at and click on “Open Account” on the left side of the screen. They have the option of establishing an online account for License Plate Toll or opening an EXpressToll account to receive a 10 percent discount on E-470 tolls and take advantage of the EXpressToll Rewards program. EXpressToll is a transponder-based account that, in addition to the toll discount, provides automatic, continuous payment features and replenishment of the account.

E-470 is a tollway that runs along the eastern perimeter of the Denver metropolitan area. The 70-mph highway extends 47 miles from State Highway C-470 at I-25 in Douglas County, ending at I-25 just south of 160th Ave., in Thornton.

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