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Driving a Rental Car on Colorado Toll Roads

Driving a Rental Car on Colorado Toll Roads


Are you flying into Denver, renting a car, and then driving on E-470? E-470 is the 47-mile toll road running the eastern perimeter of the Denver Metro area. Rental car customers can pay for tolls in two ways if they choose to drive on any of Colorado’s toll roads. They can opt in to the rental company’s toll plan or they can add a vehicle to their ExpressToll account. Customers who opt in to the rental car company toll plan will be billed tolls and administrative fees directly through the rental car company as defined in the rental car agreement. Rental car companies often times add administrative fees for using their rental cars on the toll road. View your rental car agreement to better understand how the rental company will bill your tolls. Please note: if your rental car is already equipped with an ExpressToll sticker tag, your tolls will be billed through the rental car company. Rental car customers’ other toll payment option is to add the vehicle to their ExpressToll account. Adding the rental vehicle’s license plate allows customers to pay for the tolls only and avoid additional rental car companies’ administrative fees. Customers must add the rental car’s license plate to the ExpressToll account BEFORE they drive on the toll road. You can add the rental car’s license plate to the account by calling the ExpressToll Service Center or logging into your account at ExpressToll.com. Here’s a quick look at how to add the rental car to your account online. First, log in to your account at ExpressToll.com. Click on the vehicle menu option on the left and then click “Add Vehicle”. A warning message will pop up stating that any prior transactions attached to this license plate will not be transferred to this account. You can contact our Service Center for more information, but as a rental car customer, you can simply click “Okay”. A dialogue box will appear to enter the information. Here, check the “‘Rental Car” box. Choose the state, and then enter the license plate number and year of the vehicle. Next, include the start and end date. It is important to include the start and end dates to ensure the tolls are properly billed to this account. Also, please remember to add the rental vehicle to the account BEFORE driving the toll road. Otherwise, the tolls and additional fees will be billed through the rental car company. If you have additional questions about how to pay your tolls if you drive a rental car on E-470, please contact us at 303-537-3470. E-470 wants to make our rental car customers’ driving experience stress-free. This video was brought to you by E-470 – your time, your choice, your road.

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3 thoughts on “Driving a Rental Car on Colorado Toll Roads

  1. Just ignore any and all mail/Bill's coming from Colorado, let em try to hunt you down. Drive free like it was intended instead of bowing to these predators

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