Does I-4 in Florida have tolls?

I’m heading down to Florida to visit family and friends and I’ll be driving around the Orlando area. It looks like I’m going to be relying on I-4 a bit. Does I-4 in Florida have tolls?

Shannon Fitzgerald · Answered on Dec 08, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
How exciting! Yes, I-4 in Florida has tolls—but only in the 21-mile stretch of I-4 Express lanes starting west of Kirkman Road in Orlando and ending east of State Road 434 in Longwood.
Here are a few more things to consider before your trip as well:
  • I-4 Express does NOT accept cash or Toll-By-Plate
  • You must have a SunPass, E-Pass, E-ZPass, LeeWay, NC Quick Pass, or Peach Pass to electronically pay your tolls
  • If you don’t have these accepted transponders, you will be charged a $25 toll daily
You’ll therefore want to make sure you pack your transponder so you can use the I-4 Express with ease. If you’re planning on renting a car with a SunPass, be aware that most rental companies charge an activation fee when this SunPass is used. These activation fees can be daily or per trip, so it’s generally much cheaper to come with your own pass (as long as it can be used in rental cars) or purchase your own SunPass Portable transponder.
Depending on how much of I-4 Express you’re using, you can generally expect your tolls to range between $0.50 and $3.50. Just note that Florida’s Department of Transportation (FDOT) anticipates these rates to vary by demand and traffic volume in the near future.
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