NEW! Peach Pass Now Works on Florida and North Carolina Toll Roads
Your Peach Pass continues to offer more reliable travel times and increased travel choices by providing easy access to I-85 Express Lanes and future toll lanes in Georgia. Now, we are interoperable with Florida and North Carolina which allows Peach Pass customers access to more than 750 miles of toll roads throughout the three southeastern states. To view toll roads in Florida, please click here; for NC, please click here.
In addition, where applicable, motorists with a Peach Pass Personal Toll Account will be able to pay the lower SunPass rates in Florida and NC Quick Pass rates in North Carolina.
How it Works
Motorists with a Peach Pass Personal Toll Account
- Motorists with a Peach Pass Personal Toll Account can access toll roads in Florida and North Carolina without taking any additional action.
- The transponder that works on the I-85 Express Lanes will also provide access to Florida and North Carolina toll roads via the SunPass, Leeway Pass and E-Pass and NC Quick Pass lanes.
- Your Peach Pass transponder must be tied to a valid and current license plate. Note: Be sure to check your account online, by calling the Peach Pass Customer Service Center or by downloading the Peach Pass GO! Mobile App to ensure the correct license plate is listed and all payment information is up-to-date.
Motorists with a Pay n GO! Peach Pass Account
- Motorists with a Pay n GO! Peach Pass Account MUST CONVERT to a Personal Toll Account BEFORE they can take advantage of this new benefit.
- Call the Peach Pass Customer Service Center at 1-855-PCH-PASS (724-7277) or visit a walk-up center (locations available on www.PeachPass.com) for personal assistance.
- As an additional benefit, you will receive $5 in free trips when converting your Pay n GO! Peach Pass Account to a Personal Toll Account.
The Future of Interoperability
Currently, Peach Pass can be used on toll roads in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina only. In the coming months and years, the number of states in which the Peach Pass is interoperable will continue to expand to include the E-Z Pass network throughout the Northeast.