Pa. Turnpike four-week partial amnesty program on toll violations opens July 5

The Pennsylvania Turnpike is offering a 28-day partial amnesty program if you have outstanding violations, including all tolls and fees.

If you have outstanding violations and do not make amends or seek amnesty, you are risking suspension of your vehicle registration. A new law that takes effect Aug. 4 allows PennDOT to suspend the vehicle registration of any Pennsylvania motorist who has state toll violations, including tolls and fees, totaling $500 or more or six or more separate instances of violation.

Once a driver’s registration has been suspended, violators will owe all outstanding tolls and fees to the turnpike and an additional $91 fee to PennDOT for registration reinstatement.

Under the partial amnesty program, toll violations that are newer than 60 days can be settled by paying in full the outstanding toll amount. All other fees will be forgiven.

Toll violations older than 60 days that have been referred to collections may be settled by paying in full the outstanding toll amount and a portion of the outstanding fees.

In certain situations, payment plans may be available.

Please call 1-877-736-6727 to take advantage of the program from July 5 through Aug. 4.

Not sure if you have outstanding violations? Please click here for unpaid tolls, but you will need your license number to check.

More information about the amnesty program is available by clicking here.