When you pass through a toll plaza in a Getaround car and use an electronically charged open lane tolling, the toll will automatically be registered and paid based on the car's license plate. Electronically tolled lanes may be called FasTrak lanes, EZPass lanes, iPass lanes, or other names, depending on your location.
If you pass through a toll plaza during your trip and use an open road tolling lane, our team will automatically charge the toll to your credit card plus a $2.50 per toll processing fee. To avoid paying twice for tolls, do not pay cash when passing through a toll plaza with open road digitally charged tolled lanes.
Autotoll™ currently works on all major tolled bridges and roads in the states and provinces highlighted on the map below. Keep in mind that toll prices vary by region, facility, and time of day.
Limitations of Autotoll
Autotoll will not work at any gated (non-high-speed) toll lane. These lanes require payment by cash or credit card. Getaround customers are encouraged to use high-speed toll lanes wherever possible.
All toll roads listed on the map above in blue areas do not have AutoToll coverage.
A few toll plazas outside of Chicago, D.C, or L.A.. only have gated toll lanes and do not have any high-speed lanes, or they otherwise require the use of a transponder. In some markets our toll partner does not cover those areas at all. At these locations, manual payment by the guest is required to pass through these plazas. Some of these locations are as follows (list is not guaranteed to be comprehensive):
- I-90 Chicago Skyway (Illinois/Indiana)
- Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (Virginia)
- Dulles Greenway (Virginia)
- Dulles Toll Road (Virginia)
- Powhite Parkway Extension (Virginia)
- RMA Expressway System (Virginia)
- Metro ExpressLanes on the I-10 and I-110 around Los Angeles (California)
- Ambassador Bridge (Michigan)
- Grosse Ile Toll Bridge (Michigan)
- Detroit-Windsor Tunnel (Michigan)