How do I log into my Ipass?

How do I log into my Ipass?

Steps

  1. Click on Sign Up.
  2. Enter your account number or transponder number.
  3. Enter the driver’s license number that is recorded on the I-PASS account.
  4. Set you username, password, security question and answer.
  5. Select “Continue”
  6. Log in to your account using the username and password you just created.

How do I check my I-pass balance?

How to Check a Balance on I-Pass

  1. Go to getipass.com and click the blue button labeled “Login to my I-Pass” in the upper right corner.
  2. Log in with your username and password at the appropriate prompts.
  3. Look for your I-Pass balance on your User Information screen.
  4. Enter your credit card information to increase your balance, if necessary.

Does the Ipass expire?

If the transponder is not replaced within 45 days of the date on the letter, the transponder will be deactivated and continued use of that transponder will result in toll violations. The new transponder will be active and ready for use within 24 hours in Illinois and within 48 hours in other states that accept I-PASS.

How do I activate my Ipass toll?

Call 1-800-926- 6500 or activate online at www.illinoistollway.com. Be prepared to provide the I-PASS serial number and activation code, located on the activation sticker on your transponder. Transponders obtained at a Tollway Customer Service Center are already activated.

Does SunPass accept Ipass?

SunPass States Sun Pass is not compatible with E-ZPass. However, E-ZPass may be used on some Orlando toll roads, where the E-Pass is accepted.

How do I get I pass?

You can open a new I-PASS account online at www. illinoistollway.com, on the phone at 1-800-UC-IPASS (800-824- 7277), in person at a Customer Service Center or one of nearly 200 Jewel-Osco locations in Northern Illinois or by mail. Please complete this application and sign the I-PASS Agreement.

Can I use Ipass in Indiana?

Every toll lane on the Illinois Tollway accepts I-PASS. You can also use it on the Chicago Skyway, the Indiana Toll Road and in 17 other states (via the E-ZPass system).