I-95, Del. 1 toll amnesty program begins Oct. 1

Posted 9/15/21

DOVER — The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles is offering a three-month amnesty program for toll violators to resolve their toll debt for a lesser cost.

Senate Joint Resolution 5, passed …

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I-95, Del. 1 toll amnesty program begins Oct. 1

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DOVER — The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles is offering a three-month amnesty program for toll violators to resolve their toll debt for a lesser cost.

Senate Joint Resolution 5, passed by the Delaware General Assembly, established the toll amnesty program. Anyone with outstanding toll violations incurred on Del. 1 or Interstate 95 between Jan. 1, 2014, and April 30, 2020, is eligible to participate in the toll amnesty program.

From Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, civil penalties will be waived for outstanding toll violations if tolls due plus an amnesty fee are paid.

Starting Oct. 1, letters will be mailed to the registered owners of approximately 640,000 vehicles with unpaid toll violations and civil penalties to notify them of the waiver period.

To participate in the program or for more information, visit de.gov/tollamnesty.

After Dec. 31, full resolution of any outstanding toll violations will require payment of all civil penalties.