Payment Options

Quick and easy payment options

We offer worry-free ways to pay:

Automatic Payment with your free 407 ETR Web Account:

To help customers avoid the worry of making payments on time, we offer pre-authorized bank and credit card payments. You will continue to receive a statement of your account 10 days before the date of withdrawal. So avoid interest and collection fees and sign up now!

Sign-up for pre-authorized payment
(you will be asked to login/create a 407 Web Account - it’s fast and free and offers lots of great benefits including access to your full billing history, paperless billing, account consolidation, and much more.)

Online Credit Card Payment:

Don‘t have time to create a 407 ETR Web Account right now? You can make a quick credit card payment in our secure environment, 24-hours a day.

Make a payment now
(just pay and go, no web account/login required)

Telephone Self-Service:

You can call us at 1-888-407-0407, 24-hours a day to make a credit card payment.

And, if these easy methods don‘t suit your needs, you can also pay through standard methods such as at the bank or online banking, via mail and during business hours at our Customer Service Centre located at 6300 Steeles Avenue West (just west of Highway 27).

Paperless Billing

In an effort to provide customers choice and flexibility, we offer two forms of Paperless Billing:

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Our Payment Terms

Anyone that travels on 407 ETR is subject to tolls and fees. The person responsible for the bill can be either be the person who has leased a transponder from 407 ETR or, the person that owns the licence plate that was identified by our video recognition system. By law, the registered owner of the licence plate travelling on the highway is responsible for bill payment to 407 ETR, even if the owner was not the driver of the vehicle at the time of the recorded trip.

Bills are issued to users monthly and are due upon mailing. If payment is not received within 37 days of the Bill Date indicated on the bill, interest charges will be applied to the following months‘ bill. If that bill remains unpaid, collection activity may be initiated and a collection charge will also be added to your account. Failure to pay while in collection may result in an inability to renew or validate vehicle licence and permits.

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