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South Carolina Toll Roads

Drive comfortably throughout South Carolina using its convenient toll roads network. Check payment methods, missing payments, toll way costs and history of the most important toll roads, tunnels, bridges and express highways in SC for your upcoming trip!

SC Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay South Carolina tolls?

You can pay the toll on the Southern Connector toll road on I-185 outside Greenville electronically with Palmetto Pass or with cash. You can also pay with a credit card at the mainline toll plaza.

How do I pay a missed toll in South Carolina?

If you missed a toll on the Southern Connector and filled out a Pledge to Pay form, you can pay it at a toll booth, in a customer service center, or by mail.

What happens if I don't pay a toll in South Carolina?

If you don’t resolve your Pledge to Pay within 30 days, you will receive a toll violation with additional fees and fines.

How much are tolls in South Carolina?

The price with a Palmetto Pass is between $1.80 and $7.50 depending on how many axles your vehicle has. With cash or credit card payment the price is $1.25 to $8.40, depending on where you enter and exit and the number of axles.

How do I pay Greenville tolls?

You can pay tolls on the Southern Connector with a Palmetto Pass tag or with cash.

Are Palmetto Pass and E-ZPass the same?

You can only use the Palmetto Pass on the Southern Connector. E-ZPass is not accepted.

Toll Roads in South Carolina

Southern Connector Toll Road


Toll Road Name Southern Connector, South Carolina
On Which Highways Interstate 185
Connecting Cities Connects the I-185 to the I-385
Cost of the Toll Road Fixed rate based on axle/weight/distance traveled
Auto Cost $3.00 max - $.075 min (calculate your toll costs here:
Trucks Cost $12.00 max - $0.75 min
Distance of the Toll Road 16 miles - 25.75 km
How to pay PalPass, cash, credit cards at mainline plazas - Checks, money orders, Travelers Checks, etc. CANNOT be accepted for payment of tolls. - At (Highway 20 and Fork Shoals Road) EXACT CHANGE or valid Palmetto Pass is required. Credit cards cannot be used at the ramps.

How and When to Use the Southern Connector

The Southern Connector has three exits between each toll plaza. Those using the entire road are charged the full amount, which means paying two tolls. Credit card payments are accepted only at the mainline plazas. Credit Cards accepted are AMEX, Visa, Discover and MasterCard. Debit cards bearing the logo of AMEX, Visa, Discover or MasterCard will also be accepted, but as credit transactions. Any debit card requiring a PIN number will not be accepted as a form of payment. 


The Southern Connector was built to relieve congestion on highways 85 and 385, and to open up a significant portion of southern Greenville county to economic development. The highway opened in February 2001.