I have been reading on some posts from a while ago about 'cashless' tolls on Florida roads. I haven't been to Florida for a couple of years and these cashless tolls are new to me. Can it possibly be that you end up driving along a road and somehow accidentally come upon a toll for which you can't pay because you need a sunpass which you don't have because you never knew you needed one??? It seems most odd to me. I understand that some of the unmanned ones require change and the paypoint means pulling off the main highway, the approach to a toll booth is always clearly marked well ahead of time, but what does one do if you arrive at the toll booth with no facility at all to pay and no sunpass. We will be doing a bit of travelling around Florida this spring in a rental car and frankly don't feel inclined to buy the rental company toll in advance because it's a rip off, but at the same time don't want to end up arriving at a toll with no facility to pay it and getting fined by the rental company. We are renting from Thrifty. Is there a map available which shows all the Florida roads where there are cashless tolls so that we can avoid them. As well as Orlando we are driving to Fort Lauderdale, and from there onto Fort Myers via Alligator Alley. We are arriving at Orlando International and some of the posts suggest that there is one just leaving the airport, or was that a pay cash one that was missed. I was a bit confused here as we have flown into Orlando Airport several times and have only ever seen tolls where there is a facility to pay.