I get a bill, today, from GoodToGo, the Washington state toll-billing network...a bill for a toll, on a bridge in Eastern Washington. Little under $5. I have never been there. I know where I was that day, and I have three VISA charges in local shops to prove it. The plate is off my Kawasaki Versys X-300. I know where IT was that day, also. The garage. The plate was firmly affixed, and it remains. Three days earlier, it was not - it was on my trailer, riding back from Nevada where I'd left it for the winter. But the bike had not moved under its own power, other than on-and-off trailers, since November. I have not been to Washington State except to pass through the Tri-Cities area on my way to Portland. That, with a rented van, to pick up another purchase. So there is no mistake. I wasn't there. They have the right person for the plate number, but the plate wasn't there. Somehow they read it wrong. "Reading it wrong" doesn't appear to be an option, at least according to their form. I can try to prove (a) that the plate was stolen, and provide police reports; or (b) that the vehicle was sold and the new owner didn't re-register it. WA assigns plates to vehicles and transfers the plates, owner to owner. Neither apply. Contacting a lawyer over this is probably gonna cost at LEAST $200 for him to make a phone call. Ignoring it...their penalty schedule will have me owing thousands inside of a year. And who knows but I might have a need to move to Washington...this happened to me before, with a California ticket I wanted to blow off, just before having to relocate to California. Paying it cost me $5. Paying it, is what they're betting on. This is FRAUD. Does anyone rational just fork over money because an official envelope and letter tell them to? Anyone know of a way to fight this, once they blow off my excuse, and charge the first round of late fees?