Your case is taken out of the PTI/PTD program and it will be set for a pre-trial/disposition hearing in the County Court. In some cases, a criminal defense attorney can get the State Attorney to reinstate your PTI/PTD, which would ultimately result in the charge being dismissed (then it would be eligible for expunction).
Ask your lawyer - no one on this website is familiar enough with your case to question your attorney's strategic decisions, but generally, any plea entered on the client's behalf should be entered with the client's authority.
Under Florida Statute 316.1001, a toll violation is punishable as a civil moving violation. If you pay the tickets, you will get convicted of these offenses and get points assessed on your driving record, which will ultimately result in a points suspension. You need to have a traffic attorney handle these tickets - many times the toll representative will dismiss all or some of the tickets and withhold adjudication (no points) on any tickets that are plead to.
You were cited for improper passing because the officer is alleging that you didn't use your signal and your actions interfered with the movement of his vehicle. The tint violation could have been discovered after the officer stopped you for improper lane change. If you disagree with the Officer's side of the story, take it to court, but only with an experienced traffic attorney by your side.
If you were cited under 316.085(2), the language of the statute reads: "(2) No vehicle shall be...