How do I contact Etoll?
Contact Us. If you have difficulties with this system or require further information on your Common Expiry Date Fleet, please contact the RTA DRIVES Help Desk on 1300 13 11 72. Business hours for the DRIVES Help Desk are 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 12:00pm Saturdays, excluding public holidays.
How do I check my outstanding e tolls?
The road user can also check the outstanding e-toll fees, by using their vehicle licence plate number and ID number of the owner on the e-toll website by making use of the “Manage my e-toll/VPC Acoount” options.
What is tag number E-Toll?
Your tag number is the unique 10 to 12-digit serial number printed on your tag device. If you want to transfer a toll invoice or notice to your account, you’ll need your tag number. If you’ve just opened an account, your tag number can take up to 5 days to appear online.
What’s the difference between e-toll and Linkt?
E-way customers have now been transitioned across to Transurban’s retail brand, Linkt, rather than Transurban managing two separate retailers. By becoming Linkt, E-way customers will benefit from some lower fees, more flexible payment options and a better digital experience when managing their account online.
How do I pay toll free?
Toll payment can be done by mailing your toll fee to the customer service centre. It should include the details of the toll invoice/violation number or account number on the check. Mail your toll fee at: FasTrak Invoices: PO Box 26879, San Francisco, CA 94126. FasTrak Violations: PO Box 26925, San Francisco, CA 94126.
How do I claim my e-toll cashback online?
If claiming online:
- Log in to your E-Toll Account.
- Select the ‘Claim Cashback’ link in the Account Overview screen.
- Complete the required fields.
- Submit your claim.
How do I access my e-toll account?
You can access your Account online by logging in and clicking on the ‘Manage my Account’ option. To log in you will need either your E-Toll Account number or email address and the online Password you created. If you haven’t set up online access, you can register here.
What happens if you don’t pay e-toll?
Motorists travelling on Gauteng freeways who fail to pay their e-toll bills may soon end up receiving hefty fines or having their vehicle license disk renewals blocked. SANRAL says that drivers who fail to pay their e-toll bills will also not be able to renew their vehicle license disks.
What is e way toll?
An electronic toll tag is a device that you place in your vehicle, which is read as you pass through toll points – you should hear a beep. Tags are the easiest way to pay tolls, and are cost efficient, even if you only travel on toll roads occasionally.
How can I Check my Transport for NSW e toll account?
Check an E-Toll Account. If you have an existing Transport for NSW E-Toll Account, you can check online to: order extra tags or brackets. You can log in to your E-Toll Account using a unique email address. If you don’t have an email address or it’s not unique to one account, log in using your E-Toll Account number.
How do I log in to my e toll account?
You can log in to your E-Toll Account using a unique email address. If you don’t have an email address or it’s not unique to one account, log in using your E-Toll Account number.
Is there a fee to return an e toll tag?
You can have multiple tags on your one E-Toll Tag account. If you no longer need your tag, simply return it to any Service NSW Centre. If you do not return you tag/s a non-return tag fee may apply. If you close your account within 6 months, a closing fee of $6 will apply.
Are there two toll tag accounts in Australia?
E-Toll offers two tag account products for drivers and motorcyclists who regularly travel on Australian toll roads. Compare below to see which account suits your payment preferences.