- Can I change the battery in my ETAG?
- What’s the difference between e-toll tag and easy toll tag?
- How do I apply for an ETAG?
- How much does an e-toll tag cost?
- How long does ETAG battery last?
- What happens if you don’t have an ETAG?
- What happens if your ETAG doesnt beep?
- Can I use my ETAG in another car?
- How do I put money on my ETAG?
- Is Linkt and e-toll the same?
- What happens if you accidentally go through a toll?
- What happens when you don’t have toll money?
Can I change the battery in my ETAG?
If your Transport for NSW E-Toll tag is faulty due to a battery or technical problem, you can take it to a service centre and replace it free of charge..
What’s the difference between e-toll tag and easy toll tag?
Easy Toll tag has lower initial costs but you have to pay monthly fees, while the E-Toll tag is upfront. … The Easy Toll has account fees but the E-Toll Tag option, you can get the $40 deposit back when you return the toll.
How do I apply for an ETAG?
Your tag will be posted to the current address on your application. You’ll need to make a minimum payment into your E-Toll Account to open it. Once you’ve opened an account, you can then register for online access where you can check your account information or change your personal details.
How much does an e-toll tag cost?
The monthly account fee is $1.25 for your first tag, $1.00 for your second tag, 75c for your third tag, and 50c for all subsequent tags. If you no longer need your tag, simply return it to a Service NSW Centre. If you close your account within 6 months, a closing fee of $6 will apply.
How long does ETAG battery last?
approximately 5 yearsThe life of the battery in an e-TAGs is approximately 5 years. Customers are advised when a device is about to expire and to contact the issuer should their e-TAG not beep as they pass a tolling gantry, to receive a replacement device.
What happens if you don’t have an ETAG?
If you do happen to travel on a road that requires a toll payment, and you don’t have either a tag or pass you can arrange for payment by contacting a toll provider within 3 days of your first trip. Otherwise you will receive a toll notice requesting payment and an administration fee.
What happens if your ETAG doesnt beep?
Your tag should beep as you pass through a toll point. If your Tag does not beep, the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed. … If the problem persists call 13 18 65, or visit a Service NSW Centre with your Tag. If the Tag is faulty due to low battery or a technical fault, your Tag may be replaced free of charge.
Can I use my ETAG in another car?
No. You can only use one Tag in a vehicle at any one time. You must ensure you add / link your licence plate number to your Account. If you have multiple tags, make sure you only use one tag in a vehicle at any one time or you may be charged twice (or multiple times) for each trip.
How do I put money on my ETAG?
You can top up your account, by:EFT.Via the Call Centre using your credit card 0800 SANRAL (726 725)Via the website www.sanral.co.za/e-toll/ “Manage my e-toll account”At an FNB Bank or advance FNB ATM (even if you are not a FNB client)At Checkers, Pick n Pay or Shoprite.
Is Linkt and e-toll the same?
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.
What happens if you accidentally go through a toll?
The registered owner will receive a violation notice in the mail (usually within two weeks). Each violation transaction is assessed a $57.50 penalty in addition to the toll amount due. If the registered owner has no previous violations, the penalties will be waived. This is a courtesy for first time violators only.
What happens when you don’t have toll money?
If the toll booth is not manned and requires you to drop coins into a bucket, a camera will most likely take your license plate information and send you a bill later. If you’re in a rental car, the bill will go to the rental company, which will in turn charge you for the toll on your rental bill.