How do I find my e-toll tag number?

How do I find my e-toll tag number?

Your tag number is the unique 10 to 12-digit serial number printed on your tag device. To find a list of all your tag numbers, log in to your account and select Tags from the menu. If you want to transfer a toll invoice or notice to your account, you’ll need your tag number.

What is the ETag number?

An ETag is an opaque identifier assigned by a Web server to a specific version of a resource found at a URL. If the resource representation at that URL ever changes, a new and different ETag is assigned.

How do I activate my e-toll?

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 do I check my e-toll transaction?

You can view your E-toll statement online by logging in to your account. Click on the ‘Manage my account’ option and select ‘Account Statements’.

Are E-toll and Linkt the same?

The technology had different names depending on the issuer, such as Breeze (Eastlink Melbourne), Linkt (Transurban, includes former names E-way and go via), and E-toll (Transport for NSW). However, these are all interchangeable across Australia and no surcharges apply for use on other operators’ toll roads.

Where can I buy E-toll tags?

E-tags are available from dedicated e-toll Customer Care Outlets at shopping malls, e-toll service centres along the Gauteng freeway and from selected Checkers, Pick ‘n Pay and Shoprite stores at a fee of R49. 95.

How do I top up e-Toll online?

You can top up your account, by: Via the website “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.

What’s the difference between e-toll tag and easy toll tag?

E-Toll is introducing a new system, and as a result, your Easy Toll account will be automatically switched over to an E-Toll Tag account on 28 February 2022. The new system gives you access to a convenient online portal that makes it easier for you to manage your account online.

How do I transfer an e-toll tag?

How to change

  1. Select the ‘Change online’ button.
  2. Enter your account number and password.
  3. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
  4. Select ‘Vehicle details’ from the menu on the left.
  5. Enter the changes and submit.

How do I top up e-toll online?

How do I pay my e tag online?

View and pay E-toll VPC account Click on “e-toll”; Click on “Manage my VPC Account” (top right corner); Create a username and password by providing the required information; Once you have entered the VPC homepage, click the “Pay Account” button; and.

What is my RTA e-toll tag number?

What is my RTA E-Toll tag number? What is my RTA E-Toll tag number? Your RTA E-Toll tag number is printed on the tag itself. It is the seven digit number immediately to the left of the 5888, (ignore the zeros).

How do I order extra e-toll tags or brackets?

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. You’ll be taken to another website.

How do I get a TollTag?

· Open your account online or visit one of our TollTag retail locations to get your TollTag today. Customers are required to maintain a positive account balance, which can be monitored via our Tollmate app or our online Customer Service System.

What if my TollTag account balance is $10 or less?

If your TollTag account balance is $10 or less, your account balance must be restored to $40. If you plan to add a fourth vehicle to your TollTag account, please be sure the account balance is updated to $80.