What is the difference between ETAG 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 put money on my ETAG?
You can top up your account, by: 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.
How does ETAG work in NSW?
Your number plate is recorded in the tolling systems, and then read and matched by a camera as you pass through toll points. If you are visiting Sydney, or use toll roads very rarely, this may be a better option for you than a tag.
How much is a ETAG NSW?
Open an e-tag account with Service NSW. No registration fee. The minimum opening credit is $25. E-Toll Tagless – Register online for $1.50 or at Services for $3.30.
How much does an ETAG cost NSW?
You can order multiple tags on your Easy Toll Tag account. 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.
How do I buy e tolls online?
Registering online at sanral.co.za etoll. Printing the registration form available from the e-toll website and faxing it to 0800 726 725 or emailing it to [email protected] Calling the e-toll call centre at 0800 726 725. Using the app found on Android and Apple devices.
What does 3 beeps mean on ETAG?
Your account balance is low
1 beep: There’s enough money in your account and you’re good to go. 3 beeps: Your account balance is low. Top up your account as soon as possible to avoid suspension. 4 beeps: Your account has been suspended. Pay the overdue amount as soon as possible or you may receive a toll invoice.
Is 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.
Do I need to return my ETAG?
E-Toll Tag Account holders If you no longer live in NSW you can return your tag by registered post, with an accompanying letter advising that the tag is no longer required. To receive your tag security deposit refund and to avoid a non return tag fee, you need to return the tag(s) undamaged.