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Electronic Toll Collection

Electronic Toll Collection, also known as E-Toll offers an easy way to pay tolls as applied on New South Wales motorway including Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel, the Eastern Distributor, M2, M4 and M5, Queensland Motorways and Melbourne City Link in Victoria.

You can apply for your E-Toll account through the appropriate body within your state or territory as detailed in links below.


How does E-Toll work?
Application for an E-toll account is usually through your local state authority. If you are in Queensland, it is through Queensland Motorways. Those in New South Wales apply through the Road and Traffic Authority. Those in Melbourne, Victoria apply through CityLink. Once approved, you will receive a small electronic tag (transponder) and holder which is attached to your front windscreen.

When you drive through a toll lane marked with an RTA E-Toll sign, a scanner detects the tag and automatically deducts the toll from your pre-paid account.

How will I know that the E-Toll tag has worked?
When entering the E-Toll area, your  E-Toll tag will give a short trill sound. The toll gate traffic light will turn green and the display panel at the toll gate will display a ‘Tag Accepted’ message.

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