Users' questions

Can I use e toll in Victoria?

Can I use e toll in Victoria?

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. All tags issued in Australia work on all toll roads throughout the country. So for example you can use a tag issued in NSW when driving on toll roads in Queensland or Victoria.

What happens if you drive on a toll road without paying?

If you drive on a toll road and did not arrange payment before travel, or did not pay your toll within the required time, the vehicle’s registered owner will receive an unpaid toll notice from that toll road’s payment provider. The notice may also include additional administration fees.

What happens if you accidentally go on a toll road?

Penalty notice issued A penalty notice may be sent to the registered operator of the vehicle if the toll is not paid in the time and manner permitted by the motorway. The fine for non-payment of a toll exceeds $180.

What happens if you dont pay m7 tolls?

It is unlawful in NSW to fail to pay road tolls when due. If you don’t pay your toll notice by the due date, a final toll notice will be issued to the vehicle’s owner, this will include an additional toll notice administration fee. Failure to pay may result in prosecution.

Do you need a pass to use a toll road in Victoria?

Victoria’s toll roads are maintained and operated by private companies: the type of pass or account you have. A pass is temporary travel offering designed for occasional toll road users. You can buy a pass before you travel or, up to 3 days after you travel on a toll road.

When do you have to pay tolls on toll roads?

Did you recently drive The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241, 261) and you don’t have a FasTrak ® account? You can easily pay your toll (s) here within 5 days before or 5 days after your drive.

Do you have to pay toll on Melbourne CityLink?

Melbourne Pass (External link) with Linkt for travel on both CityLink and EastLink. If you don’t register your vehicle for tolling by maintaining a valid account or by buying a relevant pass (a pass can be purchased before or up to 3 days after travel) you may be charged an administration fee or an infringement notice may be issued.

What happens if you don’t pay a VicRoads toll?

Find out what happens if you don’t pay. If you don’t keep your details up to date with VicRoads and your tolling operator, you could miss out on important information. The details of the registered operator of a vehicle kept by VicRoads will be used in the toll recovery process.