A Toll Credit Pass gives you pre-paid credit to use on Queensland toll roads for up to three years.
Passes come in preset amounts of $10, $20 or $50. They can’t be topped up or extended, but you can backdate them by up to three days.
Your pass will close once you’ve used all your credit, or after three years. If you're worried about running out of credit, you might like to consider a Road Pass.
Toll Credit Passes can only be purchased from participating United Petroleum, Puma or newsagent outlets. Find a Toll Credit Pass retailer
If you want to travel for more than three years, a pre-paid account is the most convenient way to pay for your toll trips. Find out more about a Linkt account
You can check the balance of your Toll Credit Pass online. However you won't be able to make changes to its end date or the licence plate number it's linked to.
All you'll need is your reference number, which is printed on your receipt. The reference number printed on your receipt maybe 10 or 15 digits.
If the reference number starts with 0003 (generally passes purchased after September 2020):
If the reference number starts with 900 (generally passes purchased before September 2020):
It may take 10–15 seconds for your balance to be returned.
If you get an error message when you try to check your balance, you may have used all your included credit or your pass may be over 3 years old.
If you think you'll use Brisbane toll roads for longer than 3 years, you might like to consider opening an account.
No, a single Toll Credit Pass will cover all your travel, up to the amount you've purchased, for a period of 3 years from date of purchase.
If you want to travel for longer than 3 years, a pre-paid account is the most convenient way to pay for your toll trips. Find out more about a Linkt account
You can top up your account, buy a Toll Credit Pass or pay a toll invoice or demand notice in person at participating United Petroleum, Puma or newsagent outlets. Payments can be made using cash, credit card or debit card. Remember to take your statement or invoice with you.
If you'd like to pay in person use your postcode or address to find your nearest participating outlet.
If you travel without an account or pass, the vehicle's registered owner will be issued with a toll invoice, which includes the tolls plus additional fees.
To avoid receiving a toll invoice, you can buy a pass up to 5 days after you've travelled.
Alternatively, you have until midnight on the seventh day after you travelled to open a Tag or Tagless account or add a vehicle to an existing account.
If you don't cover your travel within these time frames, a toll invoice will be sent to the vehicle's owner.