Add a temporary or borrowed vehicle to an account
There may be times when you need to travel on a toll road using a vehicle that’s not yours. This could be because:
- You have borrowed a vehicle from friends or family
- You’re using a courtesy vehicle
- You’re using a rental or ride-share vehicle. If you’re renting a car or using a car share scheme, check with the company first – many companies have tolling arrangements in place for their customers.
You can cover your toll road travel with the following options.
If you have a Linkt account with a tag
Put your tag in the borrowed vehicle, making sure it’s correctly installed. Your travel will be charged to your Linkt account.
If you have a Linkt account without a tag
If you have a tagless account, add the licence plate of the borrowed vehicle to your Linkt account and set a start and end date. Your travel will be charged to your Linkt account you will be charged a video matching fee. Find out how to do this online or using the Linkt app using the instructions below.
If you don’t have a Linkt account
You can cover your toll road travel by buying a pass and add the borrowed vehicle details with the dates you plan to travel.
|Cover past trips by up to 5 days with CityLink (excludes EastLink)|
|Cover past CityLink trips by up to 5 days and up to 3 days for EastLink trips|
If you don’t have an account or pass and you use a toll road, the registered owner of the vehicle may receive a toll invoice.