Installing tags in a car or light commercial vehicle
Install your tag in 3 easy steps
Your tag arrives active and ready to use. All you need to do is check it's correctly installed in your vehicle and drive on a toll road to check it's working.
Your tag comes with a tag holder that sticks firmly to your vehicle’s windscreen.
1. Insert the tag into its holder
Slide the tag into its holder until it clicks into place. Leave the backing on the adhesive for now.
2. Decide where to place your tag
Before removing the backing from the adhesive, trial fit the tag horizontally on your windscreen, just below or behind the rear-view mirror. Avoid placing the tag to the left of your mirror as it will be difficult to remove from its holder. It's important its position doesn't block the driver's view.
To make sure you can easily remove your tag from the holder, leave at least 7cm between the tag and the rear view mirror.
If your vehicle has a metallic windscreen, place the tag within the area that's dotted or lighter than the rest of the windscreen. Read more about metallic windscreens
3. Stick your tag in place
Once you're happy with the position, clean the area with a cloth and allow it to dry.
Remove the tape from the holder and press the tag firmly against the windscreen for 30 seconds.
4. My tag is installed, now what?
Now that your tag is installed correctly you can travel on toll roads. Your tag will beep when it passes through a tolling point. Find out about what the tags beeps mean or what to do if it doesn’t beep.
You don’t need to do anything online except for making sure that your account is topped up. Your Linkt account will automatically detect that your tag is in a vehicle and when you log in to your account the Tags and holders screen will display the last known licence plate of the vehicle making trips charged to your tag account.