Overdue and unpaid toll invoices
If you don't pay your toll invoice by the due date, we'll send a final toll invoice to the vehicle's registered owner. You will have 14 days to pay the final toll invoice. Like the first invoice, the final toll invoice will include tolls plus additional fees.
If you don’t pay this final invoice, the vehicle’s registered owner may receive a fine from Victoria Police or be referred to a debt collection agency.
Unpaid toll invoice reminders
If we find unpaid toll invoices from the last 30 days for any vehicle linked to your account, we'll display an unpaid toll invoice reminder in your account.
- Were driving the vehicle at the time, please pay these invoices as soon as possible to avoid additional fees
- Own the vehicle but weren't driving it at the time, you can nominate another driver to pay the invoice
- Didn't own the vehicle at the time of travel, we recommend removing the vehicle from your account. The vehicle's owner will receive the toll invoice
Avoid future toll invoices
If you use Australian toll roads at least a few times a year, you may prefer to open an account or buy a pass to cover your travel. With Prepaid and Postpaid payment options, an active Linkt account means you’re always good to go.
Setting up an account or pass before you use a toll road – or arranging one up to 9 days after – will help you avoid the admin fees in a toll invoice. So, it can often work out to be a more cost-effective way to pay for your toll road travel.
With a Prepaid, Postpaid or Commercial Account, you can cover trips made up to 9 days ago in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, except for EastLink (VIC), and the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel (NSW). Learn more about covering past trips.
Linkt Assist is here to help you through tough times
If you want to pay your tolls but can’t manage your payments right now, the Linkt Assist team can help, the Linkt Assist team can help. Get in touch as soon as you can for confidential support.