What happens if I don't pay my toll notice?
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.
If the final toll notice remains unpaid by the due date, you may receive an overdue toll notice reminder via email or sms. If you do not pay your overdue toll notice/s you may be issued with an infringement notice from Revenue NSW (this will include an infringement notice charge of $190) or be referred to a Debt Collection Agency (DCA). Failure to pay may result in prosecution.
Avoid fees and fines by paying your toll notice by the due date. You can pay a toll notice online, by using the Linkt app or in person. View your payment options or refer to your printed toll notice for more information. If you are having difficulty paying your tolls, we may be able to help.
Why did I receive a toll invoice or notice?
A toll invoice or notice is a bill for unpaid travel on a toll road. In this video, you’ll learn about why you might receive one and how to avoid it.
How to get help with Linkt Assist
If you’re finding it difficult to pay for your tolls because of financial or social challenges, the Linkt Assist team may be able to help. Get in touch as soon as you can to access confidential support which is tailored to your needs.