If you have a toll invoice from the operator of another road, you’ll need to follow their payment process. You can visit their websites from the links below:
You can cover your trips on certain toll roads* even after you've travelled. Provided it's within 9 days of the date you travelled, add the car to your account and you'll be covered.
When adding the car to your account, you'll have a choice to set a start and end date. The start date can be set up to 9 days prior to the date of your trip. If you travelled more than 9 days ago a toll invoice or notice will be sent to the car's registered owner.
*Tag, tagless or commercial accounts cover trips made up to 10 days ago on all toll roads in NSW or Victoria and 9 days ago on all roads in Queensland, excluding Harbour Bridge, Harbour Tunnel, and Eastlink. If you’ve travelled on those toll roads more than 3 days ago, you'll likely receive a toll notice from Transport for NSW for payment.
To add a car to your account online or via the Linkt app follow these steps:
If you've travelled on a Sydney toll road without a valid tolling account or pass, you may inadvertently find yourself with a handful of toll notices to pay.
If that's you, you can use your tolling account to pay your outstanding Sydney toll notices. We'll reduce the admin fee when you transfer the toll notices to your account. You'll pay the lower transfer fee instead.
The transfer fee will vary depending on the toll road you've used:
For Westlink M7 you'll pay $1.90 to transfer a first notice (saving $8.10) or $2.90 for a follow-up notice (saving $17.10).
For all other Sydney toll roads you'll pay $1.10 for a first notice (saving $8.90) or $2.20 for a follow-up notice (saving $17.80).
You’ll need to ensure your account is setup to cover the cost of the tolls and transfer fee. If you have a Tag account, check that there are enough funds in your account. If you have a Tagless account your payment details must be up to date.
This offer is only available for toll notices less than 2 years old. This offer does not apply if your unpaid toll notices have already been referred to a debt collection agency and/or you have more than 3 unpaid toll notices owing against your licence plate number on any one toll road.
Watch these short videos to find out more about how tolling works and why you may have received a toll invoice or notice.
If you’ve received a toll notice and weren’t driving the vehicle at the time of travel, you can transfer the toll notice to someone else by nominating the person who was driving at the time.
This can only be done twice.
You should do this at least 10 days before the due date indicated on the toll notice.
To nominate another driver:
Post your completed statutory declarations to:
Toll Compliance Management
Locked Bag 5004
Parramatta NSW 2124
In NSW, the class of your vehicle, along with the distance you travel, determines the tolls you pay. Your vehicle's class depends on its size, and the way your vehicle is classed can change, depending on the toll road you travel on (including if you’re interstate).
Vehicle dimensions on NSW toll roads include (without limitation) any towed vehicles such as a trailer, caravan or boat, and items placed on the roof of the vehicle or vehicles with elevated roofs.
Trips can be classed as either:
Depending on what toll road you travel on, the dimensions of your vehicle can change whether your vehicle is Class A or Class B. For example:
The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel have a single class for tolling.