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*In New South Wales and Victoria, you can cover trips made up to 10 days ago on your Tag, Tagless or Commercial account on the following roads. New South Wales: Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, WestConnex M4, Westlink M7. Backdating is not available on the Cross City Tunnel, Sydney Harbour Bridge & Tunnel, or M5 South-West Motorway. Victoria: CityLink. Queensland: You can cover trips made up to 9 days ago on Airportlink M7, Clem Jones Tunnel (Clem7), Gateway Motorway, Go Between Bridge, Legacy Way, Logan Motorway, Toowoomba Bypass
Sydney passes can be backdated by up to to 3 days.
You can open an account online or via the Linkt app. You'll need the following information::
For ongoing payments, you can use an accepted debit or credit card^^ or set up a direct debit from your bank account.
^ When you pay via an accepted credit card or debit card, you may be charged a Payment Card Surcharge.
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For Tag accounts, your tag will take 7 to 10 working days to arrive, but you can start travelling right away if you register your vehicle to your account.
Normally, a no tag in vehicle fee is charged when you travel without your tag. For new customers, we'll credit any no tag in vehicle fees for 14 days from the day you open your account. Credits may take up to 4 weeks to appear.
When your new tag arrives, make sure it's installed correctly to avoid incurring any future no tag in vehicle fees.
For Tagless accounts you can travel immediately. A vehicle matching fee will apply for each trip you make.
Yes, you'll need a credit card for the opening payment. Once that's done, you can choose to set up a direct debit from your bank account for ongoing payments. Read more about payment options
To make sure your account is always ready for travel, you can set up auto top-up for ongoing payments.
If you're not sure an account is right for you, our online product selector can help you choose.
You can link as many vehicles as you like to your account.
When a car linked to your account travels without a correctly installed tag, you'll be charged a no tag in vehicle fee or vehicle matching fee per trip. You can reduce your fees by making sure every vehicle has a correctly installed tag.
Motorcycles don't need to use tags when travelling on toll roads. All you need to do is register your motorcycle's licence plate number to your account. If you already have an account, you can do this online by logging in.
When you travel, we'll use our cameras to identify your motorcycle and charge tolls to your account. Unlike other vehicles, motorcycles aren't charged a fee when travelling without a tag.
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 waive 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, or if the total amount of tolls and admin fees you owe exceeds $250, and/or you have more than 10 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.