How do I check my SANRAL account?

How do I check my SANRAL account?

You can manage your account by visiting and click on the “Manage my e-toll Account”, which will allow you full access to your transaction details.

How do I Pay Etoll online?

How to top up

  1. Select the ‘Pay online’ button.
  2. Log in to your account.
  3. Select ‘Top up account’.
  4. Choose the amount you wish to pay.
  5. Enter your payment details and save.

Where can I Pay Etoll?

The Gauteng e-road user can top-up the e-toll Account by making a payment into the account at an e-toll Customer Service Outlet or a Checkers*, Pick n Pay*, Shoprite*, or with Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

How do I check my balance on Etoll?

SMS, call centre options To get your balance via SMS, send a message with the following structure to 43360: ID*vehicle registration number.

How do I register with SANRAL?

You can do it by:

  1. Visiting SANRAL e toll customer service centres, located at a mall or along the Gauteng e-road.
  2. Registering online at etoll.
  3. Printing the registration form available from the e-toll website and faxing it to 0800 726 725 or emailing it to [email protected].

How do I pay my Etoll bill NSW?

You can pay your Toll Notice online or by calling us on 1300 883 114 (24/7 self-service payment facility) and provide your tag account details. A Toll Notice transfer fee applies if you use your tag account to pay for your Toll Notice.

Can I pay e-toll at Pick n Pay?

Top up your SANRAL e-Toll account at any Pick n Pay till in-store.

How do I check my toll fines NSW?

You can search for all outstanding toll notices by entering your licence plate number and state of registration or, if you prefer, you can also enter the toll notice number and search for a specific toll notice.

How do I contact Nzta?

If you still haven’t received your label after 7 working days, and you urgently need it, give us a call on 0800 108 809….Call us.

Contact centre Freephone number
Motor vehicle licensing and registrations 0800 108 809
Road user charges (RUC) 0800 655 644
Driver licensing 0800 822 422

How much is a toll notice?

Fees and charges (Sydney)

Fees Current fees
Follow-up Toll Notice Fee (Administration Charge) $20.00
Toll Notice Transfer Fee On Westlink M7: $1.90 per toll notice (white letter) $2.90 per follow-up notice (pink letter) On all other Sydney toll roads: $1.10 per toll notice $2.20 per follow-up notice

How do I access my SANRAL database?

  2. Completed, Signed & Commissioned Supplier Database Form.
  3. Completed and Signed SBD 4: Declaration of Interests.
  4. Completed and Signed SBD 6.1: Preference Points Claim Form.
  5. Completed and Signed SBD 8: Bidder’s Past SCM Practices.

How do I check my unpaid toll NSW?

How do I find my e-toll account number?

Your E-Toll account number is printed in the top right corner of your E-Toll transaction statement, and it is also printed on the welcome letter you received when you opened your account.

Where can you buy Etags?

Where can I buy an etag?

  • Checkers, Pick, n Pay and Shoprite at a price of R49.
  • An E-toll Customer Service Outlet, located at a mall or along the Gauteng e-road.
  • By ordering it online at
  • By calling 0800 726 725.

Do we still have to pay Etoll?

Official announcement to be made in the February 2022 Budget once National Treasury agrees on an alternative funding model, says transport minister. The Cabinet has decided to scrap the controversial e-tolls scheme on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP).

Is Etoll legal?

The national treasury, department of transport and Gauteng provincial government agree that motorists are still legally obliged to pay their e-tolls, despite the scheme officially being reconsidered.

What is toll notice number?

1300 883 114
If you have received a Toll Notice for travel on the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Sydney Harbour Tunnel you can pay your Toll Notice online or by calling us on 1300 883 114 (24/7 self-service payment facility) with your credit card, Visa/MasterCard debit card or tag account details.