Thursday, 27 May 2021

If this happens at the toll plaza, you will not have to pay tax: the government has announced new guidelines

If there are more than 100 meters long lines at the toll plaza, toll will not be levied unless the distance is up to 100 meters.

NHAI announces new guidelines

Not on toll plazas with lines longer than 100 meters

Toll tax has to be paid

As far as a distance of 100 meters

The NHAI on Wednesday issued a guideline in this regard, with a maximum waiting time of 10 seconds for each vehicle at peak hours at the toll plaza. So that motorists do not spend more time at the toll plaza.

Toll tax not to be paid if lines exceed 100 meters According to the guideline issued by NHAI, drivers do not have to wait at most toll plazas after Fastag has become mandatory.

Vehicle lines do not take up to 100 meters but if for some reason the vehicle lines at the toll plaza exceed 100 meters, toll will not be levied from the vehicles until the distance is 100 meters. For this, thin colored lines will be drawn on each toll plaza. Which will be the responsibility of the toll operator.

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Fastag made mandatory

The NHAI has made all tolls cashless by mandating Fastag from February 2021. In NHAI's toll plazas, 96 per cent and other toll plazas are collecting 99 per cent faster. This system has been designed with future Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) in mind. There remains a complete social distance between the fast tag driver and the toll worker. NHAI strives for safe, comfortable and jam-free travel on the NH. Currently, fast tags have become mandatory at about 752 toll plazas. There are about 575 NHAIs in it.

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