Toll Tax Hiked From April 1 Your Road Trip Became Costlier Without FASTag You Will Have To Pay Double Toll Tax

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With the rising prices of petrol and diesel, the government has given another blow to the people of inflation. Today i.e. from April 1, 2022, the government has also increased the toll tax on the National Highway (NHAI). The decision of the government to increase the toll tax has been implemented from 12 o’clock on Friday night itself. This will have a direct impact on the transportation of goods and the car riders who usually travel from one city to another. Now people are facing double whammy of inflation because earlier the price of petrol and diesel increased and now the increased prices of toll tax has made the journey of the people more expensive. It is worth noting that from today, there has been an increase of about 10 to 12 percent in toll tax.

so much extra burden on your pocket
Let us tell you that those who used to deposit Rs 765 as toll on every month pass (for 40 people), they will now deposit Rs 875. In such a situation, daily commuters will have to pay an extra burden of about Rs 110. The decision to increase the toll of NHAI has been taken on the increasing cost of maintenance of toll and the request of toll companies. According to a report published in a media house, the Director of NHAI, while giving information about this, has said that people will now have to pay more toll on the highway connecting to Delhi. Now people will have to pay about 10 rupees more toll. At the same time, the biggest impact of increasing the toll will be on big vehicles, in which an increase of about Rs 65 has been made. All these rates have come into effect from 12 o’clock on March 31.

Those without FASTag will suffer big loss
It is worth noting that people whose vehicles have not yet been fitted with FASTag will now be charged more toll. Vehicles without FASTag will now be charged double the toll than before. If earlier 200 toll was being charged from any vehicle without FASTag. Now a toll of Rs 400 will be charged from that vehicle. If you have not yet installed FASTag in your vehicle, then get this work done as soon as possible. Otherwise you may suffer a big loss. Get this work done by visiting any FASTag center near your home today.

What is FASTag?
FASTag is a type of electronic toll collection technology in which a vehicle is identified using radio frequency identification. As soon as the vehicle passes through the toll plaza, then your toll is paid through the FASTag on the vehicle. Your FASTag works through a prepaid recharge. You will get the information about the deduction of money through SMS on the mobile. In case of over recharge in FASTag, you can easily recharge this FASTag through Google Pay, Debit Card and Credit Card, PhonePe etc.

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