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You Can Still Get AutoSweep RFID Stickers At These 156 Installation Sites

Still don't have one yet?
by Clara Rosales
Jan 6, 2021
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

A total of 156 AutoSweep RFID installation sites are still accommodating motorists to ensure fully cashless toll collection at San Miguel Corp expressways by Jan. 11, its president said Monday.

"I'm happy to report to the public that we also reached our target 156 Autosweep RFID installation stations, last Dec. 29," said SMC president and chief operating officer Ramon Ang.

The AutoSweep tag can be used for the following expressways:

  • Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) Tollway
  • South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) Skyway
  • NAIA Expressway (NAIX)
  • Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX)
  • The Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX)

Last November, motorists complained about long lines at installation sites, with appointments running past the deadline. Ang hoped that the increased number of touchpoints all over the country would help motorists get their stickers minus the hassle.


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"We want to reiterate that our installation activities will continue even after Jan. 11. There is no need to panic and rush to the stations. We will retain our installation activities and even expand programs to reach villages and barangays," Ang said.

These 156 AutoSweep RFID sticker installation stationsa are still serving motorists:

from San Miguel Corporation
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