Motorists without an Easytrip RFID sticker can still apply for a tag at authorized installation sites as the country's major expressways push for contactless transactions during the pandemic.
In the latter half of 2020, motorists raced to get stickers before all tollways went completely cashless. Though many have signed up to get one, some are yet to get a tag for their vehicle.
The Easytrip RFID tag can be used at the following Metro Pacific Tollways expressways:
- North Luzon Expressway (NLEX)
- Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX)
- Cavite–Laguna Expressway (CALAX)
- Manila–Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX)
Planning to apply for one? Here's what you need to know.
Make sure it's legit
Easytrip RFID tags are available only at legitimate installation sites and RFID roadshow events posted on official Easytrip Services Corporation social media pages. Tags are not available on online sites or e-commerce platforms.
Purchase from unauthorized platforms or resellers will void warranty.
The RFID sticker itself is free—you only have to pay for the initial load, which you can use at toll booths.
No vehicle, no installation
Bring your car or vehicle. Even if your requirements are complete and you're on time, personnel will not attach a sticker if you do not bring your vehicle. They should be wearing their ID and uniform.
An Acknowledgement Official Reciept will be issued, signed with the personnel's full name and your Easytrip account number.
Everything is authorized
Only authorized and trained installers can stick the tag on your vehicle's windshield or headlight.
Here's how to get an Easytrip RFID:
Via booked appointment
Class 1 customers can book an appointment via the Orras website. Select an installation site and schedule. Take note that rebookings and cancellations are not allowed so double-check your chosen date and time.
Register your details and wait for verification. Take a screenshot or print this out.
Be at the installation site within the hour of your schedule. Late arrival will forfeit your slot.
On the day of your appointment, present the verification to the Easytrip personnel.
You can go to the nearest installation site accepting walk-ins. Customers are required to wear face masks and shields at all times, and observe proper social distancing. For forms, it's best to bring your own pen.
While some sites are open 24/7, some sites are open on specific days and times. Some sites only accept appointments, while some accept walk-ins. Check out the schedule and list of sites below.
NLEX and SCTEX
C5 Link and CALAX
For more information, visit the Easytrip website.