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How to Set an Easytrip RFID Appointment to Avoid Lines

Here's a hack.
by Arianne Merez
Nov 9, 2020

Motorists who have yet to register for the Easytrip RFID can now book an appointment online to skip the long lines at the installation site.

The online appointment can secure motorists a slot at any of the following Easytrip stations, its operator said Monday:


  • NLEX Drive & Dine, Canumay West, Valenzuela


  • CALAX Greenfield Mamplasan
  • CAVITEX Paranaque Plaza Nortbound
  • CAVITEX Paranaque Plaza Southbound
  • C5 South Link Westbound
  • Shell Pamplona, Alabang-Zapote Rd., Las Pinas City
  • Shell Panapaan, Bacoor, Cavite
  • Shell Real 2, Aguinaldo Highway, Imus, Cavite

A no appointment, no installation policy will be strictly implemented in the mentioned sites. For areas not listed, motorists can still apply for Easytrip RDIF onsite.

Below is a step-by-step guide on how to book an appointment online:

  1. Set an appointment thru the ORAS website or by scanning the QR code below.
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  1. Choose an installation site and schedule.
  2. Register your details. Save the verification.
  3. Be at the installation site within the hour of your schedule.
  4. Present the code to the Easytrip personnel on-site.

EasyTrip RFID handles toll collections along NLEX, SCTEX, CAVITEX, and CALAX. 

Starting December, cashless toll collection will strictly be implemented in north and south Luzon expressways.


How to Register Online for AutoSweep RFID

RFID Requirement at Toll Gates Moved to Dec. 1

The Do's and Don'ts of RFID Tollway Stickers

Fast and Cashless: Where to Load Your EasyTrip RFID Online


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