Infrequent Gauteng e-road usersPlease note that the Day Passes are only available for Class A1 and A2 motor vehicles i.e. motorcycles and light vehicles.
Infrequent e-road Users can pay their toll fees by registering an e-toll Account and by providing the vehicle licence plate number, procuring an e-tag, or by purchasing A Day Pass.
A Day Pass for Occasional Users:
Should a road user not have registered an e-toll Account, or purchased A Day Pass, before making use of the Gauteng e-road, the road user can pay for the toll transactions within a seven day grace period, by registering an e-toll Account through an e-toll Customer Service Outlet or by contacting the Call Centre on 0800 SANRAL (726 725) or by clicking here.
Non-SA vehiclesVehicles not registered in South Africa that travel in or through Gauteng are encouraged to register an e-toll Account for easy online payment of e-toll fees. For information on how to register click here
If you have not registered an e-toll Account or do not have A Day Pass, you will need to pay for your e-toll usage within seven days after using e-roads. Failure to pay the toll fee within seven days means discounts will be forfeited and that enforcement actions may be instituted.
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