How do Linkt accounts work?
A Tag account uses an electronic device called a tag to calculate your tolls, and charges these to your account as you travel. If you're a regular traveller, opening a Tag account may help minimise fees and charges.
A Tag account is a pre-paid account, which can be topped up manually or by auto payment from a credit card or bank account.
A Tagless account doesn’t use tag technology. Instead, we charge tolls to your account by taking a photo of your licence plate number as you pass through a toll point, and checking it against the vehicles registered to your account. We charge a vehicle matching fee to do this. If you only travel occasionally, a Tagless account is a convenient option.
A Tagless account is a post-paid account that auto debits your linked credit card once a day after you've travelled.
A Commercial account includes advanced features designed to help fleet managers track toll charges. These features make it easy to get itemised financial data and analyse your expenses.
Having a Commercial account also means getting monthly tax invoices and paying your fees and charges in arrears.
Toll charges are the same whether you have a Commercial, Tag or Tagless account. However, a Commercial account has different account admin fees.
All of our accounts let you set up auto payments. As long as your payment details remain valid, and you've added all your vehicles to your account with their licence plate numbers, you're covered for travel on all Australian toll roads, including all toll roads in Sydney.
What account or pass should I get?
Watch this short video to find out which Linkt product may be right for you.