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NHAI takes steps to ensure waiting time should not be more than 10 seconds per vehicle at toll plazas

In order to ensure smooth and quick passage of vehicles at the toll plazas, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has issued guidelines to ensure service time of not more than 10 seconds per vehicle even during peak hours at the toll plazas on the National Highways. The new guidelines will also ensure seamless flow …

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Be Alert: Fastag Data has been Integrated with E-Way Bill System to Track the Movement

The Press Information Bureau has published that “Recently, the Fastag data has been integrated with the e-way bill system. On a daily average, 24 Lakh Fastag transactions from 826 toll plazas, related to commercial vehicles are exchanged between NPCI/NHA and NIC systems. These details will help the GST officers to track the movement of e-waybills using the new analytical reports.”

FASTag Declared Mandatory from Midnight of February 15. Violators to Pay Double Fees

Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has decided that all lanes in the fee plazas on National Highways shall be declared as “FASTag lane of the fee plaza” w.e.f midnight of 15th/16th February 2021. Therefore, as per NH Fee Rules 2008, any vehicle not fitted with FASTag or vehicle without valid, functional FASTagentering into the FASTag lane of the fee plaza shall pay a fee equivalent to two times of the fee applicable to that category.

extended the deadline for Fastag to February 15, 2021

Government extended the deadline for Fastag to February 15, 2021

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has extended the deadline for mandatory use of Fastag to collect toll charges on highways. The deadline for collecting toll charges from Fastag has been extended from February 1, 2021 to February 15, 2021. After February 15, the government will take cash payment on all toll plazas …

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FASTags

FASTags to be mandatory for all four wheelers from 1st
January, 2021

Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a notification making FASTags mandatory for all four wheel vehicles from 1st January 2021. This will apply to old vehicles as well as M and N category of motor vehicles sold before 1st December, 2017. As per Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, the FASTag had been made …

FASTags to be mandatory for all four wheelers from 1st
January, 2021
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