Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has started rolling out the automated Tag payment system on the N4 Toll Route. The initiative will be rolled out in phases, with a pilot phase for selected tag holders having already started during January 2017.
All the South African-based plazas on the TRAC N4 Toll Route – which runs from the Solomon Mahlangu off ramp to the Port of Maputo in Mozambique – will participate in the initial implementation phase until 28 February 2017.
Automated Tag payment is an additional toll payment method for motorists who have SANRAL tags fitted in their vehicles. However, there are currently no dedicated lanes for electronic tag payments and all existing payment methods will continue to be accepted at TRAC’s South African-based plazas, with all lanes continuing to be manned by toll collectors.
Other payment options available on the TRAC N4 toll road are as follows:
Class 1: Cash, Credit Card, garage/petrocard, fleet card, TRAC concession card
Class 2-4: Cash, fleet card, TRAC concession card.
Road users are reminded that debit cards, Diners Club, American Express and all other International Cards are not accepted methods of payment for any class of vehicle on the N4 Toll Route.
The automated Tag payment pilot phase is effective at the following mainline and ramp plazas on the N4 Toll Route: Diamond Hill Mainline Plaza; Middelburg Mainline Plaza; Machado Mainline Plaza; Nkomazi Mainline Plaza; Donkerhoek Ramp; Cullinan Ramp; Valtaki Ramp; and Ekandustria Ramp.
For more information on the automated Tag payment system visit www.nra.co.za or contact the Sanral Call Centre on 0800 726 725. You can also contact the TRAC 24-hour helpdesk via email at email@example.com or on 0800 87 22 64.