Check your outstanding e-toll bill online

The Sanral website allows users to check any registration number’s e-toll bill without the need to register

December 5, 2013
e-toll

The Sanral e-toll portal allows anyone to view the total outstanding toll fees owed by any vehicle of which they have the registration number.

When the URL of the Sanral e-toll portal to check outstanding fees is loaded for the first time, users are redirected to Customer Login page.

However, by simply reloading the page the user gets taken to a “Payment of toll fees for unregistered users” page from which any vehicle’s outstanding toll fees can be checked.

URL to check outstanding e-toll fees

https://www.sanral.co.za/e-toll/portal/PayTollFeesUnregisteredUsers.aspx

Sanral’s call centre confirmed that this is an official service provided to road users to check their outstanding e-toll balance.

E-toll balance checking

E-toll balance checking

More on e-tolls

Gauteng road users woke up to e-tolls

E-tag sales encouraging: transport department

Where does the toll money go?

Y-toll – you get home quicker

Tags: e-Toll, Headline, Sanral

Free Email Newsletter:
Subscribe

Shutterstock is the image partner of MyBroadband – technology images can be found here

Join the conversation

Connect with MyBB

twitterfacebookandroidappleblackberrynewsletterfeed

Poll

Have you ever lied on your CV?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

More News

Hitchhiking robot reaches destination

Robot eye

A chatty robot with an LED-lit smiley face sent hitchhiking across Canada as part of a social experiment has reached its final destination

EBay considers PayPal spinoff

PayPal

EBay Inc is considering a spinoff of PayPal, its fast-growing payments unit, as soon as next year, tech news website The Information reported, citing sources

Siemens wins $862 million wind turbine contract

Wind Turbine

German engineering giant Siemens said Thursday it had won a contract worth 650 million euros ($862 million) to supply wind turbines to Norwegian power groups Statoil and Statkraft

Cannibalism website killer in court

court sued legal law

The trial of a German police officer accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists starts on Friday in the eastern city of Dresden

Free MyBroadband Newsletter:
Subscribe
X
bool(true)