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Toll relief is on the way for drivers across our state with the NSW Government’s Toll Relief Rebate Scheme open for applications from 24 January.

Treasurer Matt Kean said under the new and improved toll relief initiative, around half a million drivers will be able to claim 40 percent of their toll spend up to $750 a year.

“The new Toll Relief Rebate Scheme will start putting money back into drivers’ bank accounts once they spend $375 a year on tolls,” Mr Kean said.

“We’ve more than doubled the number of drivers eligible for toll relief and for the first time, pensioners will be able to claim a rebate while still receiving free car registration.”

Minister for Metropolitan Roads Natalie Ward said the new toll relief scheme will make travelling more affordable particularly for those in West and South West Sydney. 

“Drivers from Casula to Liverpool, Rouse Hill and Campbelltown will be the big winners, but everyone across New South Wales will have the chance to cash in on the new Toll Relief Rebate Scheme,” Mrs Ward said. 

“This is about putting more cash into the pockets of hardworking NSW families at a time when they are feeling the pinch from cost of living pressures.

“We’re making sure everyone gets the chance to use our world class motorway network which saves families precious time, gets tradies to more jobs and creates a safer journey for all.”

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Victor Dominello said the new scheme will be administered through Service NSW and payments would start flowing into bank accounts within days. 

“This is just one of 70 cost of living rebates on offer from the NSW Government, which is adding money to household budgets across the state,” Mr Dominello said. 

“Eligible customers can log into their Service NSW account, link to their toll account before lodging their toll relief rebate claim. And there will always be the option to go into, or call, a Service NSW Centre for assistance. Claims will then be paid directly into their nominated bank account. 

“Start the New Year right by boosting your household budget through Service NSW. You can assess your eligibility for the rebates by using the Savings Finder tool or booking an appointment with a Saving Specialist.” 

Rebates will be backdated to 1 July 2022 and payments will start to flow from within days of applications being received.

For more details visit Toll Relief Rebate Scheme FAQs.

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