Toll relief programs

Eligible motorists can claim for money spent on tolls:

  • $60 weekly toll cap rebate (personal customers only), and
  • 40% toll relief rebate (personal customers and sole traders).

Before you can claim the 40% rebate or the $60 weekly toll cap, you need to link your toll account to your MyServiceNSW Account

Toll relief – $60 weekly cap

Eligible motorists that spend between $60 and $400 on tolls a week can claim a rebate each quarter.

Personal customers

2024 calendar year

  • claim a rebate of up to $340 a week for each tag and licence plate number
  • for personal trips in a vehicle registered for private use.

Toll relief – 40% rebate

Eligible motorists can claim a 40% rebate for money spent on tolls in the 2022-23 financial year and 2023-24 financial year.

Personal customers

2022-23 financial year

  • claim up to $750 if you spent more than $375 on tolls this year
  • claims close 30 June 2024.

2023-24 financial year

  • claim up to $802 if you spend more than $402 on tolls this year
  • claims close 30 June 2025.

You can also claim the $60 weekly cap.

Information about important dates, eligibility, how to claim and where to get help is in the common questions.

Sole traders

2022-23 financial year

  • claim up to $1,500 if you spent more than $375 on tolls this year
  • claims close 30 June 2024.

2023-24 financial year

  • claim up to $1,605 if you spend more than $402 on tolls this year
  • claims close 30 June 2025.

Sole traders who have personal and/or business toll accounts can find more information in the common questions

Last updated: 9 April 2024

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