The NSW Government is reducing the cost of living for frequent toll road users, with Toll Relief.
Toll Relief provides free vehicle registration for drivers who have spent $1300 or more on tolls in the previous financial year (an average of $25 a week).
In addition, from 1 July 2019, drivers who've spent $780 or more during the previous financial year (an average of $15 a week), will be eligible for half-price registration. The NSW Government is backdating toll spend from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019, so more drivers can benefit from the new lower Toll Relief qualifying spend.
To qualify for a vehicle's free or half-price registration, Toll Relief will be calculated on the toll spend of all eligible vehicles that are linked to one toll account.
If you meet the eligibility requirements, you'll be entitled to either one free 12-month rego or one half-price 12-month rego (from 1 July), for one car, ute, 4WD or motorcycle.
To ensure you receive your free or half-price rego, visit your toll provider and check your contact details are up to date. Add your private use vehicle licence plates to your toll provider account and remove the licence plates of vehicles you no longer own.
Remember to link your toll account to your MyServiceNSW Account. This way you can track how much you've spent on tolls, and how close you are to qualifying for free or half-price rego, via your MyServiceNSW Account dashboard.
When you get your registration renewal in the mail, visit Renew a vehicle registration and start the renewal process. If you're eligible, you'll automatically be notified to apply for your free or half-price registration (from 1 July 2019) during the process.
Note: If you've already renewed your rego and believe you're eligible for Toll Relief, you may be able to apply for reimbursement.Renew your rego