An M-Tag can make your trips easier and more convenient if you frequently use the motorway.
The National Highway Authority (NHA) developed M-Tag to let drivers pass through toll booths without stopping. This speeds up and simplifies both the toll collection process and the traffic flow.
This article will walk you through the quick procedure of requesting an M-Tag, both in person and online.
Step 1: Find a Local Booth
Find a physical booth in your area to start the M-Tag application process. Usually, these booths are placed close to significant toll plazas and service areas.
Step 2: Required Documents
Make sure you have a copy of your vehicle’s registration certificate and your original CNIC on hand. Your application cannot be processed if these are missing.
Step 3: Complete the Form
When you arrive at the booth, accurately complete the application by including your contact information, vehicle information, and personal information.
Step 5: Send in your documents
Send the booth attendant your completed form and the necessary documentation. They will examine your application and check the supplied data.
Step 6: Receive M-Tag
You will receive an M-Tag after your application is accepted. It will be attached to your windshield by the attendant, and you can then enjoy cashless toll collection.
The NHA One Network smartphone app allows you to update the balance or check its status.
Users can easily check their balance, travel history, account, and vehicle information as well as manage their M-tag accounts. Additionally, users of the application receive official notifications about fog and detours from the National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP).
The Lahore High Court (LHC) decided that all vehicles using the M-2 motorway between Lahore and Islamabad must display a M-tag around the end of 2021. By December 7, 2021, the government had put the new regulation into effect.
The court also mandated that the NHMP ensure that all vehicles comply. The court instructed NHMP to direct untagged vehicles to GT Road.