In a previous story, we covered all the basics about reloading Autosweep RFIDs. This time, we’re going to discuss how to reload Easytrip RFIDs.
Easytrip tags are used along all expressways under the Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC), namely: the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), Cavite-Manila Expressway (Cavitex), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), and Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX).
Now, let’s get right to it. Here’s everything you need to know about reloading Easytrip RFIDs.
1) Over-the-counter payments at reloading and installation sites
Just like with Autosweep, Easytrip RFIDs can be reloaded at several stations situated along the major tollways via over-the-counter payments. Check out the list below for all the locations across all expressways:
- Balintawak Customer Service Center (NB)
- Valenzuela Customer Service Center (NB)
- Petron Marilao (NB)
- Shell Balagtas (NB)
- Petron Lakeshore (NB)
- San Fernando Customer Service Center (NB)
- Total SFEX 1 (NB)
- Seaoil SCTEX (NB)
- PTT SCTEX (SB)
- TOTAL SFEX 2 (SB)
- Tabang Customer Service Center (SB)
- Petron Balagtas (SB)
- NLEX Drive & Dine (SB)
- Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation CSC NB (ambulant)
- Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation CSC SB (ambulant)
- Kawit NB Toll Plaza
C5 South Link Stations
- C5 CSC
- CALAX CSC
2) Over-the-counter payments at other reloading centers
Reloading can also be done at various malls and establishments, as well as through different payment centers and kiosks. Refer to the list below for more details:
3) Online transactions
You can reload your account through the Easytrip website using any Visa, MasterCard, or Bancnet card. You can also top up via bank transfer or through an online payment method. To know which banks you can pay through and which online payments are accepted, read on below:
Available bank transfers
Accepted online payments
- Smart Money
As we mentioned before, we only have a few weeks to go before the Department of Transportation’s order for expressways to completely shift to cashless transactions takes effect, so take note. If you haven’t secured both Easytrip and Autosweep RFIDs for your cars yet, you should definitely do so soon.
NOTE: This article was updated on May 3, 2021.