Toll-free on three Thai expressways on Dec 5, 10

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) announced on Friday (Dec 3) that three expressways under its administration would be opened for free use on Dec 5 and 10, to facilitate travel during public holidays of King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great’s birthday (and National Father’s Day) and Constitution Day, respectively.

From 1am until midnight of said dates, vehicles can zip through any toll booths of the Chalerm Maha Nakhon, Sirat and Udon Ratthaya expressways free of charge.

Exat also urged people to use Easy Pass system to pay for toll fees instead of cash or coins to limit the physical contact, which could spread the Covid-19 virus and other germs.

Easy Pass can be easily topped up using Exat Portal mobile application, which can also check for available balance and latest promotions.

Exat also offers an application called Exat Traffic for those who require roadside assistance on the expressway. For more information, contact call centre 1543.

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